Thursday, April 29, 2010

Healthiest Oil On Earth



Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (EVCO) is an amazing product that you can find in any health food store. We use it for a plethora of things: cooking, diaper rash cream (cloth diaper safe), face and body moisturizer, and even as a deep conditioning treatment for my hair.
The oil is more solid during the winter and melts to liquid in the hotter months. The light smell of coconut is refreshing, and beachy. Plus it has a unique form of saturated fat that actually helps prevent stroke, heart disease, and hardening of the arteries. If you're not sold yet, you will be shortly... EVCO contains medium chain fatty acids that also speed up the body’s metabolism, burning more calories and promoting weight loss. Bottom line, you have to try this product or you'll be missing the benefits of the healthiest oil on earth.















7 comments:

Natalie said...

I'm all over it! I love the smell of coconut, but I will admit, I didn't know it had all of those uses. Thank you for the info - I'm definitely going to get some. Moisturizer and conditioner and diaper rash cream all in one? What more could you ask for?!

The Mayor! said...

Oooooo! I'll have to try that! Coconut is one of those scents that puts you in a tropical, happy place! Hope you'll join in the Crazy Town version of FF....blog your fave funny of the week, be it an email, tweet, story, video, & come by to Mr Linky it in our Friday Funny! I'm looking to share the laughs for the Friday blog hops! :-D

Jennifer Gideon said...

I now CANNOT wait to score some of this Coconut oil! Thanks for the post / recommendation!!

jayayceeblog said...

I've never even heard of EVCO - it'd be great to walk around smelling like a pina colada all day long!

Check out my blog post today at http://jayayceeblog.blogspot.com/ -- there's a little something for you on there. :-)

Heather @ Gerber Days said...

Absolutely going to try this!

Thanks!

Alison Yariger said...

I have heard you talk about this before! I need to give it a try!

~Melody @ 6 Feet Over~ said...

I've never heard of this...totally going to have to try it. Do you ever use it instead of other oils in recipes?

~melody~

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