Friday, August 21, 2009

freee coconut oil

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE BENEFITS OF COCONUT OIL- which i ironically (its true) was JUST researching 4 or 5 days before bc i bought my 1st jar of coconut oil and its "unrefined" and idk what the diff is bc there were 2 jars they both appeared to have same ingredients but one jar of coconut oil was for hair and skin (one i got which actually stinks) and the one that was for cooking and consumption .so i was TRYTING (and i never did fig it out either) to fig that out and i came across this website coconut research or some shit- and according to this - this is like the new miracle stuff- supposedly cure everything. so i was shocked and amazed to say the least but today i found this sweepstakes (ironic ain't it) giving away coconut oil and it doesn't appear to have very many entries yet and that is GOOD BC that means your odds are so much better... also if anyone can answer this for me.. y in the world is it that oil such as olive oil- or coconuts- i thought only animals produced fat- fruit and vegetables aren't supposed to be fatty- wheres this oil in them. if you break open a coconut is oil floating on top on the inside? no, BC people drink them. if there was il in olives, then wouldn't it get hard on top of olive jar in fridge (float on top of vinegar??) oh lemme guess its been extracted. the olives in a jar claim to have absolutely no nutritional content besides sodium. basically. so how is it that olive oil is so good for you? and how do they go about extracting these oils we use? that's an amazing thought Ive never considered till the other day. canola oil is supposedly form corn but it corn had oil in it it would cook out on the sun- as would olives just fry outside while growing right? idk maybe i should watch a little more discovery channel!!!

Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil Review and Giveaway

"I've had the opportunity to try Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil and all I can say is WOW. I really love it's versatility. It has a very slight coconut scent and taste, but you don't really taste the coconut. I have used it in cooking, as a treatment on my hair and as a bath and body oil. It has become my bath oil of choice. A little goes a long way, I use 1/2 teaspoon of oil in my bath. It soaks into my skin fairly quickly and I love how my skin feels.

The French Toast made with the coconut oil turned out great as did the popcorn. We have used it for other cooking needs with success. One of the few things I don't care to use it for is salad dressings... the flavor of the dressing was very good, but I don't want to take the time to bring the dressing to room temperature before use. Coconut oil is a solid below about 76 degrees.

To learn more about Tropical Traditions, watch the video How We Discovered Virgin Coconut Oil - An Interview with Brian Shilhavy, CEO Tropical Traditions

I also received the book Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people’s lives and how it can change yours! by Brian and Marianita Shilhavy. The book has many testimonials from people who have successfully used Virgin Coconut Oil for it's health benefits. Virgin Coconut Oil has very high levels of medium chain fatty acids and also contain lauric acid. The book also contains many recipes.

Now on to my first giveaway! Thanks to Tropical Traditions you have a chance to win a quart of Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil to try for yourself! To enter:

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