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coconut oil


Life is too short for an unhealthy lifestyle. Small changes in life can make a massive difference to your health and well-being. Using Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil is one of them. Never tried? Here is why you should!

Three is the magic number. Kidding…we are too lazy to write all the benefits, that’s all.

Extra Virgin Organic Coconut can……….

1) Manage type 2 diabetes, A recent study by the Garvan Institute of Medical Research found that coconut oil protects against insulin resistance, reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes.

2) Increase your energy expenditure, helping you to burn more fat. With international obesity numbers on the rise, this could provide an answer to get you on the right path to the weight loss.

3) Slows fine lines, Coconut is not just for your cooking – it’s a wonderfully hydrating treat for skin too. It keeps the skin’s connective tissues strong, which prevents sagging and wrinkles.

We like all things coconut so here is a story about the great nut:

True Story told by Dr. T. Jared Bunch/everydayhealth





Sri Lankan’s Eat an Average of  120 Coconuts a Year Per Person

In Sri Lanka, isolated populations of people called Veddas or “forest people” largely live in protected forests. They observe a lifestyle similar to what would have been encountered thousands of years ago. Their diets largely consist of coconuts, fruits, yams, and occasional game shot with bows and arrows. The only constants in their diets are coconuts, which do not have seasonal variation, and the game they hunt. As a consequence, most of their dietary fat comes from coconuts, and to a lesser extent animals.


In a study of 207 Veddas, of which 39 percent smoked, only 3.8 percent developed high blood pressure. More importantly, after a number of cardiac tests were performed on Vedda patients, not one case of heart disease was found. It’s also important to consider that these people live a life that is not sedentary, which also is very heart-healthy. Despite this, the lack of identifiable heart disease amongst the Veddas is truly remarkable, particularly when I consider the community in which I live, where almost every family is effected by heart disease in some way.


Even in the general Sri Lankan population, where the average person eats approximately 120 coconuts per year, heart disease is relatively uncommon (1 person out of 100,000 dies of heart disease each year). In comparison Americans suffer 1.5 million heart attacks and strokes each year.

Now you want to know what you can do with Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil, EVOCO?

The question should be what can’t you do with Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil?

There is a short answer, you can do ‘a lot.’ Hence the reason why Sri Lankans call it the ‘Tree of Life.’  That  just about sums it up.

However, we will give you the long answer too. Coconut oil can make you feel good both inside and out. It’s an oil you can consume as food or use it for skin and hair care. Its as versatile as an oil can get in this world.

What to eat healthy? Here is an example of how coconut oil is used for cooking by master chefs around the word:

Note. Kim could find an appropriate example

Want to look beautiful? Here is an example of how you can coconufy yourself using beauty products made from coconut oil:

Where to buy our amazing EVOCO?

After lot of delegations at Imperial Ceylon, we have agreed to tell everyone that secret. You wouldn’t know the truth behind it until you open the box!


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