Back to Homepage

*Coconut Oil - Unique & Healthy

Coconut oil finds extensive use in food, toiletry and industrial sectors because of its unique characteristics. The numerous qualities of coconut oil reported are:

  • Oil of natural origin

  • Edible in raw form

  • Saturated and stable

  • Pleasing flavour

  • Light colour

  • Pleasant aroma

  • Biodegradable

  • High resistance to oxidative rancidity

  • Sharp melting behaviour

  • Narrow temperature range of melting

  • Skin friendly oil

  • Effective heat transfer agent in frying

  • Better shelf life for fried product

  • Contributes to palatability

  • Ideal for deep frying

  • Ideal confectionery fat

  • Provides moisture barrier and imparts high gloss for bakery items in spray oil use

  • Carrier and protective agent for fat soluble vitamins

  • Low viscosity

  • Superior baby oil

  • Oldest and most widely used cosmetic raw material

  • Contains 91 per cent assimilable glycerides

  • Maximum glycerine content

  • Easily saponifiable even in cold

  • Good emollient on skin, skull and hair

  • Gives softness and suppleness to skin on regular massaging

  • Spreads easily on the skin when used as massage oil

  • Excellent base for hair oil

  • Provides gloss to hair

  • Germicidal and antimicrobial property

  • Lowers evaporative loss of water from skin

  • Protects skin from heat

  • Ready penetration into the skin and appreciable water absorbing property

  • Nourishes the hair roots and provides coolness to the body

  • Imparts hardness and lathering property to soaps

  • Illuminant and lubricant

  • Does not leave a smoky flame if used in open lamps

  • Only slight changes on hydrogenation

  • Blends well with other oils

  • Easily hydrolyses

  • Highest saponification value and lowest iodine value

  • Potential fatty raw material in chemical industry due to its biodegradable nature

  • Excellent fat source in the preparation of filled milk and infant food formulae

  • Essential for the manufacture of toilet soaps, shaving cream, liquid soaps, 
    natural shampoo and other cosmetics

  • Desirable emulsifying property

  • No harmful effects due to reheating

  • Can be converted into diesel fuel

  • Essential ingredient in ghee substitutes

  • Contains fatty acid derivatives such as monoglycerides, fatty esters, polyol esters, fatty ethanolamide, ethoxylates, polysorbates and betaines

  • Contains fatty alcohol derivatives such as fatty chlorides, fatty alcohol sulphate and fatty alcohol ether sulphate.

 

Nutritional / Medicinal

  • Does not contain cholesterol (All vegetable oils does not contain cholesterol, but animal fats contain cholesterol eg: cow milk, butter, ghee, curd, non-veg foods, etc.)

  • Easy digestibility and absorbability

  • Ideal energy source in baby foods

  • Contains Vitamin E

  • Composed mainly of short and Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA) or Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) which have desirable qualities and functions

  • Reduced fat accumulation in body

  • Easily oxidized and therefore a preferred energy source

  • Requires no transport system to absorb, digest and metabolize

  • Very low content of Omega 6 fatty acid

  • Helps maintain healthy ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acids when consumed as a part of diet

  • Rich content of lauric acid, the source of disease fighting fatty acid derivative monolaurin

  • Contains 6-8 per cent monounsaturated oleic acid

  • Inhibitory effect against certain chemical carcinogens

  • Superior antigenotoxic activity.

  • Coconut oil aids faster absorption of calcium and thereby strengthens bones and teeth.

  • The saturated fats in coconut oil have antimicrobial properties. Hence, coconut oil is highly effective against microbes that cause indigestion.

  • Coconut oil also helps in the absorption of vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

Studies undertaken by the Biochemistry Department, 
University of Kerala showed that coconut oil:

  • Does not elevate blood total cholesterol 

  • Increases blood HDL cholesterol

  • Consumed along with coconut kernel lowers blood cholesterol

  • Does not elevate LDL cholesterol or LDL cholesterol / HDL cholesterol ratio

  • Decreases serum triglycerides.

Why is coconut oil your weapon to fight Cholesterol?

  • It is composed mainly of medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) or medium chain triglycerides (MCT) that are burned almost immediately to produce energy for the body.

  • They are not converted into body fat or cholesterol to the degree other fats are.

  • Coconut oil, has low polyunsaturated fatty acid, is very stable and resistant to oxidation.

  • This makes it excellent cooking oil, thereby protecting our cells against damage.

  • Since coconut oil is naturally saturated (>90%), it does not need hydrogenation, thereby considerably reducing the chances of high blood cholesterol and high low density lipoproteins (LDL).

  • On the other hand, it helps retain high-density lipoproteins (HDL) - the good cholesterol.

  • A diet that consists of coconut oil with its MCTs (Medium Chain Triglycerides) ensures higher energy levels, a rise in metabolism and consequently, reduced body weight.

  • Coconut oil is effective in reducing body fat and lowering weight because it contains fewer calories than any other fat.

  • Coconut oil possesses a distinct short and medium chain fatty acid composition.

  • Over 70% of the saturated fatty acids present in coconut oil are short and medium chain containing less than 12 carbon atoms.

  • The medium chain fatty acids account for 63.5% of the total fatty acids.

  • The Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) undergo a faster and more complete digestion in the stomach and upper small intestine than the Long Chain Triglycerides (LCTs).

  • The products of MCT hydrolysis are absorbed into the intestinal cells almost as fast as glucose and are carried directly to the liver.

  • The LCTs on the other hand, undergo a slow process of digestion and the products of digestion are then transported to the liver via the lymphatics and systemic circulation.

  • Consequently, the LCTs are distributed systematically to all parts of the body before reaching the liver.

  • LCTs are therefore, more prone to be deposited as fat in the peripheral tissues or fat depots than the short and medium chain fatty acids.

SATURATED FAT - with a difference

  • Coconut oil is a saturated fat from plant origin and cannot be equated with saturated fat from animal sources.

  • Coconut oil is healthy because it is predominantly comprised of MCFAs or MCTs, which are readily metabolised in the body and converted to energy instantaneously.

  • Coconut oil being a naturally saturated oil does not contain any trans fat.

  • Saturated fats are classified into two primary categories (1) long chain fats and (2) short and medium chain fats.

  • Medium chain fats in coconut oil are similar to fats in mothers' milk.

  • Thus, despite the fact that saturated fats are harmful, those present in coconut oil are in a league of their own.

  • Lauric acid, prominent among the MCFAs present in coconut oil has qualities similar to mother's milk.

  • When lauric acid enters human body it gets converted to monolaurin, an immunity enhancing compound.

Good for Diabetics

  • Coconut oil with its MCTs, put less of a demand on the enzyme production of the pancreas.

  • This lessens the stress on the pancreas during meal time when insulin is produced most heavily, thus allowing the organ to function efficiently.\

  • Coconut oil improves the secretion of insulin thus controlling blood sugar.

  • It also helps in effective utilization of blood glucose.

*Virgin Coconut oil

Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) is extracted from fresh coconut milk obtained from mature kernel (12 months old from pollination) of coconut by mechanical or natural means, with or without the application of heat, which does not lead to alteration of the nature of the oil. VCO can be consumed in its natural state without the need for further processing. Hence, VCO does not undergo chemical refining, bleaching or deodorizing. Virgin coconut oil is colorless, free of sediment and has natural fresh coconut scent. It is free from rancid odor or taste. Virgin coconut oil consists mainly of medium chain fatty acids. The fatty acids in virgin coconut oil are distinct from animal fats which mainly consist of long chain saturated fatty acids.
Virgin coconut oil consists mainly of medium chain fatty acids. The most important medium chain fatty acid found in VCO is lauric acid. It constitutes 48 % of VCO. Lauric acid possess powerful anti microbial properties capable of destroying disease causing bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites. Researches show that the presence of medium chain fatty acids in mother’s milk is the primary ingredient that protects new born infants from infections for the first few months of their life, while their immune system is still developing. Dr.Jon J Kabara, Ph.D of Michigan State University and Consultant, USA has done pioneered studies on the antimicrobial properties of fatty acids in the 1980s. Two of his most important conclusions are that lauric acid is the most active antimicrobial fatty acid and that monolaurin is the most effective antimicrobial compound that can be derived from coco chemicals. According to him, medium chain fats in coconut oil are similar to fats in mother’s milk and have similar nutriceutical benefits. VCO has considerable potential for therapeutic uses such as antimicrobial, anti-HIV/AIDS drug, for anti-cancer therapy and for the treatment of Alzhiemer’s disease.
VCO is the best possible remedy to various skin ailments. Ms. Vermen M Verallo Rowell, Founder and program Director of VMV Skin Research Center + Clinic (VSRC), Philippine has told that since year 2000, VCO was used at VSRC for patients with dry and often microbially colonized psoriasis, acne, atopic, contact dermatitis and rosacea lesion.VCO is the best skin care solution for babies. Free from all chemical formulations and assures good protection to the baby skin.
Study by Department of Nutrition, University of Indonesia reveals that VCO also helps to improve blood glucose and lipid profile of type 2 diabetics, due to its readiness to provide energy to body cells.
 

 *Essential Composition and Quality factors of VCO as per APCC

  Parameters  
1 Moisture (%) Max 0.1
2 Matters Volatile at 1200 C (%) Max 0.2
3 Free Fatty Acid (%) Max 0.2
4 Peroxide Value meq/kg Max 3
5 Relative density 0.915 – 0.920
6 Refractive index at 400 C 1.4480 – 1.4492
7 Insoluble impurities per cent by mass Max 0.05
8 Saponification Value 250 – 260 min
9 Iodine Value 4.1 -11
10 Unsaponifiable matter % by mass, max 0.2 - 0.5
11 Specific gravity at 30 deg./30 deg. C 0.915 – 0.920
12 Polenske Value, min 13
13 Total Plate Count < 0.5
14 Color Water clean
15 Odor and Taste Natural fresh coconut scent,
free of sediment, free from
rancid odor and taste

Virgin Coconut oil: Mother of all oils

  • Virgin coconut oil (VCO) is abundant in vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants, thus making it the 'mother of all oils'.

  • Extracted from fresh coconut kernel without any chemical processes, it is the purest form of coconut oil, water white in colour..

  • Virgin coconut oil is a major source of Lauric Acid and Vitamin E.

  • The virgin coconut oil is free from trans fatty acid, high in medium chain fats (MCFA) or medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) known as lauric acid, which is identical to special group of fats found in human breast milk.

  • VCO is widely consumed as MCT oil for weight loss treatment, etc.

  • MCT's are more easily and rapidly digested than other types of fats, as they require lower amounts of enzymes and bile acids for intestinal absorption.

  • MCT's are metabolized very quickly in the liver and are reported to encourage an increase in energy expenditure, while decreasing fat storage.

  • Numerous studies suggest that substituting MCT Oil for other fats in a healthy diet may therefore help to support healthy weight and body composition.

  • High quality of this oil makes it an ideal massage oil for babies and also for skin and hair applications. 

  • It protects the skin from infections caused by bacteria, viruses and fungi, prevents dandruff and hair loss.

  • It even eases muscular pain.

  • Supplement your body with antioxidants. Antioxidant is your body's natural defense against free radicals.

  • It prevents the chain reaction of free radicals and mars sagging and unsightly wrinkles.

  • Rich in Vitamin C and Vitamin E, virgin coconut oil slows down the ageing process and assures the best of life and  beauty to your skin.

  • It also helps in the absorption of fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K.

*Coconut Kernel

  • Coconut kernel is nutritious and rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals

  • Coconut is a natural anti-bacterial and anti-viral food.

  • You can get the benefit of coconut fibre by eating fresh or dried coconut and adding coconut to recipes.

  • A multitude of studies have demonstrated that dietary fibre protects against heart attacks and strokes.

  • Diet rich in coconut kernel prevent digestive disorders and it regulates bowel activity.

  • It restores thyroid functions and increases the metabolic rate.

  • Coconut flour is the residue obtained after extraction of milk from kernel. It is dried, defatted and finely ground into a powder resembling wheat flour.

  • Coconut flour is low in indigestible carbohydrate and high in fibre (61%).

What the Tradition says

The property of an oil follows the source from which it is extracted.

Coconut fruit belongs to the sweet group. Sweet is creative of Kapha and which acts against Vata and Pitta

Regarding the properties of the fruits of the sweet group, Vagbhata says "They are builders, heavy and cooling. They are with sweet taste and in post digestion also sweet. They are unctuous but a bit holding up of bowels; good to release burning sensation, to heal lesions and hurts due to accidents, etc. It clears bloods and subsides Pitta (the heat). It promotes Kapha and semen (improves sexual potency)"

"Coconut fruit is agreeable to heart", says Gunapadom, a Kerala text.

  TOP

*Download

Newsletter on Coconut and coconut oil - COCONUT INSIGHTS - Vol 1

Health Benefits of Coconut Oil - Articles appeared on Coconut Journal

English Articles

Malayalam Articles

  TOP

Health Benefits of Coconut - Other Links


Times of India 29-9-12


CBN News Website


News.Health.com 26-9-12

 


Health Cafe July 12


Health Cafe July 12


Health Cafe July 12

 


Health Cafe July 12


Health Cafe July 12


Health Cafe July 12

 


Health Cafe July 12

Health Goes strong.com 30-4-13


GreenMedInfo.com 21-1-13

 


Underground Health Reporter website

Underground Health Reporter website


Coconut oil.com website

 


Underground Health Reporter website


Cocomunity 4-12


Healthy Ways Newsletter website

 


SBWire website


The Hindu Daily 8-2-12


Directory of Open Access Journals org

 


Healthimpactnews.com website


Healthy Ways Newsletter


Coconutnews.ning.com website

 


Antioxidants for health


Natural News.com website

Coconut Research Centre Website

 

Medind.nic.in website

Care2.com website

Cookycoconuts.com website

 

Cocoscience.com website

Coconut Research Centre Website

APCC website

 

chefwendellfowler.blogspot.in Website


Home Remedies Web

Health impact news daily website

 


Yahoo Lifestyle Website

Mailonline.com Website


CSPIBNet.org

 


Expertscolumn website


Mumbai Mirror 12-1-12
 
Coconutoil.com  website

 


Tagza.com website


Coconut oil.com website

hybridrastamama website

 


Coconutoilcooking.com 23-4-12


Organic facts website

Mendosa.com website

 


Inside Cosmeceuticals website 26-4-12

gahungercoalition.org 

Derby City Naturals.com

 


Eco Childs Play 15-6-12

Health & Wellness Concepts website

SBWire website 10-5-12

 


Go Dairy Free website


Chieftain.com 13-6-12

Philly.com 13-6-12

 


Deccan Herald 6-6-12


Natural News.com

Livestrong.com

 


HuffPost Healthy Living - 15-6-12


Fashion.ie 31-7-12

Guardian Media 17-6-12

 


The Candida Diet.com


One Green Planet Website

Business Line 11-7-12

 


Diets in Review website July-2012


Kansas City Website 18-7-12

auburnpub.com 25-7-12

 


Courier-journal.com 25-7-12


Borneo Post Online 6-8-12

Positive Med

 


Petside.com 10-8-12

Mother Nature Network 8-8-12

Go Dairy Free website

 


Big Rigs.com 15-8-12


Beauty Salon Aug 12

Huffington Post - Kitchen Daily 16-8-12

 


Lifestyle.Inquirer.net 21-8-12


Garden Island.com 15-8-12

Tips from the T-list.com  15-8-12

 

GreenMedInfo.com 4-9-12


Care2.com 22-8-12

Boldsky.com 23-8-12

 


Amialcon-mensnewsdaily.com

Times of India 6-9-12


South Asia Mail - 9-9-12

 


Express.co.uk Your Health 6-9-12


Business Line 4-9-12

Sakal Times  4-9-12

 

UPI.com Helath News  6-9-12

My Health Bowl.com 4-9-12


The Indian Express 6-9-12

 

BBC News Health  6-9-12

Madeformums.com 6-9-12


Hindustan Times 6-9-12

 


Dentistry IQ 6-9-12


Top News Arab Emirates 6-9-12

NewsMedical.net 6-9-12

 


Nutra Ingredients 6-9-12


Glamour Health & Diet 6-9-12

India Today 6-9-12

 


EmaxHealth.com 6-9-12


Empowher.com 6-9-12

New York Daily News 6-9-12

 


Medical Daily.com 6-9-12


Boston.com 6-9-12

Natural News.com website

 


Natural News 9-9-12


Huffpost Healthy Living 11-9-12

Times of Oman 19-9-12

 


One Green Planet.org 18-9-12


HuffingtonPost.com 18-9-12

Fitsugar.com 18-9-12

 


Stuff.co.nz 17-9-12


Ahwatukee Foothills News 19-9-12

Au.ibtimes.com 18-9-12

 


Bellasugar.com.au 19-9-12


WWLP.com 19-9-12

Minbcnews.com 18-9-12

 


Times of India 24-8-12


TopNews Arab Emirates 19-9-12

News-Register 12-9-12

 


News.com.au 23-9-12


Body and Soul.com 23-9-12

947freshfm.cbslocal.com 24-9-12

 

IOL Lifestyle 5-10-12


CORDIS News 24-9-12


globalwarming-arclein-blogspot

 


Eating clean recipes website


US National Library of Medicine website

Latino Fox News.com website

 

Ghanaweb.com 16-10-12


One Green Planet 16-10-12


Lankaweb 5-10-12

 

Times of India 15-10-12

Organic lifestyle magazine


Arab Times Online.com

 


The Sun Daily 22-10-12


The Globe and Mail.com - 29-10-12

Times of India - 28-10-12

 


IBN Live website


Current Movie Reviews.com 30-10-12


Deepika - 8-11-12

 


FnBNews


Food & Beverage News - Feb 1-15,12


Food & Beverage News - Feb 1-15,12

 


Care2.com 22-11-12


Babycenter.com 23-11-12

Healthy Ways Newsletter 12-2012

 


Times of India 9-12-12


hertfordshiremercury.co.uk 7-12-12


FoodConsumer.org 7-12-12

 


CBS News 22-1-13

Ahwatukee.com 30-4-13


Huffington Post  3-1-13

 


Thedailymeal.com 22-1-13

Foodbeast.com 18-1-13

CBS News 22-1-13

 


Boldsky.com 27-1-13

Nerdles.com 4-2-13

PRWeb.com 4-2-13

 


FreeMalaysiaTodayNews 20-5-13

Agrinews 24-5-13

Philstar.com 21-5-13

 


Stackfitness.com 16-5-13

Heraldonline.com 16-5-13

Plant Hort-Tech Mar-13

 

Coconutoil.com 5-5-13


Speakingtree.in 8-5-13

SBWire.com 8-5-13

 

Oregonlive.com 1-5-13

DemingHeadlight.com 3-5-13

Guardian News 5-5-13

 

Ahwatukee.com 30-4-13


Jewish Journal.com 1-5-13

Deliciousobcessions.com 25-4-13

 


GMA News 19-4-13

Mirror.co.uk 22-4-13

Stack Fitness.com 20-4-13

 


Manila Business World 10-4-13

Babble.com 18-4-13

TheBreezejmu.org 11-4-13

 


Portland Montlymag.com 10-4-13

Philstar.com 10-4-13

Huliq.com 10-4-13

 


Green Med.Info.com 4-4-13

thereadystore.com 10-4-13

Wellnessmama.com 10-4-13

 


The Guardian 24-2-13

Coconut Research Center.org 28-2-13

Care2.com 28-2-13

 


Stylegoesstrong.com 20-2-13

News.Health.com 20-2-13

Poughkeepsie Journal.com 20-2-13

 


Age of Autism.com 17-2-13

Ghana News Agency 19-2-13

Huliq.com 19-2-13

 

Authority Nutrition


Go Dairy Free 4-2-13

Poststarnews.com 29-5-13
 

The Huffington Post


The New York Times

Herald Sun News - 3-6-13
 

Huffington Post Videos

Tampa Bay Times - 3-6-13

Farmers Advance.com- 6-6-13
 

Health News Florida- 5-6-13

News Talk Florida- 5-6-13

guardianlv.com - 8-6-13
 

Ulster Herald - 7-6-13

Mens Journal - 8-6-13

Huliq.com - 10-6-13
 

Beforeitsnews.com - 24-6-13

Usforacle.com 24-6-13

Guardianlv.com - 18-6-13

 


24medica.com - 26-6-13

Onegreenplanet.org - 21-6-13

New Indian Express.com - 26-6-13

 


Globalnews.com 19-7-13

Greenmedinfo.com 11-7-13

WGNO.com 18-7-13

 


Myfoxtampabay.com 23-7-13

Montereyherald.com 25-7-13

Coconut Oil.com 27-7-13

 


Coconut oil.com  27-7-13

Natural News  27-7-13

Tele-management.ca  27-7-13

 


thesundaily.my 22-8-13

independent.ie 22-8-13

tribune.com.ng 22-8-13

 


Pardaphash.com 28-8-13

24medica.com 23-8-13

The Epoch Times.com  23-8-13

 


celebbabylaundry.com 6-9-13

Made for mums.com 3-9-13

Lakewoodobserver.com 6-9-13

 


Business Inquirer.net 14-9-13

Hivehealthmedia.com 17-9-13

Shine.Yahoo.com 17-9-13

 


Newsinfo.inquirer.net 24-9-13

Lyfestyle.inquirer.net 24-9-13

Outlook Oct-13

 


CTVNews.ca/health 9-10-13

Medical Daily.com 3-10-13

Newswire.com 6-10-13

 


Tallahassee.com 31-10-13

GreenMedInfo.com 28-10-13

GreenMedInfo.com 28-10-13

 


thetowntalk.com 3-12-13

Newsmaxhealth.com 27-11-13

Newsfix.ca 2-12-13

 


Deccan Chronicle 11-12-13

refinery29.com 11-12-13

foodnavigator-usa.com 11-12-13

 


Uk.omg.Yahoo.com  20-12-13

Examiner.com  20-12-13

the Daily Beast.com  26-12-13

 


Mother nature network  26-12-13

brisbanetimes.com  26-12-13

livingwithout.com 26-12-13

 


World einnews.com 8-1-14

Queensland Times 6-1-14

Eastern Panorama.in 9-1-14

 


Healthy Ways Newsletter Vol 6-4

Healthy Ways Newsletter Vol 10-1

Healthy Ways Newsletter Vol 10-3

 


Business Standard 21-1-14

Healthy Ways Newsletter Vol 10-4

Healthy Ways Newsletter Vol 2-2

 


Dailymail.co.uk 5-2-14

Dhanam Feb-14

Todayonline.com 12-3-14

 


cbsnews.com 12-3-14

Yahoo Shine - 12-3-14

Greenmedinfo.com 22-5-14

 


aicr.org 12-6-14

Mathrubhumi  5-6-14

Huffingtonpost Taste 5-6-14

 


LA Times.com 16-7-14

The Hindu 5-7-14

LA Times.com 16-7-14

 


New Indian Express.com 17-7-14

Times of India.com 15-7-14

Times of India 22-7-14

 


Lifehcker.co.in 4-8-14

Centre Daily Times 4-8-14

DigitalJournal.com 5-8--14

 


Independent.co.uk 7-8-14

Huffingtonpost.co.uk 4-8-14

Healthy Ways Newsletter Aug-14

 


abqjournal.com 15-9-14

The epoch times.com 23-8-14

abqjournal.com 15-9-14

 


Deccan Chronicle 7-10-14

Deshabhimani 24-10-2014

Youthhealthmag.com 24-10-2014

 


The Hindu 8-11-2014

The Nation.lk 9-11-2014

Youthhealthmag.com 28-11-2014

 


Mangalam 29-11-2014

Karshakan June-15

Veekshanam 3-1-15

 


CBN News Blog-12-2-15

Business Standard-12-2-15

Standard.co.uk 12-2-15

 


Arab News.com 8-4-15

Arab News 30-4-15

Arab News-3-6-15

 


Star Tribune 12-5-15

The Hindu 27-5-15

scmp.com 24-3-15

 


thealternativedaily.com 1-6-15

New Indian Express 7-12-2014

One Green Planet 7-6-15

 


Arab News 15-6-15

Blogher.com 15-6-15

2paragraphs.com 15-6-15

 


About Nutritionfacts.com 30-6-15

Greatlist.com/health 30-6-15

Mindbodygreen.com 30-6-15

 


HuffingtonPost 30-6-15

Malayala Manorama 29-6-15

MailOnline.com 30-6-15

 


Visualistan.com 30-6-15

Healthyfoodteam.com 16-6-15

BioMedCentral.com 22-7-15

 


draxe.com 4-10-15

Personal Liberty 15-10-15

celestialhealing.com 4-10-15

 


Times of India 15-10-15

Times of India 18-10-15

NewYorkCity Today 11-11-15

 


Homeopathy & You Nov-15

Bel Marra Health 19-11-15

Xpose.ie 19-11-15

 


Bradenton Herald 16-11-15

Healthy Geeks.net 15-12-15

International Business Times 5-1-16

 


Manila Bulletin 6-1-16

Collective-evolution.com 8-1-16

Coconut Researchcenter.org Jan-16

 


Newsmax Health 27-1-16

Indian Coconut Journal Jan 2016

Ecowatch 4-2-16

 


DailyTimes.pk 4-2-16

Collective Evolution.com 17-2-16

Home BT 4-3-16

 


Romper.com 3-3-16

Dental Tribune

Hindawi pub. corp.

 


ejournalofdentistry.com

Nigeria med.jnl.

Food Navigato 4-5-16

 


Coconutresearchcenter.org

Coconutresearchcenter.org

Coconutresearchcenter.org

 


Economic Times 29-5-16

Financial Express 29-5-16

The Nation 11-2-17

 


Times of India 13-2-17

trinaholden.com

Times of India 19-4-17

 


CosmoMagazine.com 18-4-17

newbeauty.com 18-4-17

MailOnline.com 19-4-17

 

 

  TOP

Back to Coconut Products    Products Directory     Project Profile of Coconut Oil      Neera (Coconut inflorescence sap) Articles     

 

 

 

Coconut Producers' Society

Photo Gallery

Media
on coconut

Follow us on Follow us on Twitter

BACK

HOME

Back

Home