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Coconut Water Identical To Blood Plasma

We started on fresh young coconuts this year.

They are amazingly delicious – store them in the fridge.

Lots of videos on youtube on how to open them.

For a refreshing drink, we drink the juice and eat the meat.

To cook, we blend the meat and juice and mix with curry paste.

My morning smoothie after hubby makes his Dr Tom Wu’s smoothie is to add juice and meat of one fresh young coconut to other fruits.

A case of nine FRESH YOUNG COCONUTS costs around $8-9 in Chinatown. (These are already partly husked – the outer green shells have been peeled, so you see the inner creamy shells.  The BROWN FIBROUS COCONUTS are hacked open and used only for the milk.)

CoconutYoung

I use a knife to peel away the top husk, then plunge with a cleaver around the top and it comes away like  a lid.

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http://www.youngcoconuts.com/benefits.html

“COCONUTS BENEFITS
coconuty.jpg (36581 bytes)by Jeremy Safron

  • The coconut is one of the greatest gifts of this planet.
  • Coconuts are a prehistoric plant which can survive many months floating at sea.
  • The coconut is a natural water filter that takes almost 9 months to filter each liter of water. The water travels through many fibers being purified where it is stored away STERILE in the nut itself.
  • This coconut water is pure clear and is one of the highest sources of electrolytes known to man.
  • Coconut water is identical to human blood plasma which makes it the universal donor. Plasma makes up 55% of human blood. By drinking coconuts we give ourselves a instant blood transfusion.
  • Many peoples lives have been saved in 3rd world countries by the coconut IV.
  • Coconuts in their young stage of growth are the most health enhancing.
  • Drink at least one a day (I drink 5 or 6).
  • Coconuts are a great blood purifier.”
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August 23, 2009 - Posted by | DIY Health

2 Comments »

  1. Thanks a lot for the tips, and I also read the article about the oils, thanks a lot

    *hatsoff*

    Comment by Alhamdolillah | August 24, 2009 | Reply

    • Thanks for the note. Very much appreciated.

      Comment by notochemo | August 24, 2009 | Reply


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