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17-05-2015

Fifteen Benefits From Coco Palm.

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Be it the daily cuisine or beauty regimens, coco palms - over they years - have served humankind like no other plant or fruit on Earth. Despite its magnanimity or generosity, it still doesn't always gets the credit it rightfully deserves. Coco palm – coconut – Cocos nucifera, comes under the Arecaceae palm family and is found in abundance throughout the tropics and subtropics part of the world. The coconut is gluten-free, hypoallergenic, non-toxic, and contains no trans-fats. It is abundant with antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and antiviral properties, which support the immune system functions in the human body. Fifteen Benefits from Coco PalmThough many misconceptions such as ‘cholesterol-packed food,’ ‘artery clogging’ are still in existence, numerous studies have been proving them wrong over the years. These studies have also highlighted the benefits from coco palm in our day-to-day life.
True to its colloquial name – Tree of Life (i.e.) ‘a tree which gives all that is necessary for living,’ nearly all parts of the coco palm – water, oil, flesh, sugar, milk, and even the outer shell and the coconut husk turn out of some benefit in some way or the other. In fact, there are many medicinal benefits from each part of the coconut. Here’s the list of fifteen benefits from the coco palm:
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1. Coconut Water

It is one of the most refreshing drinks and is composed of vitamins, sugars, minerals, cytokine, amino acids, enzymes, electrolytes and phyto-hormones. Depending upon the size of the coconut, the water content in each fruit may vary from 200 ml to 1000 ml. Fifteen Benefits from Coco Palm 1. Boosts Energy & Improves Digestion: Considered as a potent nutritional source, coconut water is said to enhance energy and endurance, and improve a person’s performance. The cytokinin content in coconut water has significant anti-aging, anti-thrombotic (anti-clot formation) and anti-carcinogenic effects. The water also has a considerable positive influence on metabolism and digestion, as it is composed of natural enzymes (bio-active) such as catalase, acid phosphatase, diastase, dehydrogenase, RNA-polymerases, peroxidase, etc.
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