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76 Ways To Use Coconut Oil

We’re going a little nuts for coconuts—or its oil, at least. But can you blame us? It turns out that this miracle oil is the solution to many of life’s little (or big!) problems. Whether it’s dry skin, lackluster hair, digestive problems, or athlete’s foot, this smooth, slick, tropical-smelling elixir will help get you and your body back on track to healthy town. And it’s all thanks to its stellar all-natural makeup. Coconut oil’s main fat is lauric acid, a medium chain fatty acid that positively impacts cholesterol levels. It also contains vitamins E and K, and iron, and has both antimicrobial and antifungal properties. [1]

What really takes the (coconut) cake is that it’s super affordable—a 14-ounce jar can cost as little as $7, making it the most wallet-friendly all-in-one product yet. Seriously, it’s a beauty product, household cleaner, and more. Check out these 76 ways to use coconut oil in your day-to-day life.

Read more here.

Via Greatist

Coconut oil my new best friend!

heyfranhey:

Eggs Benedict With Avocado And Roasted Red Pepper
"Ahh, classic Eggs Benedict. A perfect poached egg perched atop a crisp, buttery English muffin. Lemony, creamy Hollandaise sauce smothering the top; a slice of ham or bacon sandwiched somewhere there in the middle.
Wait, what? Cue screeching brake noise. This is a vegetarian blog! Well, good thing! Because today, we’ve got a meatless version of Eggs Benedict that will have you singing the praises of Sunday brunch right along with the meat-eating chorus.”
Recipe here.
Via Oh My Veggies

Eggs benedict must try!
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heyfranhey:

Eggs Benedict With Avocado And Roasted Red Pepper

"Ahh, classic Eggs Benedict. A perfect poached egg perched atop a crisp, buttery English muffin. Lemony, creamy Hollandaise sauce smothering the top; a slice of ham or bacon sandwiched somewhere there in the middle.

Wait, what? Cue screeching brake noise. This is a vegetarian blog! Well, good thing! Because today, we’ve got a meatless version of Eggs Benedict that will have you singing the praises of Sunday brunch right along with the meat-eating chorus.”

Recipe here.

Via Oh My Veggies

Eggs benedict must try!

wholelifenutrition:

Peach Ginger Mint Green Smoothie

This fresh, summery smoothie will quench your thirst and rejuvenate your cells! My ingredients veer a little from the smoothie ingredients we typically use. This one makes use of all of the produce (except ginger) you can find at your your local Farmer’s Market or food co-op right now! Since I have a smoothie recipe for winterspring, and autumn, I thought a summery green smoothie recipe needed to be posted. You can check out our Super Antioxidant Smoothie which does use summer produce (but it’s not green!).

Click here for the recipe

Will try!

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