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Going Loco for the Coco!

Going Loco for the Coco! So many amazing products come from coconuts. Coconut water, coconut oil, activated charcoal, the list goes on! We love adding a teaspoon of coconut oil/butter to our smoothies  and making our Fat Buring Lemonade  with Coconut Water for extra hydration this summer! Have you tried it yet? • • • Some fun Facts :   Coco for the Loco  : the name coconut is derived from 16th century Portuguese sailors who thought the 3 small holes on the coconut shell looked like the human face so dubbed the fruit “coco” meaning “grinning face, or grin” The Coconut fruit is a drupe not a nut. Other drupes include peaches, plums, and cherries. Coconut water is also gaining popularity as a sports drink as it contains good levels of sugars, dietary fiber, proteins, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Coconut water can be a substitute for blood plasma. The high level of sugar and other salts make it possible to add the water to the bloodstream, similar to how an IV solution works in modern medicine. Coconut water was known to be used during World War II in tropical areas for emergency transfusions. Coconut milk is not the same as coconut water. Coconut milk has a high fat content of around 17%, but is low in sugars. It is frequently added to curries and other savoury dishes. Coconut cream can also be created from the milk. The white, fleshy part of the coconut seed is called coconut meat. It has high amounts of Manganese, Potassium, and Copper. The meat is used fresh or dried in cooking, especially in confections and desserts such as... read more

One Body One Life® HolistiGreens Mega-Blend Smoothie

One Body One Life® HolistiGreens Mega-Blend Smoothie . . . • 12 oz. of water • 1/3 to 1/2 frozen peeled avocado • 2 big handfuls of fresh spinach or a cup of frozen spinach • Single Serving of HolistiGreens buy here • 1 stalk of celery chopped • 1/2 lemon, squeezed . . . You can substitute coconut water for the water and add a tsp of coconut butter (extra good fats). Also… de-stemmed kale for spinach. You can also experiment with the amount of liquid used for your desired consistency. Add ice for a thicker “smoothie-like consistency”. Note: Frozen, peeled avocado is awesome! Just peel and store it in your freezer. . . . FUN FACT : . . . Avocados are a natural fat, which can help you lose fat while satisfying and curbing sugar cravings. Avocados will also add a wonderful texture and consistency to your shake. . . . Enjoy! . . . One Body One... read more





    HEALTHY VERSION OF THE STARBUCKS COOL LIME REFRESHER You may be wondering how to keep cool and energized this summer and this version of the Starbucks Cool Lime Refresher should do it!  Its yummy, refreshing and energizing and adds a little burn thru out your day.  Its also low in calories as we have taken the high sugar out of it.  Ready to go workout with this healthy version? • 2 cups of filtered water • 1 cup of freshly squeezed lime juice • ¼ cup fresh mint leaves, finely chopped • ¾ cup cucumber, peeled and chopped • 3 Read more →


    HAPPY WORLD OCEANS DAY! . Share some facts, have a voice on the matter, together we can make WAVES OF POSITIVE CHANGE!   DID YOU KNOW… . . 💧in the last decade we have produced more plastic than during the whole of the last century / history of the universe.. . 💧8 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean each year which is 90% of all waste in the sea.. . 💧an increasing 800 marine species are faced with extinction due to the threat of entanglement, pollution and ingestion.. . 💧We could wrap the earth in a thin Read more →

  • The First 30 Days, what can people expect to face in the first month?
    The First 30 Days, what can people expect to face in the first month?

    A little snippet and insight from Gregory Joujon-Roche, 2007 – such an inspirational guide!   Q: What can people expect to face in the first month?   GREGORY JOUJON-ROCHE, 2007: Week One : You’re full of optimism, new information, new feelings in your body, and you’re using new muscles, following a new eating regimen. You’re starting to see some results. Life hasn’t taken over your schedule yet – you’ve postposed parties, business dinners, and other commitments. Week Two : You’re doing…okay. Clothes fit a bit better already, but the nutrition aspect is hard to maintain because social obligations creep in. Read more →