I’ve been using organic coconut oil for the past 3 years due to reading about its health properties.
Organic Coconut oil differs from all other ‘cooking oils’ as it does not change its molecular structure if cooked on high heat and therefore does not turn rancid.
Consider buying organic coconut oil in glass jars/bottles as toxins from plastic are absorbed into the coconut oil.
After trying different brands of organic coconut oil, which were stored in “food grade” plastic jars, I have finally found an organic coconut oil more superior than the ones that I’ve tried.
100% Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, which is made and packaged in “Papua New Guinea” and can be purchased from the following online stores:
Organics Australia Online : Quote ERINECO in their checkout to receive a 5% discount on your web order. Discount does not apply to shipping fees. Worldwide delivery.
Raw Eden Online at eBay: Worldwide Shipping.
Purity & Aroma
“Niugini Organics” 100% Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is stored in 650 ml and 1000 ml glass jars. The first thing I noticed when I opened the jar was the lovely aroma and the purity of the coconut oil.
After tasting it, my mouth and throat did not ‘burn’ as it had with previous coconut oil brands. The “Niugini Organics” 100% Organic Virgin Coconut Oil has a pleasant taste and is quite smooth to the palate.
Do You Manage A Retreat, Restaurant, Health Shop or Bakery?
“Niugini Organics” 100% Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is a great coconut oil to use in organic foods, gluten free pastries and essene bread too.
Did you know organic coconut oil has the closest structure to your own natural skin oil or sebum?
“Coconut oils are semi-solid naturally, they do not require hydrogenation. Unlike many other vegetable oils, extraction can be done without the use of harsh chemical solvents. These oils have low foaming tendencies when heated, so they do not require the use of anti-foaming agents. Because these oils have high smoke points, they resist polymerization and oxidation.”
Cited from August 2003 issue of Consumers’ Research, vol. 86 no. 8.