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General Nutrition Center
(702) 293-7866
1012 Nevada Hwy
Boulder City, NV
 
Longevity Network
(702) 454-7000
451 Mirror Ct Ste 103
Henderson, NV
 
Total Health Express
(702) 914-2364
2654 W Horizon Ridge Parkwa
Henderson, NV
 
So Simple Nutrition
(702) 434-8222
Henderson, NV
 
Pure Essence Labs
(702) 990-7400
1999 Whitney Mesa Dr
Henderson, NV
 
Health Nuts
(702) 293-1844
1635 Nevada Hwy
Boulder City, NV
 
Pharmanex
(702) 565-3900
1274 Crimson Sage Ave
Henderson, NV
 
Whole Foods
(702) 361-8183
100 S Green Valley Pkwy
Henderson, NV
 
Bodywise Consultant
(702) 565-3900
1274 Crimson Sage Ave
Henderson, NV
 
Wild Oats Natural Marketplace
(702) 458-9427
517 N Stephanie St
Henderson, NV
 

Coconut: Craze or Credible!

Coconut: Craze or Credible!

Posted by Staff (07/15/2010 @ 10:48 pm)

The Chicago Tribune has done some research on the Coconut Craze .

Liz Applegate, director of sports nutrition at the University of California-Davis, thinks coconut water is fine to drink for hydration ? if you like the taste.

Applegate takes issue with some of the health endorsements including weight loss and heart health claims.

It would be nice to see this kind of scrutiny given to all nutritional claims made by big business:

Most of these sites that promote and sell coconut oil originate from coconut-producing countries, including India, Indonesia and the Philippines.

Instead of research studies, you’ll find articles written by coconut oil advocates ? including Mary Enig, vice president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, a controversial organization that is critical of “traditional diets” and extols the benefits of saturated fat.

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