The beauty hero lurking at the back of your kitchen cupboard.
Coconut oil has long been hailed by many a foodie as a tasty butter substitute and Gwyneth Paltrow believes we should use
'If it's safe to eat, it's generally safe to apply.'
Gwyneth Paltrow believes when it comes to lubricant, we should be using edible goods - such as coconut oil and almond oil
If it's your thing, use coconut oil to take off your makeup but leave it the f*ck out of your smoothies. Have you heard that coconut oil has a higher smoke point than other oils and therefore generates less free radicals when heated up? Yeah, that's BS too. If you must use it in cooking, use the least amount possible. Capisce?
I've mostly been eating the Paleo way for four years now, which means that my diet is free of all grains, not just gluten, refined sugar, and I have a limited dairy intake.
These pumpkin gnocchi are so moreish and simple to make. They start off a little tedious but once you get the hang of them, they really are quick to have ready. I've been making this at least once a week since I started having it...
Although these came about by mistake, they turned out to be a great healthy snack. If you're looking for something simple to make that still tastes delicious (and happens to be good for you!) try them out for yourself.
Coconut oil still reigns supreme in the beauty world as a multipurpose miracle, but did you know it also makes a pretty amazing
It is believed that this simple practice can help to rid the body of toxins, improve dental health and hygiene, and has been thought to cure and prevent a variety of illnesses, diseases, and hormonal disorders.