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GIVEAWAY: Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil! (US/CAN) -CLOSED-


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Have you tried cooking with Coconut Oil?  I really like using it because it smells like I'm on vacation and I don't worry about using it with high temperatures.   I also use it as a moisturizer for my face, hair, and hands.  Tropical Traditions does not mass product this oil.  It is made by families who are coconut farmers using traditional methods from the Philippines.  It always feels better supporting companies that support communities.   The coconut trees and producers are also certified organic.

From Tropical Traditions:
Virgin Coconut Oil is a food, and is one of the best cooking oils you can use. It has been a staple cooking oil for thousands of years in tropical climates. As a cooking oil, its chemical structure is kept in tact and therefore is resistant to mutations of fatty acid chains even when used in higher cooking temperatures, unlike most vegetable oils. Research shows that the medium chain fatty acids found in coconut oil boosts the body’s metabolism, raises body temperatures, and helps provide greater energy which can lead to weight loss. For hundreds of tasty recipes from people who use coconut oil, visit FreeCoconutRecipes.com.


You can get a complimentary Virgin Coconut Oil Book by with any online order through their referral program.  When you make an order, choose "referred by a friend" and enter 7494085 and the book will be added for FREE to your order.

Tropical Traditions is giving away a Quart of Virgin Coconut Oil!  Open to US and Canada only.

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Giveaway will end Tuesday May 3rd at Midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.   All information gathered for the giveaway will be discarded when over. Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

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