Role of Coconut Water in the growth of human tissue – Part 2

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The first part of the blog series dealt with how Cytokinins play an active role in preventing the degeneration of human cells. Let us expand this further in the concluding part of the blog series. The cells that undergo treatment with Cytokinins look fresh and act like the cells almost half their age. Treated cells do not pass through degenerative changes that untreated cells usually undergo. Cytokinins have been proved in efficacy in the treatment of sagging, wrinkles, age spots and dry skin. It is also efficient is treating sagging skin and wrinkles, the primary reason for breakdown connective tissues and aging of the skin. Connective tissues are responsible for skin elasticity and strength. Cytokinins when applied on the skin topically results in the cell division of connective tissues. Consequently,…
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Role of Coconut Water in the growth of human tissue – Part 1

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Coconut water is known as the “manna from the heaven” as it contains every divine characteristic that man asks for: nutrients, minerals, vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants, phytonutrients, enzymes and growth factors. Coconut water is abundant in selenium, zinc, manganese, boron, sulphur, iodine and molybdenum which are in electrolytic form and assimilated by the human body. Coconut is rich in growth hormone called Cytokinins, a group of hormone that leads to the development, growth and aging of human tissues. Also called anti-aging hormones, Cytokinins result in cell division and hugely impact the rate of aging. Let’s see in detail how Cytokinins play a vital role in fighting the aging process of humans: Normal human cells go through a series of irreversible changes until a certain stage at which they disintegrate and…
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Young Coconut Seasonality: Harvest and Flavour

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Compared to other fruiting trees, young coconuts are unique in that they have the capability to produce young coconuts all throughout the years. However, seasonality can be the single differentiator in terms of coconut tree yield or coconuts produced with time of flavour and harvest. Take Asia for example, there’re only two seasons: dry and rainy. This one difference can have a huge bearing on coconut production levels. The average rainfall can vary from one region to another based on the different seasons. When there is no monsoon failure, abundant rainfall can nourish the tree, producing bigger-sized coconuts with more water content. This means the layers of coconut meat are sweeter and slightly thinner. On the contrary, dry season is characterised by lesser number of coconuts with less water content.…
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