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Kourtney Kardashian's coconut obsession

Published 01/05/2014

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian describes coconuts as a "magical fruit".

The 35-year-old reality star regularly posts her beauty and diet tips on her blog for follows to indulge in. Her latest upload is all about the tropical fruit and all the positive effects it has on the body.

"I eat coconuts all the time and I use coconut oil every day. Not only do I love the smell and the taste of coconut, this magical fruit has so many health benefits!" she gushed to readers. "It boosts your metabolism, aids in weight loss, supports immunity, stops sugar cravings, and best of all – hydrates and makes skin stronger, preventing wrinkles and sagging!"

Kourtney continued to share other ways she incorporates the hairy treat into her life. As well as relying on it to boost her appearance, the raven-haired beauty also likes to whip up a tasty desert with them.

"I love to make coconut pudding for a little sweet treat, I also use the oil as a hair mask and I use coconut oil as body lotion every day! It makes my skin and hair so smooth and soft," she added.

Just a few days ago the mom-of-two wrote a post on one of her favourite food product companies, Mylkman. The brand are known for using fresh ingredients such as raw organic almonds and Kourtney's favourite fruit, coconuts.

"Mylkman is an amazing company that makes and delivers almond mylk to your door. I love the service because they don’t use any additives or sweeteners, they’re dairy, soy and gluten-free, vegan and completely non-GMO," she recommended.

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