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Beauty of coconut

Coconut tree is deservedly called a ,,Tree of life” for its beneficial effects on the health.

Coconut products from Tree of Life hydrates, supports the regeneration and literally fulfills our bodies with minerals, microelements and vitamins.

We are aware of the enormous gift from the nature, we approach the fabrication process with great carefulness and devotion. We produce our products in the most pure form as possible so the high nutrient values, freshness and naturalness stays with them. We don´t use any artificial additives and destructive chemical processes.

That´s why we want to advise you to start using all products SENSE COCO in 100% BIO and ORGANIC quality for your diet. All our products don´t contain any gluten and thanks to the herbal origin are VEGAN. Great taste, pureness and the beauty of coconut products will please all your senses.

Energy value

If we want to safeguard natural weight, we should never get into a situation where we consume much more energy over the long term than our body consumes. The law of conservation of energy speaks clearly: what our body does not consume, it is very likely to save. Assuming that you are naturally active, do sports and do not have a sedentary job, your body's energy requirements are much higher than if you sit in the office all day and lie on the couch in the evening. Although there are worldwide recommendations on how much energy an average healthy man and average healthy woman should eat, we are individual and each has a different metabolism. Ideally, you should be able to determine your own recommended intake of energy. You can use specialized sites to enter your gender, height, weight, age, and physical activity. You will receive an approximate recommended daily intake of energy, at which your body should work optimally and without a deficit.

You may often ask why the nutrition tables show two energy values, both in kilojoules (kJ) and in kilocalories (kcal).

Kilocalories (often called colloquially) have been used before and today their use is declining considerably, kilojoules are a more modern and globally used unit of energy. However, we still encounter both values ​​most often. However, if you encounter a food with only one unit listed, you can easily calculate the other: 1 kcal = 4.2 kJ.

What do the values ​​actually tell me as a layman? If you look at the nutrition table on the product packaging, you can use the following aid (energy values ​​are given per 100 g / 100 ml):

  • < 630 kJ (<150 kcal) = low-energy foods
    This category includes our raw coconut water, which in 100 ml provides (134 kJ/32 kcal).
  • 630 -1470 kJ (150-350 kcal) = food with average energy content
    This category includes our BIO coconut milk, which in 100 g provides 889 kJ / 212 kcal).
  • 1470 - 2310 kJ (350-550 kcal) = high-energy foods
    This category includes our raw coconut flour, which in 100 g provides (1630 kJ/388 kcal).
  • > 2310 kJ (> 550 kcal) = food with maximum energy values
    This group includes mainly nuts, vegetable oils and animal fats such as butter, ghee or lard. In general, these are always mainly foods that are mostly composed of fats. Our raw virgin coconut oil and coconut chips also belong to this category.