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Miranda Kerr Uses Coconut Oil As Part Of A Balanced Blood Type Diet

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Victoria’s Secret Model, Earth Hour 2011 global ambassador, wife of Orlando Bloom and now mother (impressive resume eh?) Miranda Kerr has revealed coconut oil as one of the secrets to shiny hair and radiant complexion.

The eco-super model follows the “Blood Type Diet,” which advises you on how to eat for your specific blood type. Says Kerr, “I am a blood type A, and more often than not I eat specifically for my blood type. I also eat low GI, high alkaline foods, drink filtered water and eat mostly fresh produce and very little meat.” Kerr also takes supplements to ensure she receives maximum nutrition, and gets her four tablespoons of coconut oil every day, either putting it in cooked foods, on salads, or in cups of green tea.

You may also remember Livia Firth’s encounter with health expert Jessa Blades not too long ago, where she also swore by coconut oil — not only for consumption, but as a face wash as well. Looks like everyone’s coconuts for the stuff! (sorry)

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