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The Amazing Coco Plum

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Coco Plums

Coco plums are truly amazing because of what they have to offer. In my last article on coco plums, we looked at the advantages of having this plant as a part of your garden feature.

You can check it out here ( growing coco plums). In this article, we will be looking at the healthy side of coco plums and how they can benefit us.

What I love about nature is that nature is considered to be our Pharmacy and not just our pharmacy but using what is available to bring heal naturally. That means no side effects only pure natural goodness.

Cocoplum health benefits

Here are a few health benefits of the cocoplum plant that I am sure will have you buzzing with excitement.

1. Adding cocoplums to your diet can improve heart health.

2. Coco plums have antioxidants that help to rid the body of free radicals.

3. Can Improve kidney health.

4. It is good for the gallbladder.

5. It can aid in weight loss.

6. It improves eye health.

7. Improves blood.

8. It helps to reduce the risk of stroke.

9. Improves skin.

10. Fight against macular degeneration.

Cocoplum Vitamins

Coco plums contain Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin k, Iron, Calcium, Potassium, Protein, Dietary fiber, Copper, beta-carotene.

This small fruit can really pack a BIG PUNCH and help to maintain our health in so many ways.

The final word

This is nature at its best providing us with all this natural goodness to keep us healthy and happy. Give it a try, you will be so glad that you did.


  1. Brendon says:

    I never realized that Coco Plums had so many health benefits. I have been moving to a better way of eating. Going organic and all natural in my diet.
    I guess I will now have to add the Coco Plum to my shopping list.
    I had already know of the benefits of the coconut, is the coco plum in the same family of fruits?
    That may be way they are both so healthy!
    Thanks for the info!

    1. Norman says:

      Hello Brendon so good to meet you and I am so happy that I could help. The question that you are asking is a good question. Coco plums and the Coconut belongs to the seem family of Drupes along with mango, cherry, nectar, dates, peach and so on. I hope this help. Have a good day.

  2. Monica Bouteiller says:

    Interesting, I had heard of Coco plum from some friends and very glad I read this article. I’m quite impressed that it has so many health benefits. I live in Canada and winters can be harsh… I really would love to grow this. Any idea how I can do this?

    I see it is rich in vitamins and have a friend who has macular degeneration. I’ll certainly let her know about your article.

    Ya… nature at it’s finest… much better than ingesting chemicals.

    1. Norman says:

      Hello Monica so nice to meet you and I am so happy that I could help, it is really amazing what coco plums can do so small but full of so much vitamins. What you can do is consider growing a few in containers and moving them around when it gets really cold. Here is a post that you can take a look at and feel free to have a look around on my website because there are other articles that I am sure will help you with this project. Please let me know how it goes and wishing you the best of garden success.


  3. Mary Coyne says:

    My row of coco plum plants have really started to grow. They are producing lost a of plums. Are they reall safe to eat?

  4. i really love coco plums so much that i truly believe that nobody have pick and eaten as much coco plums this season like me.i am still eating them although they are not plentiful now. i did not know until this year the many nutriention benefit that coco plums have and now that i know i will have even a greater love for this fruit knowing that it can bring great improve on my health . i will also tell others the many health benefits that thi fruit contains so people could have an awareness and a appreciation for coco plum like i do.

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