The story of Lil' Puddin' & how coconuts love your body

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We open fresh young Thai coconuts to make this delectable item. Coconuts are beauty food!

A 1-cup serving of raw coconut has over 7 grams of dietary fiber per serving (the average daily fiber recommendation is between 21 and 38 grams per day for adults, with the higher amount suggested for men). Dietary fiber helps with digestion, allowing waste to more easily pass through your system. Coconut meat is rich in medium-chain fatty acids that are better absorbed than saturated fat from animal product. These kinds of fats are used by the body for fuel, not broken down and absorbed like other saturated fats. Fresh coconut meat is also high in antioxidants, making it a very healing source of food. The fresh water in the coconut has one of the highest source of electrolytes (which are responsible for keeping the body hydrated properly so the nerves & muscles can function appropriately). Coconut water (fresh) is low in calories, sugars, and carbohydrates, and almost entirely fat-free. The coconut meat inside of the coconut contains proteins, various essential vitamins & minerals, and also helps to restore oxidative tissue damage. There is a lot of misinformation out there around coconuts in regards to saturated fats. Don’t believe everything you read and hear, do your own research. The plant based life is the healthy life. Why rely on western medicine, pharmaceuticals, and basically being dumbed down by poisonous toxins when you can have the real deal, it can taste delicious, heal what ails, and satisfy you all at once? 🤷🏽‍♂️ #getwise #lilpuddin