It is so easy to make, and nutritious to boot! I buy organic canned coconut for this recipe, as it is the only kind that works best when whipping it up.
What you will need:
Here are just a few of the amazing healing properties of coconut that have been proven very effective in most cases. (I can seriously go on and on about coconut – and I usually do).
- Produces immediate, usable energy source rather than being stored as fat.
- Increases metabolic rate, stabilizes body weight, and controls food cravings.
- Enriches milk supply for breast-feeding women.
- Doesn’t form harmful by-products during cooking when used at high heat.
- Protects against cancers of colon, breast, and digestive tract.
- Improves magnesium and calcium absorption, promoting stronger bones.
- Enhances proper bowel function and lowers incidence of hemorrhoids when oil is consumed.
- Enhances absorption of nutrients and improves digestion.
- Provides a quick energy source and stimulates metabolism.
- Prevents oxidation of fatty acids.
- Relieves and heals intestinal disorders, ulcers, colitis, IBS, and Crohn’s disease.
- Stabilizes blood sugar and insulin production.
- Protects against osteoporosis and reduces problems from cystic fibrosis.
- Enhances pancreatic function, enzyme production and reduces pancreatitis.
- Reduces joint and muscle inflammation, supporting repair of tissues.
- Regulates thyroid function.
- Medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) protect against development of Alzheimer’s disease.
- MCFA strengthen heart and circulatory system protecting against artherosclerosis and heart disease.
- Provides antioxidants to fight free radicals slowing aging and degenerative diseases such as arthritis.
- Relieves symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome.