Desiccated Coconut - Shredded, Dried, Unsweetened, No SO2, Bulk - by Food to Live
Health benefits of shredded coconut
Unsweetened coconut contains a low concentration of carbohydrates, but it still has a significant amount of fiber. Since the standard American diet has a low level of fiber, adding dried coconut to your diet as a healthy snack or a baking ingredient will increase the amount of fiber in a diet plan. Since your body needs a certain amount of dietary fiber each day, eating coconut encourages a healthy level of fiber and reduces the complications associated with a low fiber diet.
Dried coconut is also a good source of iron, as well as the immune-boosting mineral zinc.
How to use dried or desiccated coconut
Dried coconut is a healthy option for snacks and part of a meal. Eat a handful of dried coconut between meals to limit hunger or add it to specific food items as an accent to the other flavors. Coconut is also a frequent and flavorful ingredient in many cuisines and can be used as breading or as an elegant decoration on cakes and other baked goods.
Eating a healthy diet requires a few changes to your current habits, mainly if you're trying to reduce specific health risks or improve your existing energy levels. Dried coconut has a high amount of fatty acids and fiber, which help reduce hunger and encourage weight loss over time. Order some today from Food to Live!
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
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