Coconut Milk Powder

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Healthy Vegetarian Coconut Milk Powder

 

Coconut Milk Powder is one of nature's finest super foods promoting health and vitality. Our formula contains approx. 65% virgin coconut oil that is packed with medium chain fatty acids, omega 3's, and is also a rich source of lauric, caprylic, and capric acids which are known for their anti-viral, anti-microbial, and anti-fungal properties.


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Healthy Coconut Milk Powder

Enerhealth Vegetarian Coconut Milk Powder

Coconut Milk Powder is one of nature's finest super foods promoting health and vitality. Our formula contains approx. 65% virgin coconut oil that is packed with medium chain fatty acids, omega 3's, and is also a rich source of lauric, caprylic, and capric acids which are known for their anti-viral, anti-microbial, and anti-fungal properties. This is a great alternative way to get coconut oil and is delicious in smoothies, food, or by itself constituted in water.

Our Coconut Milk Powder contains no sugar and is great for anyone looking for a sweet treat with no sugar or carbs. Mix it with Enerfood in a green smoothie for a powerpacked nutritious, healthy, and delicious drink.

Size: 14 oz.
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Serving size: 1 Tbsp
Servings per container: 28

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Ingredients:

Coconut Milk Powder, 0.25% Sodium Caseinate (a milk derivative) and .25% Maltodextrin (as emulsifiers)

Allergens: Milk

It is scientifically impossible to have pure 100% Organic Coconut Milk Powder.  As we strive to offer products free of emulsifiers we feel that the benefits of the Coconut Milk Powder outweigh the tiny amounts of emulsifiers in this product.  We are working dilegently in R&D to remedy this situation.

 

Coconut Milk Powder Nutrition Facts


Instructions:

Video: How to Mix Coconut Milk Powder Easily and Effectively

  

 

Video: Coconut Milk Powder Description

 


Are you looking for a healthy dairy alternative? Coconut Milk Powder to the rescue!

What are the benefits of Coconut Oil?

Coconut oil is different from any other oil used in America. All common American oils are made from seeds like soybeans, canola (rapeseeds), almonds, sesame seeds, safflower seeds, sunflower seeds, etc. These seed oils are predominately made of triglycerides containing long chain fatty acids. Once eaten, these long chain fatty acids need to be emulsified by bile salts. (Bile salts are produced by the liver, stored in the gall bladder and dumped into the small intestine as needed for digestion. They are the emulsifying agents that draw the fats into the aqueous food solutions of the intestinal tract where lipase, a digestive enzyme, can work on them. The long chain fatty acids are now broken down into triglycerides made of 14 carbon atoms. This is the standard “energy storage unit” for the body. We call it body fat. All carbohydrates eaten in excess of energy requirements are also converted into these 14 carbon chain triglycerides. They are bound to HDL and LDL in the bloodstream and then transported into storage. 

Since coconut oil contains mostly 8,10,and 12 carbon chain triglycerides (medium chain triglycerides), instead of being digested and traveling in the blood stream it is directly absorbed into the portal vein and goes into the liver without requiring lipase or bile salts for digestion. In the liver, these medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) support the immune system and help to cleanse the body of pathogens, toxins, etc. These supportive actions continue on as the MCTs travel through the lymphatic system to the cells of the body. 

Since the medium chain fatty acids in coconut oil do not travel in the blood stream they have never been shown to contribute to heart disease, provided the oil has not been hydrogenated. People without gall bladders or who cannot digest food well, especially people who cannot digest fats (such as people with cystic fibrosis) can and will thrive on coconut oil. Doctors doing research have known for a long time that the elderly, the invalids and the very young thrive on formulas given them that contain coconut oil. Products like baby formula and Ensure use to be made with coconut oil. Sadly, even these items have fallen victim to the propaganda we have received over the last 50 years.

As the medium chain fatty acids in coconut oil travel throughout the body they are actually anti microbial compounds. For example, Lauric acid, which makes up about 50% of the coconut oil, becomes 2 mono-lauren. 2-mono-lauren dissolves the lipid envelope that protects most pathogenic bacteria and viruses. It also attacks pathogenic yeast and parasites. Lauric acid contained in a human mother's breast milk is the major reason nursing infants have a high resistance to getting sick. Lauric acid in the diet will have the same effect, regardless of age. Its anti microbial properties have been helping people for thousands of years. 

Coconut oil, because it is smaller than the standard storage unit, is burned for energy rather than stored. This tends to increase the body’s metabolism. People with under-active thyroid glands often discover their basal temperature becomes normal from coconut oil use. Elderly Americans and many others with low energy notice they have energy again and a sense of well-being they did not realize they had lost. And, unlike other energy the cell receives, the medium chain fatty acids do not require insulin. Most people in the U.S. have some degree of insulin resistance. Most people as they age, even though they are eating, do not feel they are getting energy from their food. The reason for many people is insulin resistance. The good news is that if a person has coconut oil or coconut products in their diet, the fats will be used as energy and that energy is not dependent on the insulin system working. Therefore, diabetics can get good energy into their cells without insulin and people who take naps, or think they need naps in the middle of the afternoon, have energy again. Low carb dieters, as well, can eat their low carbohydrate meals, but have the energy they would otherwise have received from carbohydrates.

Our Coconut Milk Powder is over 65% Coconut Oil. Coconut Oil is Super Healthy, Immune Boosting & Delicious. Loaded with Medium Chain Fatty Acids that help promote healthy brain function, immune support and vitality. Coconut Oil is loaded with Lauric Acid. 

Coconut Oil Is Burned As Energy Rather Than Fat so it is perfect for kids.  

What is "good fat" and do I need it to survive?

Coconut Milk Powder contains essential fatty acids and these are the GOOD FATS. These fatty acids create and provide energy for our bodies but also have many therapeutic applications as they are Anti-Viral, Anti-Microbial, and Anti-Fungal.

Is Coconut Milk Powder a sugar subsititute?

If you are worried about high levels of sugar, or are trying to cut out sweets, try the Coconut Milk Powder.  With only 1g Carb per serving this is a perfect alternative to curb your sweet cravings.  Coconut milk powder is a great substitute for coffee creamers, or powdered chemicals. Use it for your favorite ethnic cooking like Indian and Thai recipes! Coconut oil has been proven to be extremely beneficial and healthy.

Can Coconut Milk Powder be mixed with Enerfood?

Coconut Milk Powder is a perfect addition to Enerfood. Great for taste and the added benefits of the Coconut oil.  Add to any smoothie to greatly enhance the benefits. Also, Save $$ when you purchase the combo.

Why Does Coconut Milk Powder Contain Sodium Caseinate and Non-Gmo Maltodextrin?

Unfortunately, Coconut Milk Powder does contain these two ingredients.  These are used as emulsifiers and used to turn Coconut Milk into powder.  Currently, IT IS NOT SCIENTIFICALLY POSSIBLE to make Coconut Milk Powder without this process.  Believe us, we would be the first to jump on it.  That said, even though it contains these small amounts of these ingredients the practitioners who we have consulted and who use it daily in their practice feel that the benefits outweigh the negative aspects of these two ingredients.  

Is Coconut Milk Powder Organic?

NO.  It is not scientifically possible for Coconut Milk to be 100% organic as stated above because of the emulsifiers. We are working in R&D to change this fact but so far have been unsuccessful.

Is Coconut Milk Powder Vegan?

NO.  Coconut Milk Powder IS NOT VEGAN! Because it contains Sodium Caseinate which is derived from a milk source.

What is the Best Way to Consume Coconut Milk Powder?

You can add Coconut Milk Powder to virtually anything. If you want to just make Coconut Milk the best thing to do is to use a blender to constitute it and then store it in the fridge. You can add it to smoothies, which is the best with the Enerfood Smoothie.  Also, you can add it to your coffee and/or tea.  If you try to consititute it in Coffee or tea you will have to stir quite well and might still have chunks of powder. This is fine and actually quite delicisous.  

Does Coconut Milk Powder Contain Sugar?

NO. There are no added sugars and/or sweeteners in our Coconut Milk Powder.  In fact there is only 1 carb per serving.

Why Does Coconut Milk Powder Clump in the Jar?

This is the nature of the Coconut oils and is completely normal.  We could add more emulsifiers to the product to eliminate that but doing so would take away from the nature of the product and degrade the quality.  

We like to eat them as little treats that dissolve quite nicely in your mouth.