An excellent way to add not only flavour to your food but also protein and iodine.
Coconut has a wide variety of uses. It can be used for baking, topping and fillers.
Dried coconut is one of the best ways to obtain coconut nutrients. Fresh coconuts have a very short shelf life and are often old by the time they reach their destination. Dried coconut has all of the same nutrients and there is no possibility of it being spoiled. The nutrients in coconut are often figured using a standard of one hundred grams, even though that is far more than you would consume in one sitting. For instance, 100 grams of dried coconut contains a total of 660 calories. Of these, there are 65 grams of fat (57 grams saturated), no cholesterol, 37 mg of sodium, 24 gm of carbohydrates (of which 16 gm is dietary fiber), 543 mg of potassium, and 7 gm of each protein and sugar.
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