Choosing the right type of coconut can help you get the most possible health benefits. There is no real nutritional difference between coconut and shattered coconut -- they are all made by the same process, but the spit coconut comes from the big block. However, the choice of sugar free coconut instead of sugar coconut is indeed effective. Sugar free coconut has lower water content, making it a more concentrated source of nutrition, and also contains less unhealthy sugars.
High dietary fiber content
An ounce of dry coconut, sometimes called dry coconut, contains more than 4.5 grams of fiber, which is 18% of the daily value, while the same amount of sweet dried coconut is less than 3 grams. Dietary fiber can make you feel satiated for a long time, which may make weight loss easier. It may also help to limit the risk of high cholesterol, heart disease, some types of cancer, constipation and other digestive problems.
A good source of minerals
The dry coconut with no sugar per ounce contains 38% DV of manganese, 11% DV of copper and a small amount of Fe, Mg, P, K, Zn and se. The sugar content of dried coconut is only 13% manganese content and 6% selenium selenium content per share.
Manganese is an antioxidant that helps prevent damage to your cells and heal wounds. It also plays an important role in metabolism and skeleton development. You need copper. This is another antioxidant. It is used to make red blood cells, form collagen, absorb iron and keep your immune system and nerve function normal.
Potential impact on health
A potential problem of broken coconut is its high fat content, especially its large amount of saturated fat. Each 1 ounce sugar free crushed coconut contains about 18 grams of fat, including 16 grams of saturated fat or 80%DV of saturated fat.
Saturated fat has been associated with increased risk of heart disease and cholesterol. However, the type of saturated fat found in coconuts - known as lauric acid - is different from that found in animal products and may not have the same adverse effects. According to Natalie Digate Muth, a registered dietitian, laurate appears to be a major increase in "good" cholesterol rather than "bad" cholesterol, which makes it different from many other types of saturated fat.
A study published in Lipids in 2009 found that obese women, after eating coconut oil in their diet for 12 weeks, reduced their waistline and had a beneficial change in cholesterol levels after a low calorie diet, rather than the women in the control group who received soy oil, not coconut oil.
Eat more broken coconuts
Although cutting coconut may have some health and nutritional benefits, you still need to eat it in moderation. Its calories are very high. The sugar free type is 185 ounces per ounce, and the sugar is 128 calories per ounce. Baking your coconut can bring your taste, so you don't need to use as many coconuts as you can in every recipe. Add sugar free coconut to baked foods, oatmeal or Curry Recipes, or to make roast chicken or fish dishes instead of some bread crumbs.
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