Dairy-Free Milk? Yes, it is nuts...coconuts!
Milk. Opinions vary, but one thing is for certain—to curate cow’s milk you have to crawl underneath a cow and pull on something. You wanna go first? No, I didn’t think so. There has perhaps never been a better time to take a close look at the benefits of Coconut Milk Powder. That’s right. Coconut. Milk. Powder. It’s got stuff that does a body crazy good, and you don’t have to touch a cow’s underside to get it. Shall I continue? Or would you like to buy it right now by clicking here?
Coconut Milk Powder is made by grating the rich white meat of the coconut, placing that grated meat in a permeable muslin cloth, and using a hydraulic press to bear ruthlessly down on the stuff in the ~540 psi range until liquid is expressed. The liquid is then spray dried using heated air flow until what remains is a fine powder waiting to be reconstituted with a lil’ dab of water. Get some of this stuff into you and watch what happens.
A Medium Chain Triglyceride (just say MCT if those 8 syllables make you want to yell at the family dog) is a marvelous thing. Coconut milk powder's MCT spikes production and activation of the oxygen-binding protein in human blood; yes, our old pal hemoglobin. This added oxygen transport relieves the heart and other organs gasping for more 02.
Coconut milk powder also manages to get optimal oxygen supply to all the lamplit neighborhoods of your expansive (no offense) body, spreading the 02 through the newly tuned-up hemoglobin network to exhausted muscles, tissues and organs. Yes, coconut milk powder does have an oxygenation theme. Hence its use by some athletes to maximize distribution of oxygen while they’re in the throes of some admirably strenuous activity or other.
So. Coconut Milk Powder is less about the tropical concussion delivered by a 3lb falling seed, and more about happy metabolics. Coconut Milk Powder's medium-length carbon chains are taken quickly up by the bod and burned for immediate energy, both physical and mental. Put your pith helmet away. Please.