The recommended daily fibre intake is 24 grams, which is equal to 4 tablespoons of cocopure flour. This can be added to beverages, smoothies, soups or hot cereals. 3-4 Tablespoons of Cocopure flour a day provides 100% Recommended Daily Allowance of fibre.
The Health Benefits of Cocopure Flour
- Gluten free
- Low carb
- High fibre
- Low GI
- Weight loss
- Controls diabetes
- Improves digestion
- Prevents wrinkles
- Reduce blood pressure
- Lower cholesterol
- Protects from heart attack and strokes
- Helps regulate blood sugar and diabetes
- Helps to ease heartburn and indigestion
- Can help reduce the risk of gallstones
- Helps Improve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome
- Ideal for individuals with food allergies
- Economical, only 3 tablespoons makes 8-10 pancakes
- Increases yield of baked products up to 30% (dough weight)
- Coconut flour
- Halaal & Kosher
3 out of 4 people would recommend this product14/06/2018, By SamGreat quality flour22/08/2014, By ClaireCoconut flour is a key ingredient in most of the paleo or primal recipes I have tried (e.g. pancakes and brownies found on the primallyinspired blog).
I haven noticed a strong coconut flavour. It doesn really influence the taste.
Also, most of the recipes I have used only call for 2 tablespoons to be added (half a cup at most), so it does not work out to be too expensive to use.16/05/2014, By KThis flour tastes really nice! You only need a little of it as well so its not expensive. Google some nice coconut flour recipes to get you started. Made a lovely banana loaf with this flour, everybody loved it.21/01/2014, By ShaakiraIt has wrecked the taste of everything Ive put it in, unfortunate... I was really excited about a healthy flour alternative
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