ALOHA's commitment to quality ingredients is what makes us stand out from other brands. Our products contain only the best organic and non-GMO ingredients, such as nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables and proteins that are free from artificial colors or flavors. One of our favorite ingredients to use and source from are coconuts, and all the good stuff derived from them. Our blog today is about why ALOHA loves coconuts, and why you should too!
The Health Benefits of Coconut
Coconut offers numerous other health benefits, such as helping to reduce inflammation, improve digestion, and even boost the immune system. It can also help regulate blood sugar levels and promote weight loss. With its high content of essential vitamins and minerals, it’s no wonder that coconut is becoming an increasingly popular addition to any healthy plant-based protein diet.
Coconut is also a great source of protein, with one serving containing up to 7 grams of protein. Coconut protein drinks and coconut protein bars are becoming increasingly popular among those looking for a healthier alternative to traditional protein sources.
What is Coconut Protein Good For?
Coconut protein can help you maintain healthy weight, reduce inflammation, and even lower your risk of heart disease. With its many health benefits, coconut protein is an ideal addition to any diet plan. There is also ways that coconut sugar is used that can be incredibly essential to anybody looking for coconut-based products to add to their diet.
The Sweet Benefits Of Coconut Sugar
Since coconut sugar isn’t as well-known as coconut water, we’ll first explain what it is. Coconut sugar is basically the dehydrated and boiled sap of the coconut palm. The benefits that come with this sweet granulated sugar are making it a hot commodity fairly quickly! You’ll be pleased to learn that we also use coconut sugar in our Coconut Protein Drink, and all of our protein drinks!
Coconut sugar offers a lot more vitamins and minerals when compared to regular white sugar, containing trace amounts of potassium, vitamin C, phosphorous, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and copper. You’ll also find small amounts of phytonutrients, such as flavonoids, polyphenols, antioxidants, and anthocyanidin, as well as the B vitamin inositol, which is often used as a mood booster.