NEWS: This superfood is now available in the SANEStore as a convenient whole-food powder so you can more easily enjoy it in smoothies and recipes.
Our Raw Organic Coconut Flour is made from fresh organic coconut meat from the Philippines. It is dried and then finely ground to a flour. This tasty flour is made in small batches at low temperatures to ensure that the freshness and quality of the product is optimal. Coconut flour is a delicious, healthy alternative to wheat and other grain flours that’s high in fiber, gluten free, low in digestible carbohydrates, and a great source of protein and healthy oils. It lends baked goods an incomparably rich texture and a unique, natural sweetness.
Coconut Flour lends a rich texture and natural sweetness to baked goods. It can be used as a substitute for up to about 1/3rd of the flour in most standard recipes. Due to its high fiber content, Coconut Flour absorbs a lot of liquid, and you will generally need to increase the liquid called for in the recipe by about 1/3rd as well.
This highly nutritious flour is an excellent source of dietary fiber that facilitates healthy digestion and absorption of vitamins and minerals. High in protein, fiber and low in sodium, carbs and cholesterol..
Coconut flour is high in manganese which improves the absorption of many different minerals including choline, biotin, vitamin C, and thiamine. It also helps promote a healthy immune system, thyroid health, and helps to promote and stabilize healthy blood sugar levels. Coconut flour is also high in lauric acid which is a healthy saturated fat and is essential for immune health. It is also known to help promote healthy skin and thyroid health. Because it’s full of fiber and low in digestible carbohydrates, Coconut Flour has a more gentle impact on blood glucose. If you’re concerned about your blood sugar levels, Coconut Flour can be a great alternative to traditional flours.
Want to Try Adding a Convenient and Pure Powdered Form of This Whole Food to Your Smoothies and Recipes?
Why Try Coconut Flour Superfood?
- Ideal for baking
- Gentle impact on blood sugar levels
- Raw – from unheated coconut
- Contains 4x more fiber and 2x more protein than fat per serving
- Contains double the fiber in wheat bran
- Unbleached & unrefined
- High in beneficial fats – medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs)
- Aids in digestive health
- Gluten free, vegan, & hypoallergenic
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