Amanprana organic coconut fibre for regular bowel movements and low calorie intake
Fibre is essential to easy bowl movement
You need 10 g = 0.36 oz of fibre at every meal in order to have regular bowel movements, as well as plenty of water and exercise. A lot of people do not do this and frequently suffer from stomach ache and irregular and/or hard and difficult-to-pass stools. This is not healthy, and consuming coconut fibre regularly at mealtimes ensures that you will have regular and easy bowel movements and a flat belly. Coconut fibre also cleans your intestines, thus giving you increased resistance and more energy. Coconut fibre accelerates the ejection of waste and cholesterol from the body, improving your health. One full tablespoon of coconut flour contains just 32 calories and 5 g of fibre. Amanprana's coconut fibre has a delicious and gentle coconut flavor. Coconut flour contains far fewer calories and more fibre than other fibre-rich products.
Coconut fibre primarily contains insoluble fibre, which acts like a sponge in the large intestine. This can act in two ways: either it thickens loose stool or softens hard and dry stool and makes it more malleable. Soluble fibre in coconut encourages healthy peristalsis.
Gluten-free so your gut feels great
Coconut fibre contains no gluten, hardly any phytic acid that could hinder mineral absorption, and no cyanide to inhibit calorie burning. What it does contain is the eight essential proteins and healthy MCTs that stimulate mineral absorption. The first step to good health is healthy digestion.
Which types of gluten-free flour are good and which are bad?
|fibre/100 g||50,5 g||40 g||33 g||16 g||16 g|
|of which is insoluble||46,4 g||36 g||24,5 g||5 g||8 g|
|of which is soluble||4,1 g||4 g||8,5 g||11 g||8 g|
|☹ phytic acid||☹||☹☹||☹☹☹||-||☹|
|10g fibre||2 tablespoons||2 tablespoons||2 tablespoons||4 tablespoons||4 tablespoons|
|10g fibre||64 Kcal||79 Kcal||147 Kcal||138 Kcal||253 Kcal|
Healthy gluten-free flours are naturally gluten-free. Flours where the gluten has been removed will, when consumed regularly, deplete your body of energy and minerals. Healthy gluten-free flours are milled from coconut, rice, buckwheat, quinoa, amaranth, maize, millet and sorghum. Gluten-free flours that Amanprana recommend you do not eat regularly are: soya, tapioca and all types of gluten-free flour that is mechanically processed, made from wheat, rye, spelt, barley, teff and others.
Use Amanprana's coconut fibre to introduce
large amounts of fibre or as gluten-free flour
Use coconut fibre for bread, pastries, biscuits, snacks and anything else as a gluten-free flour with a large amount of fibre. Substitute 10 to 15 percent of your standard flour with coconut flour (fibre) and add the same amount of water. Available in packets of 500 g = 1.10 lbs and 1 kg = 2.20 lbs. To gain from its wealth of fibre, take our coconut fibre three times a day at mealtimes:
- as a fibre drink: stir 1 to 2 tablespoons into a glass (8.5 fl oz) of water, juice, shake, smoothie, chocolate milk, tea or coffee
- to sprinkle: sprinkle 1 to 2 tablespoons in sauce, yoghurt, muesli, oatmeal, desserts or over your meal.
When suffering from diarrhoea, take coconut fibre dry. If you're concerned about a regular bowel movement, then take with liquid.
I love Amanprana coconut flour and I add it to my smoothies as a fibre-booster. My daughter is overjoyed as it is hypoallergenic, and it contains no lactose, gluten or any known allergenics. Evelyne, Ballainvilliers, France
Gluten-free coconut flour,
rich in fibre:
- Extra fibre-rich 50%
- Fair trade
- Gluten-free flour
- Easy bowel movement/flat belly