|Nutritional Values||Per 100 ml|
|Calories (kcal)||60 kcal|
|Total Carbohydrate (g)||8,9 g|
|Total Fat (g)||2,7 g|
|Protein (g)||0,2 g|
|Sugar (g)||6,8 g|
|Sodium (mg)||40 mg|
|Potassium (mg)||60 mg|
|Cholesterol (mg)||0 mg|
Being grown in the lush alluvial plain of Mekong Delta, the coconut tree is known as a feature of this region and called “The Tree of Life”. The coconut, collected here, is always sweet and has lots of benefits for your health.
Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages base on the best tasting and the culture of drinking coffee in some parts of the world. Drinking coffee gives you energy, plenty of amazing, and body-boosting benefits.
And now, the fat and sweet taste of coconut milk mixed with a strong flavor of coffee beans, we create an extremely delicious drink. The perfect blend is the best choice for people who a fan of coffee and want to enjoy it with other healthy.
Prevents heart disease
Coconut milk can help to reduce the levels of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) in the body. LDL cholesterol promotes the formation of plaques in blood vessels causing pathological narrowing. When blood vessels supplying the heart muscles are narrowed, heart attacks can result.
Coconut milk is rich in iron which is an important mineral in the formation of healthy red blood cells. That is the reason why drinking coconut milk can help you avoid anemia that often results from the inadequate iron intake.
Improves the immune system
Coconut milk contains lauric acid that is known for its antiseptic properties. Lauric acid helps to assist the body in fighting infections caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Strengthens the bone
Coconut milk is rich in calcium and vitamin D. Two minerals help to foster and strengthen bone density and structure.
Reduces risk of Parkinson’s disease
Caffeine in coffee is not only linked to a lower chance of developing Parkinson’s disease but also helps those with the condition better control their movements.
Brightens up your mood
Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system and boosts the production of neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, and noradrenaline, which elevate your mood.