An entire new class of health foods is on its way: a coconut milk substitute.
The idea is to help people switch from dairy products like milk, yogurt and cheese to coconut milk, which is made from the coconuts themselves.
Health authorities are pushing the idea as a solution to the rising number of cases of colorectal cancer, heart disease and other health conditions caused by a shift to non-dairy foods.
It’s an idea that has gained traction among health care professionals, who say the new foods offer a healthier option for people with compromised immune systems and are especially appealing for those on a budget.
“Coconutmilk, a non-alcoholic, natural, vegan and non-GMO alternative to dairy products, has been clinically proven to be the healthiest and most effective treatment option for the health and wellness of the whole person,” said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s new guidelines for coconutmilk replacement.
Coconuts are high in fat and contain sugar, so people are usually wary about eating coconut milk because of the high levels of saturated fat.
But they can be consumed in a variety of ways, including as a healthy alternative to milk or dairy products.
One study published in the journal Science found that people who ate coconut milk on a regular basis had a 40% lower risk of developing colorexias and an 18% lower likelihood of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Cocoonmilk is also a staple in Chinese medicine and many Asian countries, and is sold in grocery stores and pharmacies.
According to the National Institute of Health, the average cost of a one-ounce serving of coconutmilks ranges from $1.40 to $2.80.
A second study found that those who were on a diet and drank more coconut milk had lower levels of inflammatory markers.
Many health experts have recommended coconut milk substitutes as a healthier alternative to traditional milk for those who are obese and have metabolic syndrome, a group that includes type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
For many people, the coconut milk-replacement craze has been a boon, with consumers saying it provides them with a new source of nutrition.
Last year, a new study published by the New England Journal of Medicine found that consuming coconut milk in combination with fruit and vegetables is more than just a sweet treat.
Researchers found that the combination was linked to improved heart health and weight control, and that consuming it with regular exercise boosted the amount of magnesium in the body.
That’s because eating more coconutmilky beverages increases the absorption of magnesium, which improves blood flow to muscles.
Scientists also found that coconut milk contains a number of nutrients, including protein and fiber.
In a new video, Dr. William C. Anderson, an expert in nutrition and public health, explains how to make coconut milk: “This is not a recipe, this is not the recipe that is in the kitchen.
This is a recipe that we make and it’s our own.”
The video also includes a step-by-step guide to making coconut milk with a food processor, and includes recipes that include coconut cream and coconut butter.
Watch the video below:Dr. Anderson also explained how to combine coconut milk and other dairy products into a smoothie.
He said people should drink at least a cup of coconut milk a day and not drink as much as they would normally.
More: Coca-Cola plans to launch a coconut-milk soda, which could include more than one serving, this summer.