This is one of many to come video recipes!  I joined my friend Dr. Scott Stallaert to create Advanced Plan raw chocolate pudding in honor of his 30 Day Max Fit Challenge at his Maximized Living chiropractic center.  Hope you enjoy!

 
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Written by Elise Schwartz
Elise Schwartz

Elise has been living a sugar-free natural lifestyle since 2008, after discovering her PCOS, infertility, and inability to lose weight were caused by toxicity in her food and daily life. She became a certified nutrition and body detox coach, and provides consultations to clients across the world. By living the principles she teaches, Elise proudly welcomed her son, Austin, into the world in 2011. She and her husband, Dr. Dave, own and operate a natural health clinic, Triad Health Center, in Greensboro, NC.

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  1. Looks awesome- My question to you is regarding the coconut milk. I have bought coconut milk before but have never read that there is “full fat” coconut milk. Is there a particular brand to look for or can I look at the fat content on the can and determine if it is from reading the label?

  2. Great question Kimsden! I prefer the “Thai” brand of coconut milk and I’ve grabbed a can from my cupboard. Sometimes cans of full-fat coconut milk are indeed labeled as “full-fat”, but you’re correct, they often aren’t. The type you do not want to buy (because it is processed to take out the healthy fat) is “Lite” coconut milk, meaning 60% or so less fat.

    On my can of Thai, in a 1/3 cup serving is 10 grams of healthy saturated fat. Compare to a can of lite coconut milk: 4 grams. So this could be a good basis to go from when shopping.

    Thank you! Keep the great questions coming! You are helping others out there :)

  3. Great question Kimsden! I prefer the “Thai” brand of coconut milk and I’ve grabbed a can from my cupboard. Sometimes cans of full-fat coconut milk are indeed labeled as “full-fat”, but you’re correct, they often aren’t. The type you do not want to buy (because it is processed to take out the healthy fat) is “Lite” coconut milk, meaning 60% or so less fat.

    On my can of Thai, in a 1/3 cup serving is 10 grams of healthy saturated fat. Compare to a can of lite coconut milk: 4 grams. So this could be a good basis to go from when shopping.

    Thank you! Keep the great questions coming! You are helping others out there :)

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