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    Coconut milk instead of Milk, trying to burn the last of my fat

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    How much coconut milk is too much if I'm trying to burn the last of my body fat, I'm almost ripped. I can see my six pack pretty good but like my chest area has some fat, the average person wouldn't mind it but I want to be like Bruce Lee. So do I have to be mindful of how much I drink? Can I have like three glasses a day? By the way I train a lot, and lift weights every other day.
    My understanding is that coconut burns fat so... I switched off of the milk, and I really am enjoying Coconut milk more, but it is kind of high in calories...

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    no one knows the answer to my questions?!?

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    three glasses of coconut milk a day? for what purpose? you're not drinking it TO lose fat are you? it's counter productive in principle to ingest more calories in order to lose weight...

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    I haven't had coco milk in a while but when I did I only had maybe half a glass at a time, mixed with whey protein, or added to sauted veggies. I never drank it on its own, don't see a reason to. Sure it may taste good, but three glasses? I don't think that's the reason why you're not losing, but when you get down to the last 2% of body fat you have to be more restrictive (or wait and wait and wait, slowly but surely it will come off provided you're in a calorie deficit)

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