Coconut milk isn't going to have a lot of nutrients and after a point there isn't any more monolaurin we can derive from the lauric acid. That being said, there is little wrong with the amount you're consuming. Coconut is practically a staple in some parts of the world and 90% of the fats have the propensity o be simply utilized as energy. The rest of the fats will be used for repair and creation of important things.
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