October 2016




Start Feeding Your Brain’s Future Today. 


Feeding the brain with the right nutrition is a concept that many of us know, but do not live by. With scientific research by renowned Japanese anti-ageing specialist Professor Shirasawa, advocating the benefits of healthy fats for brain health, you now have an excuse to indulge in delectable recipes featuring your favourite AYAM™ Coconut Cream and Milk! 

 “Food For the Brain” uncovers exactly why healthy fats is a key secret to longetivity and features 23 amazing, anti-ageing recipes that feature brain-empowering coconut milk and cream. To get your copy, simply purchase any 2 AYAM™ products and fill out this form here:

Psst.. we are giving away 750 copies! (while stocks last)




Low fat diets contribute to weight gain? (pg. 20) 

 Belly fat comes primarily from the carbohydrates (carbs) you eat while you are trying to lower your total fat intake. As carbs are a less efficient source of energy, excess carbs convert into fat deposits and induce insulin spikes.  

Our bodies are designed for high-fat diets? (pg. 24) 
 In the paleolithic era, the macronutrient ratio of a day’s diet was roughly 75% fat, 20% proteins and 5% carbohydrates, coming primarily from fish, wild meat and nuts? In the modern day, the number of Americans with diagnosed diabetes has increased substantially as a result of having a higher carb intake. Remaining closer to the original paleo ratio of fat and carb intake is ideal.

Healthy fats are imperative for the movement of nerve cells? (pg. 27)

 Our brain uses glucose (from the breakdown of carbohydrates) to function. In people with Alzheimer’s, the ability of the brain’s nerve cells to use glucose is impaired, and therefore using medium chain triglycerides (MCT) from coconut fats are the next best source. Coconut fats are not only easily absorbed, but facilitate an efficient information exchange among nerve cells.

Fat in coconut milk and cream helps to strengthen your immune system? (pg. 43) 

The fats in coconut milk and cream are rich in lauric acid. In your body, this converts into an antiviral antibacterial compound that helps protect the body from infections and viruses. 




 Brain-Enhancing Coconut Recipes

PALEO KALE (pg. 85) 

Makes 3 servings


1 kale leaf
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1 frozen green apple,
cut into chunks
1 frozen banana,
cut into chunks
270 ml AYAM™ Coconut Milk
50 ml milk
250 ml coconut water

Place all ingredients into a blender and pulse until smooth.


Makes 2 servings

270 ml AYAM™ Coconut Milk
100 ml almond milk
3 tablespoons chia seeds
2 teaspoons desiccated coconut
seasonal fresh fruits, and nuts
1 tablespoon honey


Warm the coconut milk to room temperature.
Add chia seeds and stir till the mixture thickens. 
When done, sprinkle desiccated coconut, add honey and your favourite fruit/nuts.


From the Club AYAM™ team 

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