The meat contains the fats, however, unlike other saturated fats (which are long chain fatty acids), coconut meats contains medium fatty chain acids which are broken down faster and also helps to reduce cholesterol levels. It also contains high level of manganese, which helps maintain normal blood sugar levels as well as synthesize fats and proteins. Then there is the coconut oil, where do I even begin?! It's a stable item in my pantry that I cannot live without.
I find that when the meat and water is blended together, it tastes creamy and sweet and doesn't need much extra. You can always add more to it, be as creative as you want. Sometimes I add a date, or vanilla bean to fix things up. You can add fruits, greens, powders etc, but I do find that since it's quite decadent already, less is better.
You can see in this picture just how frothy and creamy it gets, if you have a blender that is not as powerful, it might be worth it blending it for longer, just so that the meat gets broken down and it takes on the decadent creamy feel.
1 whole coconut (meat and water)
you can add vanilla bean/date