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Coconut Water – Pure Natural Healthy

Coconut Water is Naturally Sweet and packed with electrolytes, vitamins, and minerals, get a real taste of the tropics.

Bringing you the true taste of the tropics with Coconut Essence Coconut Water. Coconut Juice from fresh young green coconuts is naturally sweet. Harvested and packaged on the same day with no preservatives or sugar added to it.

Traditionally consumed for centuries in tropical regions around the world. Used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, the World’s oldest holistic healing system. Believed to help with digestion and urination and to treat dehydration.

Natural sports drink – Contains 5 Natural electrolytes

Nutritionists worldwide are concerned about the increased consumption of traditional sports drinks that contain salt and are high in fructose. Proven to be a great isotonic drink Coconut Juice is naturally sweet and better for you than a sports drink. Coconut water contains 5 natural electrolytes – Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium, Calcium, and Phosphorus. Sports drinks don’t contain magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus which are naturally occurring electrolytes in coconut juice.

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What are electrolytes?

Electrolytes are minerals that help keep your body fluids balanced and regulate muscle function. Made without added sugar, food coloring, or artificial sweeteners. Coconut Water performs as well as a traditional sports drink to keep you hydrated and help replenish fluids and electrolytes after heavy exercise.

Better for you – Lower in calories than soda and juice

Coconut Essence recommends that you drink plenty of natural water and enjoy coconut water as part of a healthy balanced diet. However, as it has fewer calories and sugar and is a great substitute for higher calorie drinks like soda or juice. Because it also has more minerals and electrolytes like sodium and potassium it is better for you than a traditional sports drink.

Coconut Water is High in Potassium

Coconut water has more than 10 times the amount of potassium of most sports drinks about the same as a banana. Potassium can help you avoid muscles cramps and helps keep fluid and electrolyte balance in the body, especially during exercise. Because there is more potassium than sodium. The potassium may help balance out sodium’s effect on blood Pressure and possibly even help lower your blood pressure. Potassium is used to regulate important body functions like blood pressure, heart rhythms, digestion and nerve impulses.

Calcium and Magnesium

Calcium is an important electrolyte used by nerves to carry electrical impulses to other cells and by the heart to enable muscular contraction. Magnesium takes part in 300 plus biochemical reactions in the body. Such as regulation of blood pressure and cellular metabolism. A hard workout results in the loss of these essential electrolytes through sweat. Loss of electrolytes can leave you prone to cramps, muscle twitches, and spasms. Coconut water contains more calcium and magnesium than fruit juice and many sports drinks. So is a great natural way of rehydrating and replacing lost electrolytes. It is not a replacement for supplements recommended by your health professional.

Plant Polyphenols Antioxidants

Plant Polyphenols are naturally occurring antioxidants found in coconut water. Antioxidants can neutralise oxidative stress and free radicals created by exercise. 

Amino acids

Amino acids are essential for repairing tissues and are the building blocks of protein. Fresh coconut juice from the coconut contains more alanine, arginine, cysteine, and serine than cow’s milk. Arginine an amino acid helps your body respond to body stress caused by a difficult workout. Arginine may also help keep the heart healthy.

Cytokinins

The hormones that help plants grow, also known as cytokinins, are also found in fresh coconut juice. These compounds are believed to have anti-aging and cancer-fighting properties. However, to date, no major studies have found that drinking coconut water wards off cancer. 

Coconut Water a Great Way to Hydrate – Consume as part of a healthy balanced diet

Consume as part of a healthy balanced diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables are good sources of electrolytes. Chilled coconut water can be a great way to rehydrate and take in the unforgettable taste of the topics. Enjoy after a hard, sweaty workout and replenish your body with a drink straight from Mother Nature. Remember if you are trying to lose weight, it might be best to opt for water instead.