The trendy beverage is full of natural vitamins and minerals that aid in hydration and is frequently found in smoothies and other recipes such as salad dressings.


Aids in hydration
While comparable to sports drinks, which can be loaded with added sugars and flavorings, coconut water is low in calories and carbs.

High in potassium
Most people don’t get enough potassium in their diet. The mineral helps remove extra sodium from your body through your urine

Low in calories
Other fruit juices can be high in added sugar, calories and carbs
 

Free of fat and cholesterol
Coconut water is 94% water and is fat-free and cholesterol-free

Kidney stone prevention

In the U.S. 11% of men and 6% of women have kidney stones at least once in their lifetime, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. 

Healthier skin
Coconut water may also aid in the fight against acne due to its antimicrobial properties, suggests a preliminary 2017 study.

Coconut water, which is the clear fluid found inside coconuts, differs from coconut milk, which combines coconut water with grated coconut. 

Stay Updated
With Us!

subscribe now