You see, the coconut is a unique fruit because, like us, it contains a large amount of water beneath its outer shell. This water is immeasurably good for us as it is a natural source of electrolytes.
Coconut water contains the five essential electrolytes: potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous. These 5 minerals hydrate the body and maintain proper muscle function which makes coconut water an expert at replacing minerals lost during physical activity.
Coconuts don’t stop there; in fact, the lovely things just keep on giving! Coconut milk also happens to be super salubrious and utterly delicious. Lauric acid, found abundantly in coconut milk and mothers’ breast milk, helps fight bacterial infections, fungal infections and viruses. The Medium
Chain Fatty Acids (MCFAs) in coconut milk are readily utilised by the liver, which burns them off as energy instead of storing them as fat. We use both young green coconuts (4-6 months) and more mature brown coconuts (10-12 months) to make our drinks as healthy and as tasty as possible. The health benefits of these coconuts include
- Energy Boosting MCFAs
- High in Lauric Acid
- Contains good fats
- Source of Vitamin E
- Natural B Vitamins
- Mineral rich