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30-01-2016

Discover The Health Benefits Of Coconut Water.

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Coconut water is one of the healthiest thirst quenchers that is a tasty alternative to water. The liquid should be sweet, sterile, and clear. In general, it takes about 5 months before a young and immature coconut fully ripens. Once it’s ready to be consumed, you can reap into its many health benefits. Here are some of these health benefits listed for your perusal.

9 - Nutritional value of coconut water

You can find dietary fibre, sugar, fat, protein, and energy in coconut water. The minerals and vitamins include selenium, zinc, potassium, vitamin B6, C, E, folate, and many more. Coconut water has been noted for its powerful anti-microbial properties, which can kill the bad bacteria and help fight infections.

8 - eases urinary disorders

If you are suffering from urinary disorders such as cystitis, you should consider drinking coconut water. Due to its diuretic effect, the liquid expels the toxins from the body and keeps it healthy.
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7 - Cures cholera

If you are diagnosed with cholera, take 2 glasses of coconut water mixed with 4 teaspoons of lemon juice. This solution should be taken regularly to balance the electrolyte in the body as it’s a good source of potassium.

6 - Healthy skin

People with acne or other skin blemishes should use coconut water as a topical solution. It moisturizes the skin and prevents it from getting oily. This explains why so many over-the-counter creams, shampoos, conditioners, and lotions contain coconut extract.

5 - The ultimate hangover remedy

The next time you have a heavy session of drinking in the pub, consume coconut water to settle your hangover. This liquid replaces the essential electrolytes that are lost through vomiting and urination.

4 - Aids digestion

If you have difficulty digesting your food, drinking a glass of coconut water will provide you with relief. Because of its high fibre content, it aids in the prevention of indigestion and acid reflux occurrence.
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