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Benefits of Coconut Water

My Blue Tea launches Coconut Water Powder, a Superfood that is Cholesterol Free, has Moisturising Effect & Keeps you Hydrated

Globally, consumers are becoming more health-conscious and seeking healthier products. There is a growing preference for natural drinks such as coconut water, which is a dehydrator, a natural diuretic, a digestive soother, and a cholesterol-lowering effect.

Coconut water is the clear liquid found inside green coconuts. With a sweet and nutty flavour, it contains easily digestible carbohydrates in the form of natural electrolytes and sugars.

Our coconut water powder is spray dried on starch hydrolysate to preserve the natural flavour and it has low water content making it easy to store. Normal coconut water has to be stored in the refrigerator. This powder can be stored on the storage shelf (find a cool place, otherwise it has to be in a fridge) and it conveniently turns into coconut water by just dissolving it in water.

About Coconut Water

  • Rich in phytonutrient

  • May support heart health

  • May reduce blood pressure

  • Rich in phytonutrient

  • Delicious source of hydration

  • Scientifically tested

  • Ultrasonic water extraction

  • Vegan

  • Non-GMO

  • No Fillers

  • No Flavours

  • No Additives

  • No Preservatives

  • No Artificial Colors

  • Soy and Gluten Free

  • An all-natural organic hydration drink anytime & anywhere.

  • The ideal drink for replenishing your body after exercise

  • 100% natural energy

  • Supports a healthy and active lifestyle

  • Spray-dried to lock in those powerful nutrients

  • Contains magnesium, potassium, calcium and sodium electrolytes

  • No artificial sugars, all natural

  • A natural source of vitamin B

  • Exceptional ease of use and convenience

  • Delicious addition to water, smoothies, cocktails and drinks

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About Coconut Water

The Hawaiians say coconut water is 'dew from the heavens'.

And no wonder. This 'fluid of life' is safe for everyone to drink fresh from the nut. It is natural and fat-free, low in sugars and calories and rich in essential electrolytes and vitamins.

If you've ever looked into what a coconut looks like on the inside, you'll see two edible parts. There is the white kernel, the flesh, and then there is the clear liquid, the coconut water (or juice). Don't confuse this with coconut milk, which is a milky coloured liquid extracted from the white kernel. Coconut milk contains about 50% water and is quite high in fat.

Coconut water typically comes from young coconuts about 6–7 months of age, though it's also found in mature fruit. An average green coconut provides about 1/2–1 cup of coconut water. Coconut water contains 94% water and very little fat.

One of the main health benefits of coconut water is its electrolyte content. That is why it is such a popular sports drink. It has almost no fat content, some amount of sodium and is comparatively lower in sugar than other fruit juices. Containing a fifth of the sugar content of other fruits, coconut water still retains a mildly sweet taste.

10 Health Benefits of Tender Coconut Water

1. Good source of several nutrients

Coconuts grow in tropical climates. The trees are called Cocos nucifera, and are botanically considered a fruit. Coconut water helps nourish the fruit. As the coconut matures, which takes around 10–12 months, some of the liquid remains while the rest ripens into the solid white flesh known as coconut meat.

As coconuts grow near the sea, they have access to mineral-rich salt water supplies, which they absorb through their root systems. It has an impressive list of powerful good stuff including vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, amino acids, antioxidants, enzymes and growth hormones.

2. May have antioxidant properties

Free radicals are unstable molecules produced in your cells during metabolism. Their production increases in response to stress or injury. When there are too many free radicals, your body enters a state of oxidative stress, which can damage your cells and increase the risk of disease.

Dragonfruit Coconut Water Smoothie, Butterfly Pea Coconut Water Smoothie and

Coconut Shake with Coconut Water & Coconut Jelly

3. May help prevent kidney stones

Drinking enough fluids is important for kidney stone prevention. Although plain water is a good choice, two small studies suggest that coconut water might be even better.

4. May support heart health

Drinking coconut water may help reduce heart disease risk (Source here). One of the reasons coconut water may be connected to lowered blood pressure is its impressive potassium content (500mg of potassium in 8 ounces). Potassium has been shown to lower blood pressure in people with high or normal blood pressure.

5. Beneficial after prolonged exercise

Coconut water may be the perfect beverage for restoring hydration and replenishing electrolytes lost during exercise.

Electrolytes are minerals that help maintain proper fluid balance in our bodies. A few vital electrolytes include potassium, magnesium, sodium, and calcium. Because coconut water contains electrolytes like potassium and magnesium, several studies have found that it may be more beneficial than water for rehydration after exercise.

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We have a range of Coconut products all beneficial to you for cooking, baking, drinking:-

(3) Coconut Shake ice blended smoothie/ frappe and

(4) Pandan Coconut Latte

(5) Almond & Matcha Coconut Latte

Powders are lightweight and easy to carry and has no restriction to carry onboard overseas or camping and caravanning.

6. Delicious source of hydration

Natural coconut water is slightly sweet with a subtle, nutty flavor. Because the taste is mild, it makes for a delicious drink after sports (plus it's low n calories and carbs). It's freshest if you drink it directly out of the fruit, but as not many of us live that close to the sea to have an endless supply of coconuts, we have to find another way to enjoy it.

You can find many brands of coconut water on the market. Just make sure you read the ingredients to verify you’re getting 100% coconut water. Some bottled brands can contain added sugar or flavouring agents.

You can use coconut water as a base for smoothies, chia seed pudding, vinaigrette dressing, or substituted for plain water whenever you want a bit of natural sweetness.

7. Prevents Constipation

Coconut water has magnesium. This mineral helps in digestion and keeps the gut healthy.

8. Gives Radiant Skin

Dehydration can cause dry, flaky skin. Coconut water can help you meet your hydration needs. It also promotes circulation, leaving you with plump, glowing skin. The antioxidants in coconut water may also have anti-ageing effects.

9. May help in Weight Loss

Did you know that many people confuse thirst for hunger? It leads to overeating and weight gain. That is why it's so important to stay hydrated. It is vital for replenishing every cell in the body and metabolism.

As coconut water contains fewer calories than other beverages (like soda and juice), it may help with weight loss.

10. For Hangovers

Say goodbye to hangovers... with coconut water! Have a glass of coconut water to help soothe your hangover. High in potassium and non-acidic, it won't upset your stomach.

Thirsting for Coconut!

After all this talk about coconut water, it really makes you want to get a pint of fresh coconut water and gulp it down! Just imagine, a delicious, electrolyte-filled, natural beverage that may benefit your heart, moderate your blood sugar, help improve kidney health, and keep you refreshed and hydrated after a workout... what more could anyone ask for?!

Caution for those with the following medical conditions. Please speak to your doctor for advice before consuming coconut water :

*Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

*Low Blood Pressure

*Had Recent Surgery

*High Blood Potassium

*During Renal Failure/Kidney Disease

*In Cystic Fibrosis

DISCLAIMER: The authors do not diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The Australia FDA has not evaluated any statements made herein. Consult with your doctor about all prescription and non-prescription medicines you take before you begin to use any herbal products.



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