Benefits Of Drinking Coconut Water During Pregnancy
By Chris_B (self media writer) | 1 year ago
Check out some of the benefits that you may get from drinking coconut water during pregnancy.According to the Mayo Clinic, Coconut water is not water with coconut flavor added. It's the clear fluid inside the coconut, not to be confused with coconut milk, "which is an emulsion of coconut water and fresh grated coconut. So coconut water is a type of juice." the May Clinic also suggests that coconut water is much lower in sugar and in calories than typical juices. The most popular reason that people drink coconut water is to they think it is going to help rehydrate after physical activity or illnesses that may cause dehydration like stomach flu and diarrhea. Coconut water has " natural electrolytes — such as potassium, sodium, and manganese — but amounts can vary due to changes that occur in coconut water as the coconut matures." Although it may appear that coconut water is very effective in rehydrating, there is evidence that drinking coconut water is no more effective than drinking regular water.
Healthline explains the benefits of coconut water. Coconut water is the juice that is found in the center of a young, green coconut. It helps nourish the fruit. As the coconut matures then the juice remains liquid and the rest of the coconut will become riper and will become harder. The water that forms inside the coconut is not to be confused with coconut milk. Coconut was is natural and contains very little fat and consists of 94% water. While coconut milk is when coconut water is mixed with grated coconut meat. There are many different recipes that can help you make your own coconut milk.
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