The food we eat has a big effect on how well our internal organs work. This suggests that eating well and regularly can help organs work better. The kidneys, which are bean-shaped, filter blood and make urine. Lack of water could make the kidneys work less well. Dehydration can cause kidney stones and other health problems, but keeping hydrated keeps the kidneys working well. If you don't drink enough water, your body will tell you. Here, I'll talk about what Healthline says are the benefits of drinking coconut water regularly for your kidneys.
Even though it has been shown to be good for your health, not many people know that drinking coconut water can be so good for you. Coconut water is good for your health in many ways, like keeping you hydrated and lowering your risk of getting kidney stones. Water is the best way to stay hydrated, but coconut water is a little better at keeping kidney stones away. Crystals of calcium and oxalate form in the kidneys, which is what makes kidney stones. Multiple tests have shown that drinking coconut water can help break up kidney stones, but these results need to be confirmed by more research.
In a study of 18 people with kidney stones, it was found that drinking coconut water helped them get rid of more potassium, chloride, and citrate through their urine (three compounds that can form kidney stones). This research suggests that people with kidney stones might feel better if they drink coconut water, which may help the stones dissolve. Regular use has been shown to help clean the kidneys and stop stones from forming. It also helps the urinary tract.
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