So what's inside a young coconut you ask?
Not counting water, coconut water (juice) is the only liquid made available by nature ready to drink. 100% pure and raw just like nature intended. Naturally rich in electrolytes makes it one of the ultimate isotonic drinks.
0 coconut water so rich in benefits has zero fat, zero cholesterol, zero additives, zero preservatives
Hypo-allergenic: lactose free and milk protein free, there are no known allergies to coconut water
5 Electrolytes: potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium and phosphorous makes it a perfect source of hydration
Coconut water benefits are pretty amazing, it is a very pure liquid second to water, so it is no wonder it will benefit you in your quest for looking younger. It's a powerhouse of anti-aging properties
Coconut water does not taste like the coconut that advertising has been trying to teach us about for decades now.
Coconut water or coconut juice is not even milky – it‘s relatively clear and tastes slightly, depending on the degree of ripeness, like coconut.
The younger the coconut, the less jelly pulp (about 30 g) it has and the more coconut water (about 300 ml). This ratio goes into reverse as the nuts age. Coconuts that you would find in the supermarket are mostly more than 9 months old and have little water and a great deal of pulp. The older the coconut gets, the higher the fat component in the coconut water and in the pulp.
Sports Drink Alternative
As it is a 100% natural refreshing drink full of electrolytes, free of fat and cholesterol, coconut water has been marketed as a sports drink to aid in rehydration for light, moderate to intense physical exercise. There have also been cases where coconut water has been used as an intravenous hydration fluid in some developing countries where medical saline was unavailable.