Know the importance of drinking coconut water at right time

“Coconut water is full of vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants. It is a natural refreshing drink that has the power of boosting our immune system”

There are countless benefits of both coconut and coconut water. Whether raw green coconut is eaten or coconut water is drunk, it is sure to benefit in both the cases. Vitamin C, fiber and minerals are found in large quantities in coconut water. It contains 94% water which is very good for the body as well as for the skin. Experts have named coconut water a charismatic drink. It instantly restores energy in your body. It also helps those who want to take special care of their health. Coconut water is very effective in the kidney, metabolic process and other diseases. Its prime feature is the low amount of calories it has. It contains natural enzymes and minerals like potassium which make it a super drink. There is no best time to drink coconut water, you can drink it anytime during the day and at night. Drinking at any time of the day has its own benefits, but drinking at the right time, makes the benefits double.

Drinking coconut water in morning

Drinking coconut water on an empty stomach in the morning can prove to be helpful in many ways. The amount of lauric acid present in coconut water has proven to be very good in increasing immunity, metabolism and weight loss. 

Pregnant women are often advised to drink coconut water to fight dehydration and constipation.

It also helps in relieving acidity and stomach irritation. This also kills intestinal worms thereby improving digestion.

Coconut water is a natural drink and is useful if taken before or after exercise. Before exercise it helps to keep your body hydrated and increase energy, whereas after exercise, coconut water acts as an electrolyte replenisher. 

Drinking coconut water helps fight fatigue. 

Drinking coconut water before a meal makes you full which prevents you from overeating. The low amount of calories present in coconut water helps in improving the digestive system. 

Regular consumption of coconut water maintains electrolyte control in your body, and thus keeps your blood pressure under control. 

Coconut water acts as a diuretic, promotes flow of urine, it is very helpful for those who are having any urinary problems.  Drinking coconut water also helps in breakdown of kidney stones making them easy to pass through the urine.

One of the most surprising things about coconut water is that it resembles human plasma and can be used in emergencies to quickly rehydrate the human body if administered intravenously.

Coconut water before bed

Coconut water is considered to be the best drink to fight mental stress and relaxes the mind. 

Drinking coconut water at bedtime works to flush out your toxins. Hence give a glower healthier skin.

 For babies

Coconut water keeps infants and toddlers hydrated. We can give coconut water to babies of 6 months and above. Health benefits of coconut water are the same as that of adults if given to babies.

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About the Author

Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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