What Can Coconuts Be Used For?

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Coconut Water

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Coconut water forms naturally in the fruit and contains 94% water and very little fat.

Coconut water typically comes from young coconuts about 6–7 months of age, though it's also found in mature fruit.

Perfect for a post-workout drink as it restores hydration and replenishes electrolytes lost during exercise.

Contains Vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, calcium, manganese and antioxidants.

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Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is high in healthy saturated fats that have different effects than most other fats in your diet.

The medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) in coconut oil can increase how many calories you burn compared to the same amount of calories from longer chain fats

A few studies have shown that coconut oil can raise blood levels of HDL cholesterol, which is linked to improved metabolic health and a lower risk of heart disease.

Coconut oil can also be applied topically, with studies showing it to be effective as a skin moisturiser and protecting against hair damage.

Coconut Bowls

Coconut shells can be reused and be made into coconut bowls that people can use to eat hot or cold food in.

using coconut bowls is a sustainable way of living and is on trend for all health fanatics.

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Coconut Milk

Coconut milk comes from the white flesh of mature brown coconuts, which are the fruit of the coconut tree.

Unlike coconut water, the milk does not occur naturally. Instead, solid coconut flesh is mixed with water to make coconut milk, which is about 50% water.