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Why People Like Drinking Coconut Water

Vegan and organic coconut water is fantastic. It’s refreshing, great for hydration and just simply delicious. There are a bunch of reasons why people like natural coconut water. It’s a great way to get potassium and it's also a source of natural electrolytes! Think of it as nature’s own sports drink.

Unlike your ordinary sports drink, coconut water is naturally hydrating. Other sports drinks may include artificial ingredients, preservatives, and even sweeteners. If you’ve got organic coconut water in its purest form, it’s just a healthy drink! Simple as that.

Vegan and organic coconut water can be drunk straight and is especially refreshing when chilled. Instead of grabbing a soda when you’re feeling hot, grab a bottle or carton of delicious coconut water. You can even add coconut water to bulk up fresh fruit smoothies, too! 

Buy coconut water at your trusted online source, PlantX. This is the place where you can get some great organic coconut water in the UK!

What Are The Benefits Of Drinking Organic Coconut Water?

Vegan and natural coconut water can be a great way to get some potassium, magnesium and calcium. These minerals may help our muscles stay in tip-top shape and give us a boost of energy. Coconut water also has antioxidant properties. 

Drinking natural coconut water is also thought to potentially help you lower your blood sugar, prevent kidney stones and keep your heart healthy! But, let’s get into the nitty gritty of each of the benefits we mentioned!

Potassium

Potassium is particularly helpful if you find yourself eating a bunch of salty foods. The potassium makes you want to pee, which in turn will expel any excess sodium from the body. The potassium content in coconut water may even help it lower blood pressure.

Calcium

A lot of us don’t get enough calcium daily. If you think that milk is the only drink full of calcium, think again! Coconut water is full of calcium, which is believed to be needed for strengthening your bones.

Magnesium

Together with sodium and potassium, the magnesium of coconut water acts as electrolytes. This is thought to help replenish any nutrients you may have lost at times, such as during any illness. It shouldn’t replace good old H20, but it can surely be a potential help in boosting overall hydration.

Great Coconut Water Products

Vita Coco Pure Coconut Water

Vita Coco’s iconic, original coconut water is great! It’s refreshing, made purely of coconut water (no concentrates)! This drink is full of naturally-occurring electrolytes and can stand in for your ordinary sports drink. Fun fact, Vita Coco’s Pure Coconut Water has more potassium than a banana!

Vita Coco Coconut Water with Pressed Coconut

Experience the great taste of Vita Coco Pure Coconut Water, but with more distinct coconutty flavour! It also provides a more creamy experience. The coconuts used here are sustainably sourced from small independent farms. At PlantX, we stock up on the 1L bottle of the smaller 500ml bottle.

UFC Refresh Natural Coconut Water

Enjoy the sweet freshness of this coconut water which is naturally rehydrating. UFC’s Refresh Natural Coconut Water uses coconuts from Thailand, where the very best coconuts are cultivated. It’s certified GMO-free and just 100% pure coconut goodness. 

Cocofina Organic Coconut Water

Cocofina’s Organic Coconut Water is simply 100% pure coconut water. It comes unsweetened, free from additives, and completely organic. Cocofina knows what they’re doing when it comes to coconut water - they’ve been at it 17 years!

FAQ

Is natural coconut water healthy?

It is! But you should watch what you get because not all natural coconut water is made the same. Organic coconut water is often the way to go because it’s made with simple, high-quality ingredients. Luckily, the lineup we have at PlantX should help you with your search!

We can send you good and refreshing organic coconut water here in the UK. We also stock up on some other variants of natural coconut water, too. So if you’re looking for something in particular, we might already have it! That’s why we urge you to check out our Coconut Water page and browse through the list!

Is it ok if I drink pressed coconut water during workouts?

Yes! It absolutely is ok to drink organic coconut water during workouts. In fact, natural coconut water is probably even better for hydration than your average store-bought sports drink! That’s because pressed and natural coconut water is often free from additives, artificial flavours, and preservatives. 

Drinking natural coconut water during a workout may help you feel more energised and refreshed. And since bringing a whole carton of coconut water to the gym isn’t ideal, you might try grabbing a mini-sized one.

Can diabetics drink coconut water?

Generally speaking, yes. Diabetics can enjoy a bottle of fresh coconut water. It’s always better if you choose an unsweetened coconut water for this, though. Also, don’t go overboard when drinking pressed coconut water or even organic coconut water. While it is generally regarded as a healthy drink, moderation is still needed. Most would suggest just drinking about 1 to 2 cups of unsweetened, natural coconut water a day. Always consult a medical professional if you are unsure if you can incorporate coconut water into your diet. 

How do I store my coconut water?

The freshest of the fresh and natural coconut water has a shelf life of one day to two, tops! So, if you have that, enjoy it ASAP and do not store it for long.

As for other organic coconut water in the UK, we always recommend refrigeration - especially if it’s an opened bottle or carton already! If you have unopened and shelf-stable cartons of natural coconut water, any cool and dry place is ok for storage. Again, once opened, refrigerate your coconut water to help it stay fresh!

If you want to freeze your coconut water, you could. But the taste might be a little different. Once you’ve frozen and defrosted coconut water, do not refreeze them anymore!

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