Monday, December 27th, 2021

What are the health benefits of the specific ingredients found in King Coconut water?

A. Isotonicity
King Coconut water is nature’s most complete isotonic drink. With an osmolality similar to that of our own plasma, King Coconut water is the perfect solution to rehydration and rejuvenation after exercise, exertion, sweat loss, or gastrointestinal fluid loss (vomiting, diarrhea). In fact, in cases of severe vomiting or diarrhea, replacing fluid loss with water alone can be dangerous, and if done in excess, fatal. In certain situations where solute replacement is as important as rehydration, as in gastroenteritis with vomiting and diarrhea, profound sweating, King Coconut water may indeed be the preferred choice.

B. Reduction of oxidative stress
The positive antioxidant effects of tender coconut water have been studied in laboratory settings. These positive effects include the reduction of oxidative stress in response to a variety of free radical generators, reduction in harmful lipid peroxidation, suppression of chronic inflammation, and generating increased levels of antioxidant enzymes.

C. Improving Lipid Profiles
King coconut water has been demonstrated to reduce total cholesterol levels, triglycerides, LDL (‘bad cholesterol’) levels and to optimize HDL (‘good cholesterol’) levels in controlled laboratory experiments.

D. Improving high blood pressure
King coconut water has been demonstrated to reduce systolic blood pressure, an important goal in preventing heart disease and stroke.

E. Protecting the Heart
King coconut water has demonstrable cardio-protective activity in experimental models of heart attacks.

F. Reducing Inflammation
Chronic inflammation has been linked with heart disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer and a host of other negative health effects. Tender coconut water has been shown to reduce inflammation in controlled laboratory settings through a pathway of reduced prostaglandin production.

G. Anti-clotting activity
The anti-thrombotic properties of king coconut water have been demonstrated in controlled laboratory settings, with important implications in preventing heart attacks and stroke.