I have read all the benefits of coconut water and because my goal this year is to get DH, myself and the kids healthier I have decided to start having coconut water a few times a day but when I went looking to buy some I found that getting powered coconut water was cheaper which is great as the bottles or cans are very pricey but I don't want to buy it if it isn't as good. So who drinks coconut water and if you do is the powered version just as good as the liquid?
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08-06-2014 23:12 #1
08-06-2014 23:25 #2
Have you tasted coconut water? It is all pretty feral. Sorry to be unsupportive. Hopefully someone can give you some constructive responses.
08-06-2014 23:29 #3
08-06-2014 23:42 #4
Sorry no advice on the powered coconut water but I find the regular stuff quite nice 👍
09-06-2014 00:02 #5
What about using an unrefined coconut oil to make your own coconut water? From what I've read, unrefined has the most health benefits. I've bought a tub if the oil this week and while it is hard in the tub, it melts in no time even just sitting on your finger.
10-06-2014 08:03 #6
Tried plain coconut water yesterday after boot camp and I promptly threw up! DH had a one that had pineapple flavouring and liked it so might try that because it really seemed to help with post workout recovery. I am thinking about getting a water bottle that has a fruit tube thingo in the middle and buying freeze dried coconut water powder so I can use different fruits and make it to taste.
10-06-2014 08:22 #7
10-06-2014 08:23 #8
Yeh I don't like the taste of the water either ( or does DS unfortunately!) but my SIL ( naturopath) swears by it and drinks it daily - she said the power form is fine and to also add it to water when you are steaming or boiling veggies or add it to smoothies or other juices , which reminds me I might start doing this!
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