The Ingredient by the World’s Best Breed Grown and Nurtured

Phuket Coconut is made from the refreshing water encapsulated inside the Nam Hom and Nam Whan coconut, the unique variety that’s renowned for its distinctive sweet nutty taste and delightful aroma. These coconuts are sourced exclusively from our own community of local farmers, not being sourced seasonally at the lower price from the middleman.

“100% Locally Owned and Operated by Thai”

One Ingredient by the World’s Best Breed Grown and Nurtured

Phuket Coconut is made from the refreshing water encapsulated inside the Nam Hom and Nam Whan coconut, the unique variety that’s renowned for its distinctive sweet nutty taste and delightful aroma. These coconuts are sourced exclusively from our own community of local farmers, not being sourced seasonally at the lower price from the middleman.

“100% Locally Owned and Operated by Thai”

Benefits of Coconut Water —

Electrolytes are minerals such as potassium, sodium, magnesium, potassium, calcium and phosphorus that help maintain proper fluid levels in the body and regulate muscle function. When your body sheds fluids through prolonged sweating, vomiting or excessive use of laxatives or diuretics, mineral levels can dip and must be restored. For athletes, the most obvious symptom of electrolyte imbalance is muscle cramping, but other signs can include weakness, dizziness, and heart palpitations.

Benefits of Coconut Water — 

Coconut water contains even more potassium per serving than the famously potassium-potent banana, delivering about 600 milligrams per cup, versus 362 milligrams in a medium banana. Potassium depletion is often blamed if you experience muscle cramping during exercise. Mayo Clinic notes that potassium is especially important for regulating the function of muscle cells in the heart and that blood levels below 2.5 mmol/L constitute a medical emergency. Athletes who experience heart arrhythmia during exercise should consult a health-care professional to rule out an underlying heart condition.

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Benefits of Coconut Water — 

Magnesium is one of the most essential minerals in our diet. When our magnesium levels are low, our bodies will have very little energy. Anxiety, tension and heart palpitations are also signs of magnesium deficiency.

Magnesium deficiency can also contribute to many health problems and diseases such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, fibromyalgia and infertility.

Coconut water also good for:

  • Electrolyte balance
  • Daily hydration*
  • Muscle function
  • Energy and vitality

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Benefits of Coconut Water — 

One cup of coconut water provides about 58 milligrams of calcium. A cup of milk with 2 percent milk fat, by comparison, contains about 350 milligrams of calcium. Although calcium deficiency likely will not produce immediate symptoms, over time it can lead to osteoporosis, in which bones become increasingly porous and prone to breakage. The Food and Nutrition Board recommends adults between the ages of 19 and 50 get about 1,000 milligrams of dietary calcium per day.

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Benefits of Coconut Water —

Phosphous second to calcium, is the most abundant mineral in your body. The phosphate anion works closely with calcium to strengthen bones and teeth. Moreover, Phosphorus is essential to energy production within cells, which is necessary for tissue growth & repair, and is a major building block for cell membranes and DNA.

Most people receive the correct amount of phosphorus through their diets, but high levels of phosphate (hyperphosphatemia) are not uncommon and generally indicate kidney disease or calcium deficiency. Increased phosphate in the body has also been associated to increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Hypophosphatemia (phosphate deficiency) is much less common, but occurs most frequently in alcoholics and people with Crohn’s or celiac disease. Symptoms of hypophosphatemia include joint pain, weakened bones, fatigue and irregular breathing.

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Benefits of Coconut Water — 

One cup of coconut water provides more than 252 milligrams of sodium. Sodium works to maintain your body’s fluid balance; a low sodium level, or hyponatremia, is “the most common electrolyte disorder in the United States,” according to PubMed Health. Extreme hyponatremia is a potentially fatal condition caused when cells in the brain absorb too much fluid, causing the organ to swell within the confines of the skull. In a tragic incident in 2009, a 28-year-old Sacramento woman died after she participated in a radio station’s contest that challenged contenders to drink as much water as possible without going to the bathroom. Marathon runners who drink water too frequently during a race are also prone to the condition.

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A Glass Full of Nutrition

¬ Antioxidants
¬ Amino Acids
¬ Enzymes
¬ B-complex vitamins
¬ Vitamin C
¬ Fibre and Protein
¬ Minerals like iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese and zinc.

BENEFITS OF DRINKING COCONUT WATER

For Fitness

Thai Coconut water is nature’s own miracle sports drink. It has a similar chemical structure to human blood plasma which naturally provides effective hydration and mineral replenishment for aiding body and muscular functions.

For Aging Society

Thai Coconut water is nutritious, low in calories, fat free and has no cholesterol. It is also a very good source of potassium and a good source of magnesium. It contains other essential electrolytes, including calcium and phosphorus. Containing no refined sugars and with only one ingredient on its ingredient list.

For Beauty

Research has shown that Cytokine in coconut water helps regulate the growth of your skin cells. Additionally, Lauric Acid in coconut water reduces aging, balances pH and strengthens connective tissues of your skin while increasing your skin moisture. Natural electrolytes also  enhance the metabolism of the body. Therefore, coconut water is very beneficial for those struggling with their weight.

Remark

*Pregnant women should not consume coconut water in the first trimester of pregnancy. Please consult for doctor’s advice before consumption if experience hypertension.

Pure Liquid that Purified themselves. Naturally.

No added sugar
No artificial flavors and colors
No preservatives
Not from concentrate
Never heated

Few Calories, Fat free & Cholesterol free

Skin nourishment

Research has shown that Cytokine in coconut water helps regulate the growth of your skin cells. Additionally, Lauric Acid in coconut water reduces aging, balances pH and strengthens connective tissues of your skin while increasing your skin moisture.

Energy revitalization & Dehydration

Thanks to the abundance of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, coconut water is a great energy revitalizing drink. Coconut water contains a small portion of sugar and sodium concentration, which is much less than those of other sport drinks. On the other hand, it also contains a large portion of Sodium(Na), Potassium(K), Phosphorus(P), Calcium(Ca), Magnesium(Mg) , which help revive and enhance your energy.

Hypertension reduction

Research has shown that those with hypertension often have low potassium level in their body. Therefore, frequent consumption of coconut water can be effective at regulating high blood pressure, thanks to the high concentration of Potassium and Lauric Acid present in coconut water.

Weight loss

Coconut water is rich in natural electrolytes, which enhances the metabolism of the body. Therefore, thus making coconut water a beneficial for those struggling with their weight.

References - Benefits of Coconut Water

Acadamic Sources

Jean W. H. Yong, Liya Ge, Yan Fei Ng and Swee Ngin Tan *

The Chemical Composition and Biological Properties of Coconut (Cocos nucifera L.) Water, Molecules 2009, 14, 5144-5164; doi:10.3390/molecules14125144

Ajibogun O.A and Oboma Y.I.,

BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF COCONUT WATER: NIGERIA SPECIES, International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Sciences, Vol 1 (1), pp, 001-004 February ,2013

Saat M, Singh R, Gamini Sirisinghe R,Nawawi M.2002.

Rehydration after exercise with fresh young coconut water, carbohydrateelectrolyte beverage and plain water, J. Physiol. Anthropol. Appl. Hum. Sci. 21: 93–104.

Macalalag, E.V. and Macalalag, A.L. Bukolysis.1987.

Young coconut water renoclysis for urinary stone dissolution. Int Surg. 72:247.

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