People who have been using coconut water in their diet consider the water from coconut water a goldmine of nutrition. Lately, the popularity of it has soared incredibly and today it is considered one of the most preferred drinks among the dieters. You can find pure coconut milk packaged to different parts of the world from Brazil and several Asian countries that boast of high coconut productions.
In Jamaica, it is recommended as a tonic for good health and heart. Even the food and agriculture organization of United Nations has stated that coconut water is loaded with natural electrolytes.
Several experts have cited documented evidence about the high health benefits of it. However, this certainly does not mean that you should drink too much of this water.
The benefits of coconut water include lowering of blood pressure as it is high in potassium content and also contains arginine and magnesium in moderate amount.
It is also known for its anti-aging properties, anti-thrombolytic and anti-cancer effect as it contains plant hormones-cytokinins.
However, biologists are of the opinion that it takes regular and prolonged drinking of coconut water to get such results.
Despite all these traditional beliefs, the health experts such as Tania Ferraretto, a practicing accredited dietitian with the Nutrition Professionals Australia is of the opinion that the claims regarding coconut water nutritional facts are overrated and hence although it may not cause any harm it cannot be recommended as a diet supplement.