Content And Young Coconut Water Benefits for Health.
Content And Young Coconut Water Benefits for Health -
Do you include people who like fruit – tropical fruit? probably one of the coconuts? indeed since the first we know that fruit – fruit is very good for our bodies. Due to the content of vitamins, minerals and fiber from the fruit itself. Also included with the coconuts and of course you also do not be surprised if it contains a lot of coconuts benefits and efficacy. But before I lay out the benefits, let us consider the coconut itself.
Coconut (Cocos nucifera), including species of palm that has a fairly large sized fruit. Trunks of palm trees stand tall and usually unbranched, and can reach 10-14 feet. Berpelepah leaves, to a length of 3-4 meters with fins that stick blade prop each. The fruit is covered with fibers and shells are strong enough to get the coconuts must be skinned first. Coconut is great and flourishing can generate 2-10 coconuts each stem. (Source: iptek.net.id).
Young Coconut Water Content
In general, coconut water contains 4.7 percent total solids, 2.6 percent sugar, 0.55 percent protein, 0.74 percent fat and 0.46 percent minerals. Nutrient composition of such a good cause coconut water can be used as a medium for microbial growth, such as Acetobacter xylinum for the production of nata de coco.
Benefits and efficacy of Young Coconut Water for Health:
Drinking coconut water regularly will treat dengue fever. Can also be taken with lime juice added.
Relieve fatigue and lethargy. Drink it with a little sugar and ice in order to feel more refreshed.
Being able to treat intestinal worms in children. Add a little lemon juice in a glass of coconut water. Drink up to 3 times a day.
Overcoming difficult urination and frequent urination. Because coconut water is able to clean the urinary tract.
Can eradicate intestinal worms. Drink coconut water regularly 3x a day with plus 1 teaspoon olive oil.
People who are pregnant and need a lot of fluids. Young coconut water is very good if consumed.
Being able to treat people who are intoxicated due to drugs or taking certain pills.
Young coconut water contains anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal similar to breast milk.
Keeping the body’s digestive functions.
Cope with nausea and vomiting.
Believed to break up kidney stones. People who suffer from kidney disease should consume coconut water in addition to a prescription from a doctor. Coconut water will soften the crust or mucus that forms in the kidney.
Young coconut water is an isotonic fluid. Actually many major beverage made from young coconut water good for fitness.
But not only will the water alone has many benefits, fruit / coconut meat also has many benefits as well loh .. Here’s the content and benefits of coconut meat.
Old coconut fruits containing high calories, amounting to 359 cal per 100 grams; older half coconut meat contains calories 180 cal per 100 grams and young coconut meat calories by 68 cal per 100 grams. Being an average calorific value contained in coconut water around 17 calories per 100 grams. Green coconut water, compared with other types of oil contains a lot of tannin or antidotes (anti-venom) the highest. Other chemical substances that stands out in the form of an enzyme that can break down toxic properties. The composition of the chemicals contained in coconut water include ascorbic acid or vitamin C, protein, fat, carbohydrate, calcium or potassium. The minerals contained in coconut water is iron, phosphorus and sugar consisting of glucose, fructose and sucrose. The water content contained in 95.5 grams of coconuts number of every 100 grams.
Efficacy and Benefits of Coconut
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How? interesting is not it about time this discussion coconuts, in fact we unknowingly turns a lot of things – things that we take for granted are actually extraordinary. Yes one of them coconuts that we discussed this time. Actually, nature already provides many benefits for us, so we should always keep our nature. For the sake of the preservation of flora and fauna. And palm trees too, of course .. so.
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