Could Coconut Water Be Madonna’s Secret Weapon?

We know that celebrities dump tons of money on health and beauty products every year.  They are also known for being pioneers in this field.  Their trend setting ways are followed by billions.  The minute they reveal their newest fountain of youth, people are in stores and gyms everywhere trying to duplicate the ways of their favorite “flawless” mentor.

In a previous article we wrote about the wonders of coconut water.  Now, it seems to have hit Hollywood.  Madonna has sunk $ 1.5 million dollars into a product called “Vita Coco.”  She also convince Matthew McConaughey, Demi Moore, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis, to invest in this company.

Coconut water is  a natural isotonic beverage, with the same level of electrolytic balance as we have in our blood. In fact, there are many reports of the use of Coconut Water as an emergency intravenous fluid during World War II in the Pacific area. (Coconut Water has been found to be sterile, pyrogen-free and ready to use.)

In addition to the rehydrating properties of Coconut water, other benefits are claimed to:

  • Lower arterial pressure.
  • Eliminate swelling in hands and feet.
  • Normalize the intestinal function and raise metabolism.
  • Relieve spasms and stomach pain.
  • Ease burns.
  • Heal damage induced by antibiotics and toxins in the digestive tract.
  • Boost poor circulation.
  • Balances pH- reducing cancer risk. (source)

No wonder the celebrities love it!  For more information click on our link to read “The Perfect Sports Drink.”

Adria Ali

Comments

  1. QUEENANGEL says

    COOL…THEY MENTIONED USING COCONUT WATER INTRAVENOUSLY DURING WORLD WAR 1 ON FOOD NETWORK THIS WEEKEND DURING, CHEFS V/S CHEFS CHALLENGE!

  2. Hanna says

    I’m glad that the celebrities I like are promoting a drink I love. Mmmm I need me some Vita Coco!

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