About Coconut Minerals:
Coconut water is the liquid formed naturally inside the shell of a coconut. Naturally packed full of vitamins and minerals it offers a great tasting way to rehydrate and is virtually fat free. Coconut water contains natural fruit sugars, making it a fantastic way to replenish energy stores and electrolytes lost during training.
coco minerals powder is the choice for anyone that participates in intense exercise, particularly endurance training and prolonged periods of exercise where fluids and electrolytes will be lost through sweating. Optimum hydration is key for both muscle and brain function, so coco minerals works for the elite sports person right through to children whose parents wish to avoid high sugar drinks. Hydrate using nature's natural methods!
coco minerals offers all the rehydration, electrolytes and energy powers of fresh coconut water, at an affordable price, packaged for ultimate convenience in a powder. Simply add it to your water, flavoured drinks or even smoothies to reap the benefits on the go.
All-natural alternative to expensive energy drinks: mix between 2g & 5g of coco minerals with 100ml of water to product a hypotonic solution (drink) to supplement daily carbohydrate and electrolyte intake.
During workouts: mix 7g of coco minerals with 100ml of water to product an isotonic solution (drink), providing a similar concentration of electrolytes and sugars as your blood. At this concentration you will quickly replenish fluids lost through sweating and receiev an all-natural energy boost. This dose would be the choice of most athletes, is particularly beneficial to middle/long distance runners and those athletes involved in multi-sport disciplines such as Triathlon.
Post workout: mix between 9g & 12g of coco minerals with 100m of water to product a hypertonic solution (drink), best used straight after an intensive workout to replenish lost electrolytes and glycogen levels. This dose is the ideal post-exercise with its higher concentrations of electrolytes and sugar concentrations usually found in your blood.