H2COCO Coconut Water
Thirst quenching, light and refreshing the H2 Coco Cocoanut Water has hit the spot with the perfect combination of coconut and pineapple. Low in calories, it has no added sugars or preservatives you would usually find in bottled beverages. It’s natural and packed with essential electrolytes to optimise vitality and peak performance.
Excellent for replenishing solutes and fluids lost through sweating and exercise. I recommend it for anyone who works out vigorously for over 30 minutes, or trains outdoors in the multitude of conditions. It’s ideal to help you stay hydrated when you are out in the sun or heat for prolonged periods. I enjoy mine chilled post hiking up the Mt Dandenong 1000 steps.
If you are conscious about your health or waistline, it’s a portable and great tasting alternative at social gatherings when the sweet alcoholic beverages are abundant. If you want to make an investment in your health and well-being and avoid some of the holiday season indulgences, enjoy guilt-free! And still lavish in the fruity tastes of summer.
Hot tip: I use it to soak my overnight oats for a fresh twist to my breakfast.
Article was written by @Amy_Benn_ for @fitnessfashionBlogger
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