Think Coconut Water Sounds Too Good to Be True? We Have News for You
Coconut water has become one of the coolest sippable superfoods on the block in recent years, and there are few things more refreshing than an ice-cold glass of it after a run or yoga session. But with health claims ranging from hydration and electrolytes to being a catch-all for glowing skin and the ultimate hangover cure, it’s natural to be skeptical of this stuff. In an effort to better understand the juice found inside the coconut fruit (not to be confused with coconut milk, which is mostly coconut meat), we turned to Kaleigh McMordie, RD. She helped us cut through the wellness-y health halo touted by coconut water—and turns out, this beverage is packed with a number of legitimate health benefits.