Update: A new study soon to be published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease titled, "Coconut Oil Attenuates the Effects of Amyloid-β on Cortical Neurons In Vitro."[i] The study lends fresh experimental support to an accumulating body of anecdotal reports that coconut oil may alleviate and/or regress cognitive deficits associated with aging and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's" .
Summer brings sweating and dehydration as a daily challenge
especially for those of us that live in hot climates. Replenishing not
only fluid lost but the electrolytes as well is critical to ensure no
heat stroke, leg cramps, etc.Raw coconut water is said
to be the closest to human plasma so people as me what is it good for, I
respond, what do they give you plasma for in the hospital when they
start your IV?
Two Vietnam medics I've run into, said
that not only did they use raw coconut water when they couldn't get
human plasma, they preferred it with dramatically reduced rejection.
They commented about 1 in every 3 GI's they used human plasma had some
form of rejection. This could be minor rash or serious as cardiac
arrest. Raw coconut water was plentiful is Southeast Asia and many local
doctors used it exclusively on the heavy civilian injuries. They also
said it was used in World War II medics as well in tropical areas where
supply is close.
I've tried canned or room temp coconut
water and felt no different. It's the "raw" for me that made the
difference. It quenched my thirst and/or stopped the cramp. Again,
juiced in a vacuum (HPP - see my 5/6 entry) so no bacteria is possible
had only one option called Harmless Harvest. If you get a chance to grab "a pink one", it has more antioxidents.
Just another product to "fine tune" your High Performance Body Bucket List. Let me know how it worked for you!
Good travels on your Wellness Journey....