Exotic, delicious, fresh, and natural…coconuts are a consumable fruit. And coconut drinks have been around for a long time! There’s a very clear, clean liquid inside young green coconuts along with the tasty white ‘flesh’ inside of the coconut. Coconut water has been a popular drink in tropical countries, plus it has a host of health benefits. Coconut water prevents kidney stones, coconut water has more health benefits than sports drinks, it is higher in potassium and magnesium. It has less sodium, lower calories, and has been known to be able to substitute blood plasma in a pinch. Coconut water is sterile and has a good pH level for the human body. Sounds like a miracle drink huh? It’s also refreshing and delicious, especially when fresh. Now let’s draw mother nature’s most fabulous drink!
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Drawing an Exotic Tropical Coconut Drink (Like on Vacation!)
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Fun Facts About Coconut Water Drinks
- The name coconut derives from coco, which means “head” or “skull” an Old Portuguese and Spanish term. Coconuts are obtained from coconut trees and their varieties (Cocos nucifera).
- In coconut plantations, coconut trees are cultivated on a commercial basis. For thousands of years, humans have been using coconuts.
- Coconut is not a shell, but a drupe, botanically speaking.
- Indonesia produced over 29 percent of the world’s coconut supply in 2018, based on FAOSTAT data.
- One serving of 100 grams of coconut contains 354 calories and contains 33 grams of fat. One serving of 100 grams of coconut contains no cholesterol. 15 grams of carbs and 20 milligrams of sodium is in 100 gram of coconut.
- To harvest their coconuts, coconut farmers in Thailand train pigtailed macaques. Up to 1600 coconuts, a day can be picked by a professional macaque, while about 100 can be picked by a person.
- Not only is coconut water sterile, but it also functions exceptionally well as a sports/hydration drink, is almost isotonic like human blood, and can also be used as an IV fluid in an emergency.
- Oreos are made with coconut oil in Canada, which gives them a taste unique from their US counterparts.
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