What do we know about coconut water other than it comes from a coconut? Well, we know that the water comes from this hard ball, it has a sweet taste and it is a clear liquid. Some may confuse the coconut water with coconut milk. It's different, though. Coconut water is extracted from a coconut that has not matured yet. It's green, in fact, when it goes through the process.
The coconut water doesn't have fat content like its mother, coconut milk so it has less calories and it has more potassium than any drink that the typical athlete would consume. This ingredient is in Ultra-Shake's Yogi Bliss Mango Amalaki Shake. Just one drink (unflavored) contains less than 6 calories and only 1.3 grams of sugar compared to a few of the fruit juices, sports drinks or soft drinks. The protein shake is easy to digest and has plenty of medicinal benefits. It's without a doubt better for you and better for the kids.
If you are looking for that cool, refreshing smoothie, ask for Ultra-Shake's Yogi Bliss Mango Amalaki Shake. It has plenty of electrolytes and minerals to keep dehydration away. If you don't like the taste of plain water, this could be a tasty alternative.
In addition to the benefits listed above, it is a cure for the hangover. Coconut water is one of the key ingredients in the Yogi Bliss Ultra Shake, which is a great tasting superfood smoothie and protein shake. It also has healing properties that people have counted on for a number of decades. It is good for when your stomach is upset and it is low in carbohydrates. Outside of being a healing element, the people in India use as a part of their religious practices. With this being said, can you find a reason not to try Ultra-Shake's Yogi Bliss Mango Amalaki Shake?