Coconuts are the tree grown foods of the coconut palm, naturally known as cocos nucifera, signifying "nut-bearing." Early Spanish voyagers called it coco, which signifies "monkey face" on the grounds that has three markings or "eyes" found at the base of the coconut. Coconuts are believed to be native to Southeast Asia, where they have been developed and utilized as a part of sustenance for a considerable length of time. Various coconut products can be found in the cuisine of many Asian countries, and they show up in other tropical diet regimens also, particularly in the Caribbean. Be that as it may, today it is developed in just about all the tropical nations.
The popularity of coconut doesn’t end with coconut water. A variety of coconut derived ingredients from coconut oil to coconut flour, desiccated coconut, coconut cream, coconut sugar and coconut milk which are increasingly being utilized as a part of home cooking, restaurants and packaged foods.
The coconut gives various health benefits and nutritious source of meat, juice, milk, and oil that has fed and nourished populations around the world.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF COCONUTS
- Improve digestion - accelerating digestion system, giving an immediate source of energy with less calories than other fats.
- Lose weight - stronger ability to go without consuming for a few hours with no influences of hypoglycemia.
- Stave off memory loss - Ability to aid memory loss and the symptoms of Alzheimer’s.
- Low Glycemic Index - Stabilize glucose levels.
- Kill bacteria
- Build cell - At the point when your metabolic rate expands, your cell recovery accelerates, as well. This implies that your body will is more rapidly replace old cells with fresher, healthier cells.
- Fight off viruses - Strengthens the Entire Immune System.
- Increase thyroid production - help to increase metabolism, energy and endurance.
- Fight infections
- Regulate hormones