What is VitaMind Coconut Oil Water?
VitaMind Coconut Oil Water is exactly that – coconut water infused with coconut oil.This first-of-its-kind beverage provides all natural brain energy and intelligent hydration with just the twist of a cap.
When is the best time to drink VitaMind Coconut Oil Water?
Anytime! It can be used as a coffee replacement in the morning, an afternoon pick-me-up, before or after a workout, or simply to quench your thirst at any hour.
How many servings of VitaMind Coconut Oil Water can I drink per day?
We recommend enjoying between 1 and 4 servings per day.
How long does VitaMind Coconut Oil Water last after opening?
VitaMind Coconut Oil Water should be refrigerated and consumed within 48 hours after opening.
What are the benefits of VitaMind Coconut Oil Water?
VitaMind Coconut Oil Water is an all natural coconut oil and coconut water infusion. Coconut water contains 5 essential electrolytes (Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium and Sodium) and is an excellent source of hydration. Coconut oil contains “healthy fats” known as Medium-Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) which serve as an immediate source of energy for both the brain and the body.
What makes coconut oil a healthy fat, and what are MCTs?
Fats are also called Triglycerides, and under a microscope, look like beads on a string. These “fat strings” can be short, medium or long. Coconut oil contains three different medium-length strings, known as Medium-Chain Triglycerides (MCTs). The brain and the body convert MCTs into energy almost immediately. In other words,MCTs are NOT stored as body fat like other fats, but are used as fuel for the brain and body.
How does VitaMind Coconut Oil Water work on the mind?
This is going to get scientific - stick with us on this one! The body processes MCTs (healthy fats) found in coconut oil in the liver and converts them into ketones. The brain uses either sugar or ketones as an energy source. It’s no secret that sugar leads to a mental crash, and if not used as energy, sugar is stored in the body as fat.
Ketones, rather than sugar, are an alternative and efficient source of brain energy without causing a crash. When your brain runs on ketones, your mind feels invigorated.
How does VitaMind Coconut Oil Water work on the body?
Like the brain, muscles can also run on both sugar and fat (MCTs). At rest, muscles primarily use sugar as their main source of energy; however, during exercise, muscles preferentially use fat. MCTs are exactly the type of fat our muscles burn to produce energy for efficient sustained exercise. When not used, MCTs are not stored as body fat.
What are the benefits of coconut water?
Coconut water contains five essential electrolytes that are present in the human body: calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and sodium, and is an excellent source of hydration.
During extended periods of physical activity, the body loses mineral-rich fluids through sweat. VitaMind Coconut Oil Water serves as an excellent electrolyte replacement, with almost 160 mg of potassium and 80 mg of sodium in each bottle. This is in contrast to some popular sports drinks that may only contain half of the potassium and five times the amount of processed sugar.
So, what about the sugar?
VitaMind Coconut Oil Water was created with the health-conscious consumer in mind. With less than 1% of natural cane sugar added,we created a formula with the minimum amount of sugar necessary. The natural sweetener, Xylitol, has fewer calories than sugar, doesn’t increase blood glucose levels and even acts like a dietary soluble fiber. The natural sugar contents come from coconut water and natural fruit juices.
Who created the product?
VitaMind Coconut Oil Water is created by neurosurgeon and neuroscientist, Dr. Markus Chwajol.
Many years of experience operating on the brain and carrying out neuroscience research has lead Dr. Chwajol to believe that to empower the body one must first empower the mind.
VitaMind is dedicated to making real change in human performance and educating people about the importance of brain wellness without false advertisements and unsubstantiated marketing claims.