Coco Fit Review
Often, people forget that drinking enough fluids and staying hydrated is an important part of living a healthy life.
Even athletes forget to replenish themselves properly after a long workout or heated game. That being said, part of the problem is a lack of quality sports and health drinks to choose from.
Sure, you have your Gatorades, Powerades and even Propel, but there aren’t nearly as many options to choose from when it comes to healthy drinks compared to all the weight loss and muscle building products that are available.
Along those lines, we’d like to introduce you to a new coconut-based drink called Coco Fit. Manufactured by a company called VPX, Coco Fit is supposedly high in nutritional value, great for re-hydration and very tasty as well.
In this review, we’ll take a look at different aspects of this health drink as we try and determine whether it lives up to its own hype, or if its just another product with lots of flair and no substance.
The Coconut Express
First things first, why has VPX chosen to make a coconut-based health drink?
For starters, coconut water/juice is actually very healthy for you. In fact, some studies claim that it is even healthier to drink than water and leading sports drinks.
Because of its all-natural properties, coconut water is more than capable of re-hydrating a thirsty body. Further, its also proven to increase blood volume levels when drank consistently.
Basically, there’s a reason that people drink coconut in remote, tropical parts of the world beyond its sweet taste.
Speaking of taste, VPX has included two different “flavoring technologies” in Coco Fit to enhance its already sweet taste.
That said, what exactly are these “flavoring technologies”? We’re really not sure. But one perk about them is the fact that they contain high amounts of antioxidants.
If you’re familiar with antioxidants such as Vitamin C, you’ll know that they are great at eliminating free radicals and unwanted waste that can pose as dangers to a body.
Alongside a blend high in antioxidants coupled with the benefits of coconut water, Coco Fit also contains Omenga 3 Fats and Vitamin D.
All in all, there is no reason to doubt the nutritional value or taste of Coco Fit. Still, there are a few question marks surrounding this product.
In terms of our concerns associated with Coco Fit, we found it puzzling that a health drink such as itself would omit the strong use of minerals and electrolytes.
As is the case with drinks like Gatorade and Powerade, electrolytes can drastically help to replenish a body of lost nutrients and fluids after a strenuous workout.
Also, Coco Fit contains Phosphoric Acid, which may cause lower bone density among certain individuals according to several studies. If this is truly the case, then this is an obvious health risk that VPX has imposed upon a number of people by including this ingredient in Coco Fit.
In closing, we don’t doubt that Coco Fit can have a positive effect on people’s health – especially athletes and those who stay highly active.
Then again, if you factor in its cost ($3 per bottle) and the concerns we’ve brought to the forefront, we wonder how much upside this product truly has.
Basically, if you’re willing to try something new, then by all means give Coco Fit a whirl. But we wouldn’t be surprised if VPX has a difficult time selling this product and making it marketable.