Conversely, coconut milk my family has enjoyed on many occasions. We've drunk this straight as well as I've used it in Thai cooking and have often mixed it into Pina Colada drinks. Unlike coconut juice, coconut milk is from expressed juice of mature coconuts mixed with water. While the latter may be tastier and also nutritious in some aspects, the problem with coconut milk is that it also much higher in calories, sugars, and fats.
This wide reaching sort of media attention is likely due -- at least in part -- to the claim that Amy & Brian's Coconut Juice is a natural isotonic beverage that is high in potassium (equivalent to a banana) and other electrolytes. This quickly absorbs into the body as it resembles plasma in its salt concentration. Not only that, this juice is lower in natural sugar and calories when compared not only with coconut milk but with most other popular fruit juices. All these attributes make it a great choice for drinking by both in-active and physically active kids and adults.
- The lime flavoring could be cut by half. Otherwise, these are really good for my lifestyle since I like to run and work out at the gym. I liked all three types that I tried. Daddy
- Though the lime variety was good, the drink without pulp or flavor tasted bland and watery and reminded me of the Pedialyte I once tasted before giving it to my baby triplets when they were sick. Mommy
- This is really delicious. It's clear and nice and light, fresh and healthy-tasting. Family Friend
- The lime was a little too "limey" for me. Why don't they make a Pulp with Lime variety? I've got an idea, they should come out with a Punch flavored coconut juice. That sounds weird -- I'm not even going to try it. Assorted Kid Reactions
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