Thank You For Being A #BetterYou
3rd February 2017.
Well, we did it! A month of giveaways, a month of healthy choices, a month of motivation!
A big thank you to everyone who took part in the #BetterYou month. We appreciate all the things you shared with us! We've compiled a "Best Of" collection to show all the different kinds of advice you gave us on Twitter.
— Leah~** (@Mayorion2012) January 22, 2017
— lisa williams (@pinkwinkgirly) January 21, 2017
— angela farrey (@baaaf459) January 20, 2017
— emma✨ (@vhappyem) January 20, 2017
— Ezzie Marie ? (@ezziemakeup) January 20, 2017
— Joanne Bean (@plantbased_bean) January 18, 2017
— Bharat Mistry (@bsm139) January 14, 2017
Let's not stop at January. Continue your push to a #BetterYou in February, March and beyond and keep us posted with your great tips and advice!Read More
Week 3 of #BetterYou with GoCoco
23rd January 2017.
Where has the time gone?! Week 3 is in the books. What a week it's been. Everyone has been chipping in with great #BetterYou advice. From fitness to food, you have done us so proud, we love you.
Here a few of the highlights:
@GoCocoDrinks I make sure i turn all devices off half an hour before bed, have a hot drink and read a book to help me unwind and drift off!
— Rebecca (@RebeccaAomame) January 16, 2017
@GoCocoDrinks Ensure you get some good quality protein in you. 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight.
— Jay G (@AtterKing) January 17, 2017
— Joanne Bean (@Beanyjojo) January 18, 2017
— ✾⭐️Nic⭐️✾ (@nikewikewa) January 19, 2017
@GoCocoDrinks Plan out what days to hit the gym to start getting in a routine! Challenge yourself with small goals to keep motivation high!
— Laura ? (@ferrerorocker) January 20, 2017
— Leah~** (@Mayorion2012) January 21, 2017
— Ezzie Marie ? (@ezziemakeup) January 22, 2017
We've got just over a week to go until the end of January. So let's finish strong and keep this going into February.Read More
The GoCoco Coconut Water Nojito
5th July 2016.
Summer is well and truly here and whether it’s BBQ’s in the back garden, house parties or even just sitting in when the weather isn’t playing fair, we all deserve a drink that epitomises this time of year. What better drink than a mojito…and what better drink than one you can have guilt free. Let me introduce the GoCoco Coconut Water Nojito. That’s a non-alcoholic mojito to those not in the know.
Arrive and leave the party in style whilst looking ridiculously good looking drinking your new summer drink!
What you need:
- 1/2 a lime, cut into 3 wedges
- 2 sprigs of fresh mint
- 1/2 tsp of unrefined sugar
- Ice cubes
- 100ml of GoCoco Coconut Water
- 100ml of soda water
- A tumbler glass
Prep time: 5 minutes
- Add lime wedges into the glass, squeezing as you do. Watch out for those pips!
- Slap the mint off the back of your hand (it releases flavour) and add to the glass.
- Put in the sugar and muddle using the wrong end of a wooden spoon. Basically mix it up!
- Simple add the ice, the GoCoco and the soda water and stir.
- Pop in a straw (umbrellas are optional) and sit back and enjoy!
Once you’ve made it, send us a picture on social media!
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5 Fast Facts About Coconut Water Benefits
10th May 2016.
We here at the Coco Crib love our coconut water. It tastes great, cools you down after sport or in hot weather and you can use it in so many different ways; from smoothies to muesli to shakes. But if we can be serious for a minute, coconut water has great health benefits too.
Today we look at 5 fast facts about coconut water and its benefits to you!
Low in Calories
Compared to your average sports drink, coconut water has a lot less calories, 45 per serving than those loaded with unwanted sugars. Make the switch to GoCoco and you’ll feel the difference.
You need potassium to help your brain and nervous system work properly and one serving of coconut water can help you get 13% of your daily requirement. Stay on top of things and keep your wits about you.
Coconut water contains high concentrations of fibre and this will help to prevent indigestion and reduce acid reflux. Sure, it’s not most glamorous of benefits, but its an important one!
It is estimated that coconut water has a glycaemic load of just 3. This is a big different against drinks with sugar in them that would cause spikes in blood sugar levels.
A Potential Curer
Over indulged? GoCoco can replace the much needed electrolytes that your body needs to recover from dehydration and it can settle the stomach too. Get back to your best quicker!
We know many people use GoCoco for different reasons? Tweet us your favourite use for the product and let us know! Tweet to @GoCocoDrinksRead More