Choose coconuts that don’t have any cracks in them and feel heavy and full.
Overconsumption of coconuts can be very harmful to our heart and increases the risk of heart attack and stroke because of the high amount of fats present in coconut.(2)
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Coconut is a fruit, which is enclosed in a rough orange or brown husk. It is actually a one-seeded fruit. In coconut, the white fleshy portion of the seed is edible and is even used fresh or dried in cooking various recipes.