Is it true that drinking coconut juice in the middle of practicing sports results in more arteriosclerosis?

NO. I know of no evidence that coconut water (aka coconut juice) increases atherosclerosis in any way, and, looking at the nutritional content of coconut water I see absolutely nothing in it that would cause atherosclerosis. Have you heard this, and if so, where? To learn more about what is in coconut water see http://www. Nutrition-and-you. Com/coconut-water. Html.

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Is it true that drinking coconut juice while playing sports results in arteriosclerosis?

No. Coconut water / juice is a lot like water with some sugars, potassium and antioxidants. Arteriosclerosis has not been associated with any specific activity.