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Is drinking tender coconut water good for gastritis ?

I was wondering whether by drinking tender coconut water we can reduce the gastritis or not as I not able to get the correct answer from any where. So please can guys help me?
Asked On : Thu, 6 Oct 2011
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tender coconut water is a fluid rich in salts like potassium, sodium,magnesium etc. Hence they are good energy drink. It can reduce stomach acidity to a certain extent. But i suggest you to get evaluated so that your gastritis is not caused because of infection by H Pylori or drug abuse like aspirin, ibubrufen. Also excessive smoking, alcohol consumption can cause gastritis, so only drinking tender coconut water wont benefit you much till the other causes are addressed. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 23 Oct 2011
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welcome to health care magic
yes it is.coconut water is very light to digest and it has cooling effect on stomach and help in reducing gastirits definately ,,it cool down inflammation ,,
take care
Answered: Fri, 7 Oct 2011
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