Beat Out Office Stress with Tropicana Coco Quench

Posted: August 8, 2014 in My Runs
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Beating office stress with coconut water

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Too much work can cause stress and major health problems including heart disease, depression, headaches, diabetes, and obesity.

Unfortunately, we exacerbate the issue because we tend to eat unhealthy food during stressful moments at work. Unhealthy snacks are always the top of mind choice because they are always within reach and provide immediate comfort due to the high salt or sugar content. Although they are convenient, eating these types of food can cause more stress than relief in the long run.

The high sodium content with junk and fast food is your ultimate enemy. Although they may seem nutrient packed, the high sodium content hinders your body from absorbing these nutrients. So what to do? If not junk and fast food, what do you do to keep yourself awake, alive, and sane during crunch time?

Start your day at the office with coconut water. It’s a smart tactic to keep you cool and collected. Without proper hydration, you’ll get hungry and flustered. Coconut water is a natural elixir, with simple carbohydrates and electrolytes, with less natural sugar compared to other drinks. Also, it contains no fat and is low in calories, and the taste is refreshing.

With Tetra Pak’s six-layer packaging technology, you can now store your healthy dose of anti-stress coconut water in the office. Best served chilled and with officemates. Tropicana Coco Quench is available in 1L and 330-ml ready–to-drink pack. – Press Release

 

 

 

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