Top 3 Homemade, Natural and Hydrating Sports Drinks

Top 3 Homemade Natural Hydrating Sports Drink Recipes from @RevYourHealth

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Sometimes rehydrating after physical exertion with water is not sufficient. Water can cause bloating which supresses thirst and therefore drinking, plus water contains no carbohydrates or electrolytes.

Sports drinks are often the most effective way to rehydrate, but most of the top brands contain an abundant supply of sugar, artificial sweeteners, flavors and dyes.

Next time you need to rehydrate, don’t spend a fortune on commercial drinks like Gatorade and instead try making your own at home with only natural ingredients. Your body – and your wallet – will thank you for it!

Here are three fantastic recipes from around the blogosphere to help you do just that!

Calcium & Magnesium Enriched Sports Drink from WellnessMama.com

This is a great recipe since it contains added calcium and magnesium which are two of the main minerals expelled in our perspiration. Not only does this homemade sports drink hydrate, it also replaces essential minerals and is incredibly easy to make.

Click here for the full recipe from WellnessMama.com

Apple Cider Vinegar Sports Drink Recipe from EatDrinkBetter.com

Apple cider vinegar has a multitude of incredible health benefits which make it an effective ingredient to include in a sports drink. It has been found to prevent muscle fatigue after exercise, increase stamina and relieve joint pain.

Here is an easy-to-make apple cider vinegar sports drink recipe from EatDrinkBetter.com

Averie’s Coconut Water Sports Drink Recipe from LoveVeggiesandYoga.com

We wrote about coconut water a few weeks ago and its incredible hydrating properties, and we even included it in our top seven superfoods in the world. Coconut water is probably the best ingredient to use in an energy drink and Averie has a fantastic coconut water sports drink recipe.

Click here (and then scroll down a little) to see Averie’s coconut water sports drink recipe.

Commercially available sports drinks are expensive, they’re loaded with sugar and packed full of artificial ingredients. They may be doing your body more harm than good, so next time you need to rehydrate after exercise, try one of these homemade sports drinks recipes.

They’re fun to make, they’re healthy, and best of all… they’re all natural!

Which recipe is your favorite? Leave a comment below sharing your thoughts.

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Comments

  1. thanks for linking up my drink recipe!

  2. Have not tried those listed but I have found that ionized alkaline water from an electric water ionizer is super hydrating and naturally energizing. Since I started drinking it about 10 months ago I have found that I no longer need commercial energy drinks or caffeinated drinks to keep me going.

  3. RacheL H. says:

    Do you know of any truly healthy powdered (vitamin/sports) drinks??

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