How To Make Your Own Electrolyte Energy Drink

Make Your Own Electrolyte Energy Drink

Electrolytes are basically salts. The body consists of potassium, bicarbonate, sodium, phosphate, magnesium, calcium, chloride and sulfate as major electrolytes, which help to regulate the functioning of the muscles and nerves.

The cells of your body use these electrolytes to manage voltage and carry electrical impulses across the plasma membranes to other cells. There's a loss of electrolytes in your body if you suffer from heavy sweating, diarrhea, illness, fatigue, and certain health problems.

5 Electrolyte Drinks to Make at Home

1. DIY Ginger Electrolyte Drink

Salt (unrefined only) is loaded with several minerals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. It helps to replenish the reserve of sodium in the body declining with sweating, thereby maintaining the cell voltage in the body. Along with that, it also helps to balance stress hormones and reduce adrenaline fatigue.

Ginger in this recipe aids in proper digestion and soothes your stomach. It additionally helps to remove the microbes causing infections since it has anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. When mixed with sea salt, ginger works as a wonderful concoction to make us feel rejuvenated.

Being loaded with vitamin C, citric acid, calcium, and potassium, lemons replenish the lost electrolytes in our body, thus boosting the immune system. Plus, it also promotes the energy boosters, thus boosting the recovery of the lost electrolytes.

Honey, a natural sweetener, is rich in enzymes & essential minerals, which help the body to absorb the salt. Moreover, it also helps to treat sore throats, cough, and cold.

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2. DIY Cranberry Electrolyte Drink

Cranberry is useful for rejuvenating the depleted electrolytes and cleansing your kidneys and bladder.

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3. DIY Chia Seeds Electrolyte Drink

Chia seeds can restore the essential electrolyte, as they are full of omega-3, potassium, calcium, proteins, fiber and have antioxidants. They make you stay refreshed and hydrated throughout the day.

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4. DIY Orange & Lemon Delight

Citrus fruits such as orange juice and lemon juice are filled with vitamin C, calcium and potassium content and are particularly rich in electrolytes.

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5. DIY Coconut Water & Green Tea Electrolyte Drink

Plain water alone does not contain any electrolytes to replace the lost during exercise but Coconut Water consists of potassium and sodium, which are helpful for replacing the lost electrolytes.

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