Today’s Recipe: Greg’s Basic Sports Drink
If you’re exercising for longer than an hour or in extreme conditions (e.g. extreme heat), you want to ensure you have adequate carbohydrates and electrolytes to fuel your workout.
Commercial sports drinks are usually full of additives. However, you can make your own homemade sports drinks. Here is an easy recipe to follow:
1.5 litres water
juice from 3 lemons, limes, or oranges
1/2 tsp sea salt
1 tbsp honey
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