How to make Sport Drinks

I want to share with you two recipes of a healthier version of the store-bought sports drinks, with much less sugar and yet full of electrolytes!

This way your body can stay hydrated and keep your gut healthy and happy.

Healthy Sports Drink

Ingredients for 4 servings

• 1 quart of coconut water or brewed herbal tea

• 1/4 cup of juice for flavor

• Honey or maple syrup to taste

• Pinch of sea salt or Himalayan salt


• Splash of lemon

• Splash of lime

• 1 Tbsp of cal-mag powder


Stir all ingredients together to combine fully, and enjoy fresh!

Sole (pronounced so-lay) Salt Water

This is water that has been fully saturated with natural salt. This ancient remedy can help support hydration, detoxification, digestion, weight loss, blood sugar, energy, muscle cramps, and more.

Note 1: Consult your physician before drinking sole salt water if you have high blood pressure.

Note 2: Use only high-quality Himalayan salt. Do not use table salt, and avoid using metal lids or spoons.

Ingredients for 1 serving

• 8 ounces of filtered water

• 1 tbsp of finely ground Himalayan salt or Himalayan salt chunks*


1. Pour water into a glass jar with a plastic lid.

2. Stir in salt granules until dissolved completely. If using salt chunks, simply place a few small chunks

in the jar, and let sit overnight.

3. First thing each morning, before eating or drinking anything, stir 1 teaspoon of sole into a glass of

water, and drink.

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