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Salty Ginger and Lemon Moisturizing Lemonade Recipe for Athletes

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Summer arrives, the heat arrives and dehydration arrives, which if in daily life it already disorients us and makes us lose physical and mental faculties, during exercise it not only decreases our sporting performance, it can also lead us to severe dehydration that ends up in the emergency room.

We all already know very well the importance of hydrating ourselves before, during and after exercise, not only with water, but also with mineral salts that are lost when sweating and that must be replaced, hence the importance of drinking water with salts, and there are many Products on the market to add to water while doing sports or after, are convenient.

Salty Ginger and Lemon Moisturizing Lemonade Recipe for Athletes.

Ingredients for 1 Litre.

  • 1 litre of filtered or boiled water.
  • 10 thin slices of peeled organic ginger root.
  • Juice of one organic lemon.
  • Organic lemon zest.
  • Half a teaspoon of baking soda.
  • Half a teaspoon of Himalayan salt or sea salt.
  • 1 tablespoon honey.

Preparation of Salty Ginger and Lemon Moisturizing Lemonade Recipe for Athletes.

1. Fresh Cold Ginger and Lemon Lemonade.

Add all the ingredients to the blender glass or food processor with a glass of water and beat everything at maximum speed so that it mixes well. Add the rest of the cold water and beat again. Store in the refrigerator or add ice cubes to keep it very cold. It keeps for several days in the refrigerator.

Store the ginger and lemon lemonade in the freezer for the hottest days.

Tip : Pour the lemonade into the bicycle or sports bottle without reaching the edge and freeze the bottles. This way you have frozen jars for very hot days, which you can fill to the top with water and lemon juice before going out and you will have a refreshing and cold lemonade during the hottest summer days. It’s perfect for cycling!

2.Cold Ginger and Lemon Infusion.

  1. First you have to make the infusion and let it cool to drink it fresh in summer
  2. Put the liter of water on the fire or heat it in a kettle and when it starts to boil, pour the water into a glass bottle in which you have already put the thin slices of organic ginger root and the zest of the peel of an organic lemon .
  3. Let the infusion rest for at least 10 minutes.
  4. When it is warm, add the tablespoon of honey, and the half teaspoons of coffee with the baking soda and the Himalayan or sea salt.
  5. Mix well, shaking, and let it cool a little more before adding the organic lemon juice.
  6. Store in the refrigerator or drink it hot.

This infusion version is different, you will notice the taste a little more bitter, not much, but its effects are more powerful because thanks to the heat, more phytonutrients can be extracted from the ginger root and lemon peel that act as anti-inflammatories.

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Tip : If you take it warm, you will notice its refreshing and energizing effects, even if it is very hot. It is a very curious and interesting effect.

Bottom Line.

Salty Ginger and Lemon Moisturizing Lemonade recipe is the ideal clean and hydrating drink for athletes. Not handiest does it offer vital electrolytes and hydration, but the combination of ginger and lemon offers extra fitness advantages. Incorporating this drink into your put up-exercise routine can help fill up lost fluids and nutrients, while additionally supporting basic health and healing. Give this recipe a try to enjoy the delicious and hydrating blessings for your self.

Be very careful with heat stroke!

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