6 low-carb hydration drinks

6 low-carb hydration drinks
Make up for lost fluids with low-carb drinks. You will also avoid the unpleasant symptoms of dehydration.
Recipe 1-Mix 1dcl of blueberry juice, 1 dcl of currant juice, juice of one lemon and 5 dcl of mild mineral water. Make a mixture of these ingredients. Drink throughout the day. The drink is an excellent rehydration agent because red fruit improves blood quality and prevents dehydration.
Recipe 2-One tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, 1 dcl of cider juice, 1 liter of water with a tablespoon of honey. Dissolve vinegar and honey in water. Add carrot juice. Drink throughout the day. This drink is great for compensating for lost electrolytes.
Recipe 3-5 dcl of green tea, 5 dcl of cherry juice, juice of one orange, one tablespoon of fructose, 5 dcl of water. Mix the ingredients. Drink throughout the day. This mixture is great for rehydrating the body because it provides the optimal amount of minerals and vitamins.
Recipe 4-tea mixture of one tablespoon of rose hips, hibiscus and lemon balm, ginger root about 3 cm long (about 20 grams), one tablespoon of honey and 1 liter of boiling water. Pour water over the tea mixture and ginger. Leave for about half an hour. Add honey. The drink is not drunk cold but kept at room temperature.
Recipe 5-2 tablespoons of dextrose, juice of 2 lemons, go with ¼ salt. Mix all ingredients. Drink after meals. People with diabetes can drink this drink after an evening walk.
Recipe 6-0.5 l of cranberry juice, juice of half a lemon, 2 dcl of apple juice, one tablespoon of dextrose, ¼ tablespoons of salt, 0.5 dcl of mild mineral water. Mix the ingredients. Drink during the day after meals. Cranberry perfectly regulates kidney function. Dextrose and salt will compensate for the loss of electrolytes.

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