5 Homemade Natural Energy Drinks to Fuel Your Workout

5 Homemade Natural Energy Drinks to Fuel Your Workout

From the Page

We're your online guide to making conscious choices that help people, animals & the planet. Instead, prepare your own fresh, all-natural, and truly nourishing high-octane vegan sports drink! They are easy to make and loaded with nutrition and will keep you from binging after a long and tiring workout. All you need is a large sports bottle and an insulated lunch box to carry along your smoothies or juices. Don’t forget to put an ice pack inside your insulated lunchbox to help keep your freshly made drink cold for hours. Here are some amazing recipes to get your started. Spirulina is a protein-rich algae that contains 8 essential and 10 non-essential amino acids, potassium, energy giving B vitamins such as B1, B2, and B6, and magnesium, a mineral essential for energy. Tightly secure bottle cap and shake well. If you cannot stand the taste of spirulina, just take 500mg tablets and down them with the coconut water in between training or workouts. This can also be consumed as a pre-workout drink. Flax oil (or hempseed oil) will slow down the release of fruit sugar into the bloodstream, giving you a steady supply of energy for a few hours. Ingredients: 5 peeled, sweet, seedless oranges and 3 tablespoons of cold-pressed flax oil or hempseed oil. Directions: Add a little cold water (about half a cup) and blend. Great as a pre-workout drink. They are also high in vitamins B1, B2, B3, and B6, which all help convert food into energy; phosphorus, which helps reduce tiredness and increase physical endurance, and magnesium, a crucial nutrient for muscles and nerves. Romaine lettuce is high in thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and potassium. Add 1 cup of ice and salad greens or chopped romaine lettuce and process for 30 seconds to a minute. Put the 4 peeled bananas and blend until smooth. This is a great post-workout drink.

Visit Page

Found on

 

Related