Need to recharge your system after a long run, tough workout, or an encounter with the keto flu monster? Try this EASY to make ketorade electrolyte drink recipe!
I’ve been tweaking this recipe for a few weeks, and I think I have to a point where I’d like to share it with YOU guys! It has both sodium and potassium, as well as a few other healthy ingredients.
Completely keto friendly!
Wondering when you should drink ketorade?
- When you are experiencing keto flu symptoms.
- Before or after intense exercise.
- During fat adaptation.
- If you are not able to get a total of 4700mg potassium from your food.
This batch makes about 4 cups of ketorade. I’d recommend sipping on it throughout the day and not all at once. It’s also good to consume potassium with food.
Ketorade Electrolyte Drink Recipe, Sodium and Potassium
- Credit: Ken Berry and his Wife Neisha for Original Idea
- To change the amount of sourness, adjust the amount of apple cider vinegar and lemon to taste.
- To change the sweetness, adjust the amount of stevia to taste.
- In a 32 Oz / 1 liter container, add apple cider vinegar, potassium powder, pink salt, stevia extract, and ginger.
- Squeeze 1/2 lemon into the container
- Add 3 cups of water.
- Mix ingredients until dissolved.
- Drop 1-2 lemon slices into container.
- Add ice to brim.
- Garnish with Mint Leaves.
It is best to use a stevia extract without any additional sweeteners added. But, if you are looking for a stronger sweetness, many stevias come packaged with erythritol. You can give these a try.
Going on a long hike? Don’t forget to take some ketorade with you!