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also add fresh mint, ginger or other natu- ral flavorings (BabyFoode.com). Heather Dessinger, a mom of three and


blogger of recipes and natural mothering tips from Santa Fe, Tennessee, makes a drink based on coconut water with lime juice, raw honey and sea salt for older kids


that play soccer or other warm-weather sports. Dessinger describes herself as a researcher and healthy living DIY fan (Mommypotamus.com). With homemade drinks, we know


exactly what is—and what isn’t—in them. Tey can be made in batches and kept in the


refrigerator. Dessinger relates, “I’ve found that when I make a batch with honey, which is naturally antimicrobial, and store it in the coldest part of the fridge, my homemade sports drink lasts for at least a week.”


Judith Fertig writes cookbooks plus foodie fiction from Overland Park, KS (JudithFertig.com).


Blackberry + Lemon + Mint Electrolyte Drink


Yields: 4 cups • 4 blackberries, fresh or frozen


• ½ lemon, juiced • 1 mint leaf • 1 Tbsp honey • ⅛ tsp Himalayan pink salt • 4 cups water, herbal iced tea or coconut water Place all ingredients in a


blender and set on high for 45 to 60 seconds or until fruit is completely puréed. Add ice to a water bottle


and pour electrolyte water on top to serve.


Popsicle Option: Follow the same instructions, but add an additional table-


spoon of honey, and then pour the electrolyte drink into popsicle molds and freeze overnight. Courtesy of Michele Olivier, Tinyurl.com/4SportsDrinks4Kids.


HEALTHY HYDRATING RECIPES Coconut & Lime Sports Drink


Yields: about 4½ cups of bolder taste for older kids • 3 cups coconut water • 1 cup water or more, based on preference in strength of flavor)


• ½ cup freshly squeezed lime juice (lemon is also delicious)


• ¼ tsp Celtic sea salt or other unrefined sea salt with trace minerals


• 2 Tbsp raw honey or maple syrup (or more to taste)


• Few drops of Concentrace mineral drops (optional) Mix all ingredients together


and store in a sealed glass container in the refrigerator for up to one week.


Adapted from a recipe courtesy of Heather Dessinger, Tinyurl.com/MoreSportsDrinks4Kids.


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