Hydrating Electrolyte Ginger Lemonade
Updated: May 10
This lemonade supplies vitamins, minerals and electrolytes to hydrate and refresh you!
Apple cider vinegar contains the electrolytes potassium, magnesium, and calcium, which are important for regulating chemical reactions and maintaining fluid balance in cells. You're probably familiar with those nasty, sugar-laden, neon-colored electrolyte drinks and powders marketed to athletes. Try this recipe instead to replenish your body with these essential electrolytes!
Not only is apple cider vinegar great at helping to maintain function, but it also contains several vitamins and nutrients the body needs as well.
Apple cider vinegar is loaded with B vitamins from B1, B2, B6, biotin (B7), the natural easy to use form of what is commonly known as folic acid(b9), niacin (B3), and pantothenic acid B5), And vitamin C. All B vitamins help convert carbohydrates, fats and proteins into the proper fuel and building blocks the body uses. Vitamin C is legendary in its function in the immune system, as well as supporting healthy inflammation levels and regulating the effects of free radicals.
It will also help soothe digestion with the naturally occurring probiotics and prebiotics, ginger in the fire cider AND added ginger beer. Try it before or after your meals.