Natural Orange-Coconut Gatorade

Gatorade (Powerade, etc.) is one of the worst things you could put in your body. It is made up of chemically treated and refined sugar (as much as soda), artificial colours and other ingredients which make you tired, on edge, grumpy and bloated. Most of these "electrolyte" drinks contain Brominated Vegetable Oil which is banned in Europe in Japan for causing acne, skin rashes and thyroid problems. 

Gatorade is used by athletes to replenish electrolytes. But what constitutes the electrolytes in gatorade? Chemically synthesized versions of potassium, magnesium, sodium and chloride which can all be found naturally from fruit and vegetables provided by Mother Earth!

This refreshing natural orange-coconut gatorade will leave you feeling 1000x better than any synthetic electrolyte drink out on the market!

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- 2 oranges, juiced (energy from natural fruit sugars)
- 1 cup fresh young thai coconut water (electrolytes like potassium and magnesium)
- 1 lemon, juiced (electrolytes)
- 4 celery stalks, juiced (optional; contains cell salts for sodium replenishment)

Mix the above ingredients together and add some ice cubes if you please! Enjoy!


  1. This sounds awesome. Especially after a long run on a warm day. Would love if I could pin it to pinterest. Are you set up for that?

    1. Hello! I will try to get set up for that! :)


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Carly is a blogger, raw vegan, and nutrition enthusiast! She emphasizes healthy eating through a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. Carly has taken her life-long passion of helping others and combined it with her passion for eating whole, raw foods, as a means to teach people to become more aware of the foods they eat. She has inspired and motivated thousands of individuals to critically think about what they put in their movies and to move towards a mind-set that helps them increase their consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables. She enjoys reading, and learning about the body, food processing mechanisms and has a keen interest in detox and life regeneration. "Eat fruit, and be happy and energized. Eat greens and other mineral dense vegetables and feel calm and steady. A recipe for good health!"

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