Electrolytes

Electrolytes

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6 Responses to “Electrolytes”

  1. Marina Galindo

    Interested in better nutrition

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  2. Donny ( Your Own Evolution )

    Great Content, I used the apple and celery alot, I read it has the perfect pot / sod ratio for recovery, I also add cucumber on hot days for abit more juice which really hydrates.

    Great stuff and keep writing and helping people

    Donny

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  3. Maritza

    is it crucial to use sea salt when making the recipe with the maple syrup? I have kosher salt and pink himalayan salt but I don’t have sea salt on hand. I was wondering if the sea salt has something that the other types of salt don’t. Thanks in advance, and I love your blog Food Babe!!!

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  4. jen

    Is it necessary to juice the apple celery and lemon or could you just eat them? Not that eating a lemon would be pleasant, but I need to know if the juicing part is nesessary.

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