Homemade Gatorade

How To Make

Conventional Gatorade does replenish electrolytes, but it also contains added sugar, artificial dyes, and preservatives. 



own gatorade

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48 g sugar

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Red 40

4 Real Food Ingredients

Homemade Gatorade:

Citrus juices are rich in potassium, calcium and magnesium. Try orange, lemon/lime, or tart cherry juice in your homemade gatorade.

1/2 Cup Citrus Juice

*preferably not from concentrate!

Pure coconut water without added sugar. Coconut contains natural sugars and essential electrolytes. making it the perfect ingredient to add.

1/2 Cup Coconut Water

Opt for unrefined mineral salt for the best benefits. My favorite is Redmonds real salt. 

1/4 Teaspoon Salt

This depends on how concentrated you want your homemade gatorade to be. I prefer to drink mine without any water, but it's up to you! 

Optional: 1/2 - 1 Cup Water

– 480 mg potassium – 7 mg magnesium – 20 mg vitamin C – 75 mg calcium – 530 mg sodium

1 Serving Provides:

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