Yes, I know. I haven’t been on schedule with posting here.
I’ve just been super busy. Seems the time is flying by (can you believe it’s 2018 already?). And yes, I know that’s a cliché’ statement if there is one, but it’s true!
I’m still designing t-shirts and other garments…and I have a new book on the horizon. It’s scheduled for release on April 1st. I can only hope I have everything done by then.
Now even though I’ve been busy, I wanted to let you guys in on something.
You see, I know dehydration is a major problem. I covered this in my exercise safety book, but I figure you might be thinking that the only way to combat this is to rely on those sugary, chemical laden sports drink you find at the store. And that, my friends, isn’t appealing to those of you who prefer a cleaner approach to healthy living.
That’s why I’m excited to bring you this nifty infographic filled with a ton of cool info about how to make your own sports drink. In the end, it’s not only healthier, but it’ll be more cost efficient. Make a large batch and store it in a container.
And of course, know what’s going into your body.
Because remember this:
You ARE well-being.
So now that we’ve touched base (and please know I’m still around and I’ll be here, shamelessly plugging my latest projects), I’ll let you peruse the graphic below and hope you’ll be inspired to create your own homemade, natural and healthy solution to dehydration.
Healthy Homemade Hydration (Make Your Own Sports Drink)
Walk into any grocery or convenience store, and you’ll be confronted with shelf after shelf of drinks that promise to help you recover from exercise. Sports drinks are big business—and can be a big expense, if you drink them regularly.
What sports drinks fuel isn’t unnecessary, however. If you work out (or even just exert yourself normally) and get dehydrated, you can become seriously ill – enough to land you in the hospital. And if you don’t drink enough, your body might be tricked into thinking you’re hungry when you’re actually just thirsty.
Now while those sports drinks are good and essential, they’re pricey. So what’s the answer?
Well, to make some yourself, of course. What sports drinks are essentially doing is taking mildly salty water and giving it some flavor. The water hydrates, the salt helps with that, and the flavor makes it palatable.
Here’s how to do just that.
So? Do you think you’ll give this a shot? Let me know in the comments.
And if you do work out, do it safely. Check out A Simple Guide to Exercise Safety (What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You).
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