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Homemade Electrolyte Popsicle Recipe


Homemade Electrolyte Popsicles Recipe

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If you have  children, you know how easy it is for them to pick up colds and the flu any time of the year. One way to keep them hydrated and to replenish their electrolytes is to give them electrolyte drinks. But commercial electrolyte drinks and commercial electrolyte popsicles are filled with artificial coloring and ingredients.


Tracey (DontMessWithMama.com) decided to make homemade electrolyte popsicles for her children. Popsicles help with hydration, and soothe the throat and stomach. In this article, she shares her recipe for Citrus Electrolyte Pops and a second recipe for Cherry Electrolyte pops. She uses fresh juices, organic sweeteners, filtered water and recommends a salt that has 84 trace minerals. Her recipes are well-written and she has recommendations on where to buy the ingredients.

Click on the Homemade Electrolyte Popsicle Recipe link to see both recipes.


Homemade Electrolyte Popsicles Recipe




Comments

  1. You can also get a drink called Wubba Water to freeze, which is an organic replacement for Pedialyte. Has no synthetic dyes, no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives and less than 2 grams of sugar/serving. Sold at Whole Foods in NY and on Amazon.

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