A steaming cup of masala-chai is my favorite energy drink. It takes away all of my fatigue almost immediately. Coconut water, nature’s energy drink, is another good option. It has lots of vitamins and is low in calories. After exercising, due to sweating and diarrhea, electrolytes become more important. These electrolytes must be replenished, or you could suffer from muscle fatigue, cramps and dizziness. Many energy and sports drinks have high sugar levels and many unpronounceable ingredients. Many gym-goers drink them without realizing how much sugar, artificial flavoring, coloring, and other ingredients they are consuming. You can make delicious energy drinks from fruits, vegetables, and a little bit of sugar and salt.
Coconut Water and LimeCoconut Water have enough nutrients to make them great energy drinks. Many athletes swear by it and keep a bottle on hand during and after workouts. It’s a blessing to live in a country with coconut water readily available. This recipe contains coconut water with a variety of refreshing ingredients. It will make you feel energized right away.
Combine the honey, salt, and lime juice in a large glass. Blend until all honey is dissolved completely. Mix in the coconut water and then drink. You can cool the coconut water, but you may also want to add a few ice cubes.
Coconut Water This refreshing drink uses the electrolytes of the coconut and combines them with the antioxidants of your tea. The cucumbers will quickly cool you down.
Cut your cucumber into small pieces and place them in the refrigerator. The rest of the recipe can be done while you wait. Combine the honey, coconut water, salt, green tea, and turmeric in a large bowl. Stir. Add the cucumber slices to the mixture and mix well.
Green Mango Refresher. My dear Aam Panna inspired this recipe. We are familiar with green mangoes and the salt + spice combination, so this drink will be easy to make. Kacchi Kairi is the taste of summer. It is a season that is rapidly approaching.
After washing the mangoes:
- Boil them until they are softened.
- Let them cool down, then peel the mangoes and mash the pulp.
- Strain as much pulp as possible.
Add the sugar, chili powder, and salt to the pulp. Stir until well blended. Now is the time for tasting. Do you need more sugar? You can have as much sugar as you like, but don’t overdo it! After everything has cooled, please place it in the refrigerator. Then add the soda.
Kokum Energy Drink I used store-bought Kokumsyrup for this drink. I’ve never made my own. Davar & Co in Mumbai sold the syrup I used. However, any syrup will work. You can add jeera to the drink for a touch of warmth, but I prefer it with no.
Mix in the kokum syrup and the salt. Pour the coconut water into a large bowl. Add the lemon juice to give it a stronger taste. You can add sugar depending on the syrup you use, but keep it in check. It is not a good idea to drink just one sip of your lost calories.
Banana Smoothie Bananas and coconut water both have high levels of potassium. This makes them a powerful combination. Although I wouldn’t say I like fruit juices, I think it is necessary to enhance the drink’s flavor.
Spinach and Pineapple, The bitter earthiness of Spinach will be masked by the sweet sweetness of the fresh fruit. The lemon will add electrolytes, while the apple will supply natural sugar and potassium.