Refreshing Recovery Drink

Grabbing a sports drink for a quick burst of energy can be tempting when you're feeling sore and tired after an intense workout. Though if you are trying to cut back on sugar, that might not be the best choice—these drinks will likely do more harm than good to your body.

Instead of reaching for a traditional sports drink, try indulging in a Refreshing Recovery Drink—it'll help your muscles recover, replenish lost fluids and regain energy lost during your workout.

This easy-to-make recipe is loaded with the combined hydration power of coconut water, and sugar-free electrolytes will help you regain energy lost after a long run in the field or an extreme workout at the gym.

Refreshing Recovery Drink by @kwsher512

Ingredients

  • Root’d Multi 
  • Coconut Water 
  • Squeeze of lime 
  • Ice 

Steps

  1. Pour a packet of Root'd hydration powder in a glass of coconut water.
  2. Add a squeeze of lime for an extra flavor
  3. Give it a nice stir.
  4. Add ice cubes. Garnish with a slice of lime
  5. Serve and enjoy! 

Got a favorite way to mix your Root’d? Share your pictures and ingredients with the community @roothealth! We’d love to hear from you! 

Cheers to your health, 

The Root’d Team

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