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A homemade electrolyte drink that provides you and your family natural hydration, especially during colds, flu, food poisoning, breastfeeding, sports, and other physical exertion.
Jenny Trowbridge saved to Drinks
There has been an icky, unwelcome guest hanging out at the Hodge house lately, bringing with him the need for ER visits, lots of drugs, ...
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It may look surprising but, you can make your electrolyte water at home can be easily made with the ingredients available in your kitchen.
To prevent too much liquid being lost from the child's body, an effective oral rehydration solution can be made using ingredients found in almost every household. One of these drinks should be given to the child every time a watery stool is passed. Ideally these drinks (preferably those that have been boiled) should contain: starches and/or sugars as a source of glucose and energy, some sodium and preferably some potassium.
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Most kids don’t need IVs to get back on their feet after a bout of vomiting or diarrhea. Here’s what you need to know to get through the stomach flu.
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Traveling? This recipe is tasty, simple and naturally hydrating.
I’m in Sicily right now. I don’t know why I picked to come here in July – it’s the hottest month and to be perfectly honest, it’s brutal. You know the kind of unforgiving sun that just burns through your skin like a laser? Yet, I could not sit still so I ventured out […]
- • 1 tbsp Honey, raw local
- • 1/4 cup Lemon or lime juice, freshly squeezed
Baking & Spices
- • 1/2 tsp Cream of tartar
- • 1 tsp Sea salt
- • 1 qt Sparkling water
- • 1 Ice
Shannon Rowell saved to Food & Drink