Electrolyte Lemonade

Homemade Electrolyte Drink

When you exercise or during hot weather, electrolytes play a vital role in preventing and fighting muscle cramps, fatigue, and headache. To rehydrate and restore lost minerals, you can now prepare a natural and refreshing electrolyte drink at home with just coconut water, raw organic honey, and citrus fruit, including lemon, lime and grapefruit.

Electrolyte Lemonade Recipe


Nutrition per serving
Net Carbs7 g2.5%
of which Sugars5 g5.6%
Fibers2.1 g7.3%
Fats0.3 g0.4%
of which Saturates0.2 g0.9%
of which Omega 30 g0.6%
Proteins1 g2.2%
Calcium35 mg3.5%
Vitamin A3 mcg0.4%
Vitamin C21 mg28.4%
Iron0.4 mg3%
Potassium288 mg8.2%
Sodium192 mg8.3%
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Kcal34 1.7%
Macro split
  • net carbs 67%
  • sugars 49%
  • fats 3%
  • saturates 2%
  • proteins 10%
  • fibers 20%
*RDA based on a 2000 kcal diet;
**Nutritional data sources: USDA, food labels.
34 per serving

Did you know you can make a tasty and refreshing homemade electrolyte lemonade instead of sipping those store-bought sport-drinks, usually loaded with refined sugars, artificial flavours and colours? Just follow our easy recipe!

Electrolytes like sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium are essential for proper muscle and brain functions. This electrolytes drink combines selected ingredients to help you rehydrate and restore those minerals lost after a workout session or during hot weather.

This recipe includes:

  • Citrus fruit and coconut water: they are naturally rich in electrolytes and give also a refreshing taste to this lemonade.

  • Salt: it's a source of sodium, but make sure you choose a high-quality salt to get more minerals, like pure Himalayan salt.

  • Water: it's essential to stay well hydrated.

  • Raw Organic Honey: it's a natural source of carbohydrates which provide energy to the working muscles that water cannot and thus essential during your workout.

This recipe will help you to recover when you feel fatigued or have muscle cramps or headaches because of dehydration. Make sure you also eat mineral-rich foods including dairy products or leafy greens for calcium - try our tasty kale crisps; bananas and avocados for potassium; nuts and seeds for magnesium - make these delicious cashew nut truffles.

If like us, you're into new ways to prepare healthy lemonades, try out also this detox spirulina lemonade.

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Measuring System
Lemon Juice30 mL
Lime Juice30 mL
Orange Juice20 mL
Pink Grapefruit Juice20 mL
Coconut Water180 mL
Cold Water250 mL
Himalayan Salt1 pinch
Grated Ginger1/2 tsp
Raw Organic Honey3 g

Step 1

To prepare this electrolyte lemonade, make sure you have good-quality fresh ingredients as they will provide more nutrients.

Juice the lemon, lime, orange, and pink grapefruit with the help of a citrus press juicer, extractor, or hand squeezer.

If you can, keep the mashed pulp and bits as they'll make your lemonade higher in fibres.

Step 1.1 of Electrolyte Lemonade Recipe

Step 2

Pour the juices into a blender bowl and add coconut water, cold water, Himalayan salt, freshly grated ginger, and raw organic honey.

Blitz until the ingredients are well mixed.

Serve this amazing electrolyte water right away with ice cubes and sprig of thyme.


Step 2.1 of Electrolyte Lemonade Recipe


  • Store this electrolyte lemonade in the fridge for 2 days in a tightly sealed bottle.

  • Instead of honey, you can use maple syrup, agave syrup, or zero-calorie erythritol.

  • Cucumber and pomegranate are other electrolyte-rich foods which can also be used to prepare this lemonade.