Sports drinks; Pocari Sweat and similar [Recipes] (5)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2007-04-19 11:31 ID:6ouOtpi9

What really good homemade sports drink recipes do you have?

Having been given a package of Pocari Sweat powder, I developed quite a fondness for the thing, but they don't sell it here, so I'm wondering if anyone happens to know a good recipe that approximates it. It's not as much the flavour I'm after as the effect it has on me, as it obviously hydrates better than plain water alone. I liked the powder as well as it easily enabled me to add more water than the pack said I should use.

Water mixed with some apple or orange juice and salt, along with eating a banana on the side, is one of the tips I've gotten, but it's a bit too much of a hassle, for me.

http://www.disen.org/nutrition/pages-to-edit/fluids.htm bas a few recipes, which I'm planning to try, but I figured I might as post my question here as well, and see if I got lucky.

2 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2007-04-19 11:38 ID:6ouOtpi9

from the link:

Hypotonic Drinks

  1. 100ml fruit squash

    900ml water
    1/5th teaspoon salt (1g)
  2. 250ml fruit juice

    750ml water 
    1/5th teaspoon salt (1g) 

 
Isotonic Drinks

  1. 50 - 70g glucose or sugar

    1 litre water or sugar free squash
    1/5th teaspoon salt (1g)
    Dissolve the glucose or sugar and salt in 100ml warm water before
    adding it to the remaining 900ml cold water or sugar free squash
  2. 500ml unsweetened fruit juice

    500ml water
    1/5th teaspoon salt (1g)
  3. 150ml High Juice squash

    850ml water
    1/5th teaspoon salt (1g)

3 Name: hi : 2017-06-28 20:04 ID:d7q60Qwa

hello there

4 Name: hey hi : 2018-03-18 00:29 ID:/4xjv1RB

1 tsb nosalt
1 tsp Himalayan pink salt
bit of crushed up magnesium tablet

boom

5 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2018-03-19 14:50 ID:OpMd/bJM

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