No need to buy branded ‘energy’ drinks, make your own, you know exactly what’s gone into them and you will save lots of money. Also the case that although you might prefer something other than plain water; Isotonic ‘energy’ drinks are not really required unless you are doing in excess of three hours continuous exercise, so fill those bottles with water from the tap!

Isotonic Drinks – Recipes

A.
40?80g sugar
1 litre warm water
1?1.5g (1/4 tsp) salt (optional)
Sugar free squash for flavour

B.
200ml fruit juice
800ml water
1?1.5g (1/4 tsp) salt (optional)

C.
500ml fruit juice
500ml water
1?1.5g (1/4 tsp) salt (optional)

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