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May 19, 2018 by Leanne Vogel July 18, 2018
An electrolyte-packed aloe lemonade, lightly sweetened with erythritol, plus cooling aloe, fresh lemon juice, and Himalayan rock salt to quench your thirst and keep you hydrated.
Summer is on the horizon and I’m already giddy at the thought of exploring, canoeing, hiking, swimming, and soaking up some much needed vitamin D. There are so many ways to utilize that keto energy, and I plan on taking advantage of them all!
Of course, I’ve gotta stay hydrated — keto flu is definitely not on my summer fun to-do list. That’s why I’m sharing this Keto Aloe Lemonade, perfect keeping those electrolytes in check so I can stave off keto “flu” and enjoy a summer packed with adventure. Plus, added aloe supports digestion, loads you up on antioxidant vitamins, and is super refreshing on a hot day. Winning.
This recipe is a great addition to an outdoor picnic, or you can fill up a canteen and drink on the go. Mmm, fresh lemonade.
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You could also swap out lemons for lime for a fun twist, just make sure you’re using fresh citrus juice (that’s a non-negotiable!).
Looking for more keto beverage inspiration? Here are a few awesome options, perfect for staying cool all summer long. Cheers!
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.