Here are some recipes that have been discussed in our classes and training
Note: All measures, including calories, are approximate.
|Low Fat Milk (1%)||1.5 cup||150||20g||12g||3.5g|
|Orange Juice||.5 cup||45||5g||1g||0|
(Loblaw's Exact Vanilla)
|Frozen Fruit||1.5 cup||150||40g||2g||0|
|Nutritional Info||-||380 calories||67g Carb||21g Protein||4.5g Fat|
Homemade Fluid Replacement Drink (750ml bottle)
|Orange Juice||1 cup (235ml)|
|table sugar||2 tsp (32 cal/32g carb)|
|table salt||1/8 tsp (pinch) 290mg sodium (1 tsp = 2325 sodium)|
- An advantage of this drink is your ability to fine tune the amount of carb (sugar) and sodium (salt) according to your taste and digestive system.
- Method: Pour OJ into bottle. In a separate glass, dissolve salt and sugar in a small amount of hot water then add to bottle. Top up with cold water.
- OJ Considerations: No pulp means no fibre to affect digestion. Low acid again helps GI function. High calcium improves nutrient balance.
Fluid Replacement Drink Comparison (750ml)
(Unless otherwise indicated, all measures are in mg)
*100% RDA - denotes unknown