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Bone broth for post-workout

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created January 06, 2012 at 10:57 PM

I was wondering if bone broth with a little added unrefined sea salt could be a decent recovery drink? I know it doesn't have potassium but I'm low carb and have a lot of weight to lose so I'm not interested in coconut water or tubers. I had some cold from my fridge after my run today and it was very refreshing. Besides lo-salt is there anything else I could add to it for potassium or is it even necessary?

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on January 06, 2012
at 11:52 PM

Oh ok...sorry. Honestly...I have no opinion on whether it's healthy or not but the only other thing I can think of to do is use potassium tabs.

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on January 06, 2012
at 11:16 PM

Yeah that's what I meant by lo-salt. I just wonder how healthy it is so refined and all.

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on January 06, 2012
at 11:06 PM

I don't know if this will be helpful for you, but I put a shot of apple cider vinegar when I make a batch of bone broth. It has trace amounts of potassium and aids in my digestion.

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on January 06, 2012
at 11:01 PM

You could just use the Morton's Lite instead of the unrefined sea salt. It has potassium chloride. It keeps the leg cramps away.

7c9f81d68c78de1a31eab9c91c17b4b8

on January 06, 2012
at 11:52 PM

Oh ok...sorry. Honestly...I have no opinion on whether it's healthy or not but the only other thing I can think of to do is use potassium tabs.

1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

(10904)

on January 06, 2012
at 11:16 PM

Yeah that's what I meant by lo-salt. I just wonder how healthy it is so refined and all.

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