Ra’Co Natural Electrolyte Drink (the anti-Gatorade)

[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1546557739124{margin-right: 140px !important;margin-left: 140px !important;}”][vc_column][vc_column_text]Got to hydrate. Rache was puking her brains out last night, all night. I feel horrible for her. And when you are a spouse or parent who’s partner or child is that kind of sick, you feel a little helpless. Sometimes they just need time to heal so you try to help them as best you can. In this case, I worried that Rache was getting dehydrated or losing strength from lack of food. So I did some research and experimented a little and came up with a great and simple recipe for an electrolyte power boost drink. And because we are Ra’Co we try to go au naturel as often as possible.

Look at the label of a Gatorade bottle or a major competing sports drink brand. What do you get? Water, Sucrose i.e. Sugar (the refined crappy kind), Artificial Color (really, fluorescent purple?), Refined salt, extra calories….sports drinks are pretty much the equal to soda, just different enough to make them appear as you might need them. But you don’t. So stop drinking sports drinks and get with the Ra’Co program. Make things yourself from natural, organic if possible, local if possible, fresh ingredients. Do it yourself and you will have fun (at least the first few times), promise. And don’t worry, this drink tastes great.


The Ra’Co Life Natural Citrus Electrolyte Drink

Here is what you need for 2-4 servings:

– 1 or 2 oranges
– 1 or 2 lemons
– 1 lime
– 1T raw honey
– 2 pinches of Real Salt or good quality mineral-rich salt
– 2-3 cups of coconut water (naturally packed with electrolytes) or filtered water

Liquify the honey and salt in a small pitcher with a little hot water and let it cool while you juice the oranges, lemons, and limes. Add the citrus juice and cold filtered water or coconut water to the pitcher and mix well. Serve or bottle in repurposed wine bottles or Ball jars and keep in the fridge.


Fresh mandarines and limes from the market. Huge funky lemons from the tree behind our house.
Fresh mandarines and limes from the market. Huge funky lemons from the tree behind our house.
The final product, sugar free, frothy, delicious and full of electrolytes.



– Just a reminder to get some real salt like Himalayan or Celtic Sea Salt. The white table salt that is ubiquitous in mainstream groceries is processed to the point where it has lost most of the mineral content that is found in good unrefined salt. And the white table salt taste like crap. Try Real Salt fine sea salt. It’s pink and beautiful, super tasty and full of rich nutritious minerals. Get it here.



Whats for Lunch? Avo Salad with Sprouts

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Have an avocado salad on us. Eating healthy is actually really easy. We don’t want to pummel you over the head with healthy recipes and a constant call to arms to change your diets to a more whole food plant based diet (though you should, now). But once or twice a week we want to show you just how easy it is to have a healthy fulfilling meal, anywhere at any time. What’s for lunch today?

Avocado, Alfalfa sprouts, tomato, olive oil, and sea salt.

No fancy name, no fancy ingredients, no complicated preparation. Try this for lunch today and you will feel energized and refreshed. And of course, it’s delicious!

1/2 – 1 sliced avocado
1/2 – 1 quartered tomato
handful of alfalfa sprouts
olive oil
Real Salt sea salt

Add a big handful of sprouts to a bowl. We grow our own using these amazing Handy Pantry Sprout Jars. Get one jar to try, or if you have a lot of mouths to feed, we definitely recommend getting the kit. Try this one. After adding the sprouts, top with the avocado and tomato, drizzle with olive oil, and add a dash of Real Salt. Enjoy!

Avocados have more potassium than a banana, that’s a lot. Avos are one of the high protein fruits and vegetables with a whopping 2.9 grams per one cup, sliced. They are high in Omega-3 fatty acids (good fat) and are great for your skin and damaged hair. That’s just the beginning. Eat avocados!

Please let us know what you think, or send us some suggestions for quick and easy healthy meals. We are always looking for inspiration and may even share your recipe.