Probiotic Pink Lemonade is a healthy, fizzy, fermented drink perfect for summer, sure to keep your gut in shape. Sweet and tart with beneficial probiotics.
Unfortunately I think this has messed up my stomach and internal function for most of my life. I have battled stomach issues such as acid reflux and a weak stomach. My lifestyle and job doesn’t help.
I have tried probiotic’s in the past with good results. So for this summer I am trying to fix my diet and my gut using Hyperbiotics Pro-15 from Target and also trying to increase probiotics in my families diet.
Hyperbiotics, available at your local Target store, is the world’s most effective probiotic supplements and sold at an affordable price! The Pro-15 I am taking is easy to swallow, time released and promotes daily relief from gas, bloating, and irregularity. Definitely issues I deal with daily.
So to compliment the Hyperbiotics I created a probiotic rich Pink Lemonade as a refreshing drink for summer. While taking Hyperbiotics, eating better and drinking my lemonade it just might be a comfortable summer and hopefully the rest of my life.
My oldest son also seems to have my stomachs problems so I have started him on the Hyperbiotics for kids. Hyperbiotics Pro-Kids is small, so it is easy for kids to swallow especially for those little ones who hate to take pills.
As a bonus Pro-kids is sugar-free and contains zero artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners. My son will be working long hours this summer so he will need to keep his gut in good shape. To learn more about Hyperbiotics check out their website here.
So #followyourgut this summer and visit Target and purchase your own Hyperbiotics.
- 3 quarts of filtered water
- 3/4 cup sugar or sucanat
- Juice of 10 lemons plus 2 lemons, sliced
- 2/3 cup fresh or frozen raspberries, divided
- 1 cup of whey
- powdered probiotic (optional)
- fresh mint (optional)
- Combine water and sugar in a gallon jar.
- Stir until dissolved.
- Add lemon juice, 1/2 cup raspberries.
- Add the whey, making sure the mixture is at room temperature.
- Cover tightly and let sit on the counter for 48 hours.
Pour the lemonade through strainer into a serving pitcher.
Add lemon slices and remaining raspberries.
- If too tart add a few drops of stevia.
First published by Quinn Caudill for DadWhats4Dinner.com ©2017
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