Homemade Drinks For Natural Energy Boost

These do-it-yourself drinks for natural energy boost are quick, easy and highly nutritious. Drink them before or after exercise, between meals, or to replace a meal when you've no time to eat.

Most of the ingredients are common, everyday foods that you probably already have at home. If not you should be able to find them in any large supermarket or health food store. Some of these drinks for natural energy boost will require a juice extractor to make fresh juice and a blender to make smoothies. If you don't have these, most household appliance stores stock them and they're relatively inexpensive - just think of the money you'll save not buying ready-made energy drinks!

Note: Some of the below energy drinks include soy milk, a some-what controversial product these days (genetically modified soy beans, high pesticide levels, artificial additives etc). However, if you want to drink it you can make your own from organically grown, whole soy beans blended with purified water and naturally sweetened. Like any food or drink though, moderation is key - one or two glasses a week of homemade, natural soy-milk should be fine. Check with your health professional first though if you have concerns about soy milk.

Drinks For Natural Energy Boost

All energy drinks should be consumed immediately after making them.

Banana & Fig Smoothie
Ingredients: 1 ripe banana; 3 or 4 figs (sun dried best); 1 tablespoon honey; 1 cup water

Method: Put all the ingredients in a blender and mix till smooth. Add a heaped teaspoon of bee pollen powder (or equivalent in capsules) for an extra boost. Sun dried dates or raisins can be substituted for figs.

Benefits: Bananas benefit your nervous system; figs, dates & raisins contain natural sugars to boost energy; honey nourishes digestion & boosts energy.

Honey & Bee Pollen Drink
Ingredients: 1 tablespoon honey; 1 heaped teaspoon bee pollen powder; 1 cup warm water

Method: Put ingredients in a large glass, add water, then mix with a spoon. Add ginseng extract for an extra energy boost.

Benefits: Honey benefits your digestion & is a quick energy booster; bee pollen contains essential fatty acids & amino acids & stimulates production of sexual hormones; ginseng boosts energy & enhances digestion.

Egg Yolk & Carrot Juice
Ingredients: 1 large cup of freshly extracted carrot juice; 1 egg yolk

Method: Add the egg yolk to the carrot juice then mix well with a fork. Add 1/2 a teaspoon of spirulina powder for an extra boost.

Benefits: Carrot juice is highly cleansing & nourishing & improves blood quality which helps relieve fatigue; egg yolk stimulates sluggish, exhausted adrenal glands; spirulina is a super-nutritious vegetable protein.

Soy Milk, Egg Yolk & Honey Smoothie
Ingredients: 1 cup natural soy milk (unsweetened, unflavored); 1 egg yolk; 1 tablespoon honey

Method: Put all ingredients in a blender and mix till smooth

Benefits: Soy milk is a protein alternative for pasteurized cow's milk which does little more than clog up your system; egg yolk contains lecithin which benefits your brain & nervous system; honey nourishes digestion & provides a rapid energy boost.

Carrot, Apple, Egg Yolk & Honey Smoothie
Ingredients: One carrot (finely diced); half an apple (finely diced); 1 cup natural soy milk (unsweetened, unflavored); 1 egg yolk; 1 tablespoon honey; ginseng extract (3-9 grams, liquid or granulated form).

Method: Put ingredients in a blender and mix till smooth.

Benefits: Energizes, strengthens and invigorates.

Compliments of Chinese Holistic Health Exercises


  1. This really looks delicious with lots of twists. I'm definitely craving for a plate of that right now. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. This is definitely a must do recipe this weekend since I got my Alcohol Training.


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