David Jubb's Electrolyte Lemonade

Jo Zimny


This recipe is courtesy of David Jubb, life food scientist. The original recipe can be found in "LifeFood Recipe Book: Living on Life Force"

Note: You will need a good blender like a Vita-Mix to make this drink, lesser blenders might not be able to liquify the ingredients.

This drink really surprised me. I expected it to be more tart but it's not, its amazingly smooth, creamy and delicious.

I added 1/2 cup ginger juice and 16 drops of Vanilla Cream Stevia to the mix.

★★★★★ 1 vote
20 Min


3 large
lemons (yellow peel removed but leave the pith in tact)
3 Tbsp
oil: flax, olive or coconut butter or oil
1 large
unpeeled organic pear (cored, seeds removed)
1 tsp
celtic sea salt
6 c
charged water (or purified water)
6 Tbsp
sweetener: raw honey, maple syrup, liquid stevia to taste

How to Make David Jubb's Electrolyte Lemonade


  • 1I used my lemon zester to remove all the lemon peel and froze the peel. Keep the pith on the lemon, this is a very important part of the drink. Blend all ingredients well in a blender. I left the seeds in also.
  • 2This drink is remarkably a healing and refreshing beverage.
  • 3The lemon oils detoxify while boosting the immune system. Citrus pectin restores absorption of fats.
  • 4Add other fruits to enhance the flavour, such as berries, peaches etc. This is also a good beverage to keep you regular :)
  • 5Enjoy and thank you David Jubb!

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About David Jubb's Electrolyte Lemonade

Course/Dish: Other Drinks
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy
Hashtags: #lemonade, #electrolyte