The important of post-training intake.
What to eat after your workout.
Recipes for the right carb to protein ratio post-workout.
Coffee protein shake
Blend a banana, scoop of vanilla protein powder, oat milk, and a shot of espresso with ice. You’ll be energized all afternoon.
Banana nut butter toast
Top a slice of sprouted grain toast with cashew butter and half a sliced banana. For a spiced spin, sprinkle cinnamon on top.
Channel your inner fitness influencer and serve your acai with sliced kiwi, blackberries, chia seeds,
almond butter, and cacao nibs.
Black bean tacos
Scoop black beans, guacamole and roasted red peppers into corn tortillas. For a breakfast version, add eggs and cotija cheese.
Roast them and serve with salmon for a heart-healthy lunch or dinner.
Tofu grain bowl
Top cooked grains (like quinoa or brown rice) with sauteed veggies and tofu. Mix lime juice with soy sauce, sesame oil, and fresh ginger for a simple sauce to serve it with.
It’s the latest and greatest toast trend. Make a caprese version by spreading hummus on whole-wheat bread and adding sliced tomatoes, fresh herbs, and mozzarella slices.
Not an old wive’s tale. In a pinch, it’ll serve as a solid combination of carbs and protein, plus it’s easy to make and take on the go.
Apple cheddar omelets
Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. Sprinkle your eggs with cheddar cheese until it’s melted, then add apple slices at the end before you fold it all together.
Spinach, potatoes, tuna, hard boiled eggs = ladies-who-lunch perfection.