Clearly, you know how to take care of yourself, what foods you can take and which ones are totally forbidden so as not to spoil all the effort in your workouts. However, Christmas is a complicated time to follow an appropriate diet. This is why 226ERS wants to show you healthy options, low in sugar, protein givers and, of course, gluten free to celebrate these family days without giving up a delicious dessert or snack.
1 frozen banana
1 peeled orange without seeds
6 scoops Recovery Drink Vanilla flavour
The juice of an orange
Chopped dried fruit very small and a mint leaf to decorate
How to prepare:
Grind all the ingredients except the nuts and the mint leaf until you get a creamy texture.
Put into a glass and decorate with the mint leaf.
About Recovery Drink
After training it is fundamental to recuperate as quickly as possible in order to:
- Assimilate the training.
- Be capable of performing at 100% the next day.
- Protect and rebuild the “damaged” muscles after training by means of proteins and aminoacids.
- Refill our glycogen stores by means of a quality carbohydrate as quickly as possible.
- Provide a 15-25% ratio of proteins with respect to carbohydrates.
- How you behave after a tough training session.
- That, apart from eating specific products to recuperate, you also consume fruit, energy bars, sugary drinks and fruit juices.
- That all of this carbohydrate replacement reduces the proportion of protein consumed, something which hinders recuperation.
RECOVERY DRINK contains approximately 40% of the best protein, which is equivalent to taking 20-25g of protein in every dose.
It also provides:
- L-Arginine (250mg per dose)
- Creatine (3g per dose)