I hope that the racing season is going well for you.
On the back of a super coaches corner podcast today I’ve added a few more words about eating for recovery after a race.
PS apologies for the cut out the memory on my phone must have been low. I was discussing supplements to consider; honestly? The main hitters are your whey or vegan protein, carbohydrate blends, chocolate milk, water and electrolytes, or all in one recovery products. These are your critical list for urgent recovery. So we are talking about an all-in-one protein-recovery blend, or protein drink with some quick acting carbohydrate foods, chocolate milk and a banana for example, or an easy to digest protein and carbohydrate fuelling/ recovery type bar.
Then food is your best friend. REAL food and balanced meals with quality ingredients will always help your recovery more than any other strategy.
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This little loaf worked a treat. I was planning on making lentils burgers, but burgers have a tendency to go dry (and also a loaf is far less messy!). So I had a go at making a loaf and it was so good I made a second one a few days later, changing the ingredients up just a tiny bit.
The loaf is very moist, it can be served with an egg on top if you wanted to raise the protein intake further, or with some melted cheese, or just as it is with lashings of vegetables. I actually have been eating this like bread also as a snack with some cream cheese, or cheese/ butter/ peanut butter; I guess you could call the lentil loaf high protein bread!
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