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    Hi

    How is your day? working hard? or just stay at home and watch TV?

    - 1 apple
    - 1 banana
    - 1/2 lemon
    - 1 pear
    - 3-4 stalks celery
    - 1/2 head spinach
    - 1 head romaine
    - 1.5 c water

    Is this good to drink it after workout? 15 Min later protein shake - 40 Min later post workout meal?

  • #2
    Why?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Neckhammer View Post
      Why?
      to build muscle.

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      • #4
        Absolutely. After a workout, you're primed for nutrient uptake! I assume you're juicing all of that. I would get rid of the banana and add some more veggies (I like to use tomatoes, bell peppers, broccoli stalks, cucumber, kale, carrots, etc) and get those carbs in your post-workout meal instead.
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        • #5
          Where's the protein ?

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          • #6
            too fruity for me
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            • #7
              Why not mix the protein into the smoothie? That is what I do. If possible use a blender like vitamix because then you keep the fiber in the smoothie.
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              • #8
                Eat a damn steak!
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                • #9
                  I've been using USP Modern BCAA, Creatine, milk, 100% chocolate power and some honey. It's awesome. And then I cook dinner.
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                  • #10
                    Eat food. Don't drink it. Here is what I ate the other day after my workout:



                    That's around a pound or so of eye round, 2 white potatoes, 1 sweet potato and 2 plantains. All baked, not fried. I try and keep fat down after a workout and carbs way up. I recommend you do the same. And eat your carbs, don't drink them. In this case, I'll give the edge to starches over fruits. I prefer fruits as a carb source when more sedentary because it's slower to digest.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by bdilla View Post
                      Absolutely. After a workout, you're primed for nutrient uptake! I assume you're juicing all of that. I would get rid of the banana and add some more veggies (I like to use tomatoes, bell peppers, broccoli stalks, cucumber, kale, carrots, etc) and get those carbs in your post-workout meal instead.
                      Originally posted by Fitness Wayne View Post
                      Why not mix the protein into the smoothie? That is what I do. If possible use a blender like vitamix because then you keep the fiber in the smoothie.
                      Originally posted by Wanderlust View Post
                      I've been using USP Modern BCAA, Creatine, milk, 100% chocolate power and some honey. It's awesome. And then I cook dinner.
                      Originally posted by patski View Post
                      Eat a damn steak!
                      i eat it 40 min late - thanks guys for help

                      Originally posted by ChocoTaco369 View Post
                      Eat food. Don't drink it. Here is what I ate the other day after my workout:



                      That's around a pound or so of eye round, 2 white potatoes, 1 sweet potato and 2 plantains. All baked, not fried. I try and keep fat down after a workout and carbs way up. I recommend you do the same. And eat your carbs, don't drink them. In this case, I'll give the edge to starches over fruits. I prefer fruits as a carb source when more sedentary because it's slower to digest.
                      thanks ChocoTaco i will try your post workout meal

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