Too many of our clients eat the same foods day in day out, instead try to vary your diet and the protein sources within by including pork within your weekly meal plan. Pork (trimmed of fat) is a great lean, high protein meat option to help you to feel fuller, rebuild and maintain muscle tissue and to help you meet your daily protein needs. Combined with plenty of nutrient dense dark green vegetables and an appropriate serving of noodles, you have yourself a well balanced, delicious dinner.
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This winter warmer is a fantastic recovery option after a cold and muddy rugby match or duathlon. It provides protein for muscle repair, carbs to aid recovery and fluid and electrolytes to aid rehydration. It’s also cheap to make the day before or morning of a sportive and easily portable in a flask.
If you’re getting bored of chicken at meal times, then turkey is a delicious lean protein alternative. Many think that turkey can taste dry and bland but if you avoid over cooking and add the right spices (as in this dish)….you will beg to differ!
Fajita wraps are a quick and easy dish to prepare when time is against you. They are also a great option when cooking in bulk; your friends/family can simply help themselves to the the wrap and fillings from around the table providing a healthier alternative to those sociable meal times.