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Recovery drinks food etc

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Feb 2015
9:50am, 10 Feb 2015
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Nutso Lazytoad!
Thank you all so much for your comments and advice :)

I think im going to try and avoid protein powder if I can just because the massive long list of chemically ingredients scares me a little.
Its also nice to see I now have an excuse for that black pudding sandwich I enjoy on a Saturday!

I have decided im going to make myself up a smoothie and pop it in the fridge for when I return, greek yoghurt milk and fruit and see if that helps me any :)

Do I need to drink it as soon as I finish my workout so I take it with me or will waiting half an hour make no difference?
Feb 2015
9:54am, 10 Feb 2015
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The theory is that the best window for recovery nutrition to help is within half an hour of finishing.
Mar 2015
9:08pm, 7 Mar 2015
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Nutso Lazytoad!
Thank you for all your advice guys 😊 I took the plunge and bought some whey protein and it seems to be doing the trick. I have a question though re pre mixing, the packet says drink within 20 mins of making....... Tomorrow I'm off for so long run then not coming straight home. I was going to make it up and leave it in my car yo drink as soon as I finish. Does anyone know the reason for not pre mixing?

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Hi Guys

Im ramping up my training in advance of needing to run 10 miles in August eeek! For obvio...

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