In sports nutrition, timing is ultra-important. That’s why we’ve split the recipes in our Sports Menus into four sections:
Your choice of recipe depends on how much time you have before you exercise. Without further ado, here are our top 5 recipes for active families. In the description, you’ll find information on the best moment to eat it.
Traditional fish and chips, with its fried battered fish and potatoes, wouldn’t be a good meal choice prior to a workout. This oven-baked version is a better option and will give you all the energy you need to practice a sport in the following 3-4 hours.
This recipe for health bars is the perfect snack for eating 1 to 2 hours before or even after a workout, if you don’t have a meal planned within 2 hours. It’s easy to make and can easily be brought to school, because it contains neither peanuts nor nuts!
Don’t be intimidated by the many ingredients in this recipe. Once all the ingredients are combined, it’s simply a case of putting it in the oven and letting the flavors develop… which makes it a perfect post-workout dish! Here’s a tip: given that the recipe is so easy to make, why not cook up a larger quantity and freeze individual portions?