After training, I recommend a shake, not only does provide excellent regeneration, but also greatly affect your health and well-being, and it tastes great!
Banana – is above all the potassium richness that lowers blood pressure, vitamins A, C, E, K and those from the B group. In addition, this source: magnesium, phosphorus and calcium and fiber, especially pectin, which affect the lowering of cholesterol. Bananas can reduce the risk of developing kidney cancer, heal ulcers and help indigestion and bloating.
Lucuma – very sweet fruit, but a low glycemic index makes it perfect for diabetics. It is also a source of nutrients such as: magnesium, zinc, potassium, calcium, iron, vitamin C and those from group B as well as fibre and antioxidants. Lukuma helps to reduce body mass, supports the work of the digestive system and reduces oxidative stress, and slows down the aging process of the body.
Maca is a source of: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, iron, sulfur, zinc and vitamins B1, B2, C and E. The 18 amino acids perfectly complements the diet of vegetarians, it also lowers blood pressure and supports cancer prevention. It improves the blood supply to the blood vessels, so it is considered an aphrodisiac and positively affects the fertility of women and men. It is also a great anti-depressant.
The addition of hemp protein, which belongs to the Superfoods group and is a rich source of minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium and vitamins, supports weight loss while maintaining muscle mass
Use the post-training Shake up to 30 minutes after training, it will supplement the energy deficiency and allow the body to persevere to the post-workout meal.
30g of the mixture should be added to water or vegetable milk and shake thoroughly. Drink within 10 minutes of preparation”