Chicken

The Lean Protein

Chicken is a fantastic source of good quality protein, which in itself is essential to the repair and growth of damaged muscle tissue, which comes from lifting weights and all other forms of excersise. Chicken typically has a lower fat content than other meats which makes it a go to option for those looking to lose weight and put on lean mass.

Beef

The complete Protein

Beef can play an integral role in the muscle building process. It has an extremely high content of good quality protein, and also contains additional amino acids that are known to interact with insulin in a way that promotes the shutting of proteins from the blood into the muscle tissue- which promotes muscle growth

Fish

THE OTHER LEANEST PROTEIN

There are several times during a day that you need an easily and quickly digested protein source. Fast - digesting protein foods help build up amino acid reserves in the bloodstream; these reserves can help offset protein catabolism during hardcore training sessions. Post training. you need fast- digesting protein sources because the aminos quickly reach your bloodstream, helping to push your body back into an anabolic state.

Green Veg

THE BEST VEGETABLES FOR MUSCLE.

They pack a major nutritional punch. They fuel your body to build muscle and burn fat. But their value isn't limited strictly to muscle building and burning fat. Veggies are good for you in so many ways, and the great news is that they can look and taste good.

Sweet Potato

NUTRIENT RICH CARBS.

This sweet little powerhouse will pack your meals with energising carbs, must have nutrients, and delightful flavour. They are a top-notch source of beta-carotene. Our bodies convert this into vitamin A, which can support immune function and eye health, promote proper cell growth, and help maintain healthy blood sugar levels

Basmati Rice

THE LOWER GI WHITE RICE

Basmati rice can play an indirect, yet important role in the muscle building process. It is lower in GI than other white rice, providing us with prolonged energy throughout the duration of the day. The energy can be used to fuel high intensity training sessions, which is the key driver to build new muscle tissue.

Pasta

WHOLEMEAL PENNE, ENERGY POWERHOUSE

Nutrient-Rich. Whole grain pasta is high in B vitamins and minerals, such as copper, selenium, magnesium and manganese. Refined or white flour pasta, while enriched with B vitamins, is not a good food source of minerals. The B vitamins are important for a healthy nervous system and energy metabolism

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