Did you do hard training? After training, your body needs a lot of nutrients to recover and nourish tired muscles. The time period of 60 minutes after the end of training is ideal for the intake of necessary proteins and carbohydrates, because the body in that period is "in the mood" to absorb the necessary nutrients. Therefore, a protein shake is an ideal choice that provides you with everything you need to recover and build muscle and supply energy.
Here's a very simple recipe for a very tasty shake that you can take at any time of the day when you feel the need for protein.
250 ml skim milk
1 scoop 100% Whey Gold Standard protein (flavor to taste)
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Put milk, whey protein, l-glutamine, banana and cinnamon in a blender and blend for about 50-60 seconds. Add a few ice cubes if desired.
Note: If you make this shake after training, our recommendation is to use water instead of milk. 80% of milk protein is casein which slows down absorption, while after training the muscles need to get protein as soon as possible, so it is recommended to mix the protein shake with water which will speed up absorption.
Also, if you want a delicious breakfast rich in protein, carbohydrates and omega 3 fatty acids, you can add 50g of oatmeal and a spoonful of peanut butter to this shake.