The perfect balance of slow/fast release carbohydrates, protein and fluids. Best drank within 45 minutes prior to training.
Post workout drink
Once the workout is over, it is critical to feed the muscles
High energy bar
An alternative to mass produced products. this bar really is "full of goodness"
This dish keeps me in the right “nutrition zone” for 3 days. Easy to make and then easy to store.
Three Bean Salad
Quick and easy, a staple part of every athletes diet. Low in calories high in everything else,
Lentils, a great source of both protein and carbohydrates, help to keep you feeling full
Italian Baked Salmon
Easy to make, guaranteed moist and tasty all the flavour and goodness remains in the parcel
Pot Roast Pork Steak with Courgette, Tomatoes and Buckwheat.
Pot roasting allows meat to tenderize, flavours to infuse and all the goodness remain in the “pot”, this dish is no different.
Jonny's Chick Pea Curry
Complex flavours, increased by using seeds instead of powders, rich in both proteins and fiber, well worth a "go"
Make carb loading a pleasure with this dish, simple easy and efficient
Classic Scottish Oatcakes
When you are feeling hungry during the day, take these with either peanut butter, cheese or pate on the top. Unlike other snacks these oatcakes will slowly release the energy into your body avoiding the "sugar spike"