Recovery Drinks

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  Recovery DRINKS  
 

Following exercise your body is in an anabolic state, with your muscles requiring an influx of protein rich in amino acids to promote protein synthesis and begin the recovery process. Carbohydrates are also key for maximising recovery by replenishing muscle glycogen stores, refuelling depleted energy levels.

Timing is important if you want the full recovery advantages that protein and carbs offer. Immediately post-exercise is the best time to consume protein, with a protein shake being the ideal option due to its convenience and fast absorbing nature. The rate at which glycogen stores can refuel and muscle tissue repair and building can occur is at its fastest as soon as exercise finishes. This is known as the ‘window of opportunity’ for rapid recovery.

 
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It doesn't require huge amounts of protein to reap the recovery benefits. For an endurance event or workout, 10–20 grams of protein in combination with fast absorbing carbohydrates immediately post-exercise may well prove suffice. Following resistance based workouts, 20–30 grams of protein with carbs is recommended, a combination that can be consumed before and after your session.

For Goodness Shakes Protein contains 25g natural milk protein and 25g carbohydrate (no added sugar), a 1:1 ratio designed to enhance post-workout recovery and to support lean muscle and definition goals. Together they are effective since boosting the rate of muscle glycogen re-synthesis, or replacing energy stores. FGS Protein delivers 5g of L-Glutamine, known to promote anabolic conditions to promote the rate of protein synthesis, it also helps replenish glycogen stores and reduces recovery time. Use FGS Protein to minimise recovery time, and get back in the gym feeling fitter and stronger than before.
 
 
 

Following exercise your body is in an anabolic state, with your muscles requiring an influx of protein rich in amino acids to promote protein synthesis and begin the recovery process. Carbohydrates are also key for maximising recovery by replenishing muscle glycogen stores, refuelling depleted energy levels.

Timing is important if you want the full recovery advantages that protein and carbs offer. Immediately post-exercise is the best time to consume protein, with a protein shake being the ideal option due to its convenience and fast absorbing nature. The rate at which glycogen stores can refuel and muscle tissue repair and building can occur is at its fastest as soon as exercise finishes. This is known as the ‘window of opportunity’ for rapid recovery.

 
 
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