Try this delicious Salmon Nicoise for a healthy hit of carbohydrates and enjoy the anti-inflammatory and muscle recovery benefits too.
A fantastic vegetarian salad option, providing our vegetarian athletes with an interesting lunch/dinner option that packs 17.4g of protein per serving!
For those athletes undertaking intense training sessions, or perhaps training and playing games back-back, this night time Berry Yoghurt Smoothie Recipe will give you that extra boost of recovery to get the most out of your recovery.
You’ve done your weekly shop and now your fridge and cupboards are fully stocked ready to start building some serious muscle. Now you need to plan your meals for the week and to do this it’s important to know about the 3 T’s for protein to get the most out of your nutrition preparation. Total – how much protein? Type – what protein source? Time – when should you eat it?
Yes we are recommending chocolate first thing… But with only 305 Calories and 33g of Protein, who wouldn’t recommend chocolate for breakfast?
This warm & cold chicken & avocado salad is a great option for post-training consumption with a high amount of protein to help the Nutrition X athlete recover adequately.
Get your greens hit with this Greens smoothie bowl recipe providing you with your essential proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
Although ensuring supplement safety is important for good health, supplements should only be used to correct nutrient deficiencies when dietary requirements cannot be met with food alone. With this in mind, everybody, especially elite/competitive athletes should always implement a food-first approach to optimise nutrient availability and sporting performance.