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Fuel Your Fitness Habit
January 21, 2018, 5:42 pm

After a season of indulgences it is now time to return to the gym. However, while workouts at the gym are important to getting back in shape, equally important is eating the right foods to fuel your body after the exercises.

We list below some of the places that serve healthy and nutritious eating options post-workout based on your specific exercise preference. Rather than drive over to these places, you could also go online to food delivery sites such as Talabat, or use their app on your mobile, to order foods designed to boost your health regime.

Yoga Bunnies: Your body is your temple, and natural food and eating mindfully is an essential part of maintaining a ‘Zen’ lifestyle. Refresh after your workouts with a deliciously organic and wholefood meal from the Calorie Counter.

Body Builders: A heavy weights session will leave your body depleted of glycogen. Opt for a meal full of fast digesting proteins and moderate to high GM carbs to help build muscle and slow protein breakdown. Check out for Healthylicious for its range of high protein health conscious meals.

Spin Queens (or Kings!): After an energetic and sweaty spinning class it is essential that you replenish fluids and feed your body protein. Packed with colorful veggies, healthy carbs and good protein, salads are the perfect post spin option – try out one of the huge range of options available at Salad Boutique.

CrossFit Champions: CrossFit’s concept of functional training achieves great results but is very taxing to the body — meaning that choosing the optimum post-workout recovery meal is essential. Order a meal full of easily digestible protein and carbs; with its wide selection of healthy fish and rice-based dishes Sushi Minto is a great option.

Armchair Enthusiasts: For those who prefer a more sedate approach to health, Talabat has other solutions with restaurants such as Alpha Healthy offering tasty and nutritionally balanced meals.


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