This recipe is low in calories and high in protein. It is a perfect light dish to help with weight loss.
Paella is a great classic and there are as many versions as there are cookers!
With 33 g of protein, 70 g of carbohydrates and 9 g of fat, this recipe is perfectly adapted for the sportsman. Consume after exercise (or a few hours before for sportsmen who digest peppers well) with a raw vegetable starter. Note the presence of seafood, food rich in micronutrients (iodine, iron, magnesium).
This lunchbox is very complete. It is particularly suitable for those who train at lunchtime. With a fruit for dessert, it will provide all the nutrients for a good recovery.
Athletes weighing less than 60 kg will be able to reduce the amount of turkey by 30 g (per portion, i.e. 60 g for the whole recipe).
This smoothie provides about 30 grams of carbohydrates and can be consumed before or after exercise. On a qualitative level, it is interesting by the presence of beetroot (an important source of nitrate) and acaï berries with antioxidant properties.
This dish, which contains 18 g protein and 26 grams carbohydrates per serving, is a very good recovery snack. For intensive training or competition, an additional carbohydrate may be added, such as gingerbread, granola, cereal or a muesli bar.
Berries contain innumerable substances with very protective properties. They are unquestionably a food of choice for all athletes who wish to optimise their diet. These pancakes are perfect as a snack or for recovery.
This dish is low in calories, and particularly low in
carbohydrates. It can be enjoyed as part of a weight-loss
diet or during a rest day, when energy demand is low. For
a normal training day, it is recommended to add a serving
of carbohydrates, or a side dish such as rice, potatoes,
quinoa or whole-wheat bread, and/or a carbohydrate-rich
dessert, such as compote, fruit salad or rice pudding.