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Dr. Darden: Post-Workout Meal Suggestions?
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Fatso

Hi Doc,
In some of your books you mentioned that after a bit of experimentation a drink of chocolate milk and a couple of bananas worked well for Eddie Mueller as a post workout meal. What other food combinations would you recommend (if any)?

Thanks in advance.
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Ellington Darden

Most meals that include a lot of carbs and moderate amounts of proteins. For example: A sandwich with peanut butter and jelly, a cantaloupe half and a scoop of cottage cheese, and a milkshake.

Ellington
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Ellington Darden wrote:
Most meals that include a lot of carbs and moderate amounts of proteins. For example: A sandwich with peanut butter and jelly, a cantaloupe half and a scoop of cottage cheese, and a milkshake.

Ellington


==Scott==
Yea! a peanut butter sandwich and cottage cheese ! Love em both!
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Fatso

Thanks
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