You know what most people think? That vegans are left out of the fun of body building and fitness. Maybe cause what they consume is limited and they can't eat everything others do...
...But they're wrong.
Vegans are way more healthier and stand better chance at fitness than others,
Sometimes back we talked on the benefits of a healthful vegetarian diet where we mentioned various advantages of being a vegetarian.
We've also touched the aspect of pre-workout meals that a great for athletes and bodybuilders infact everyone. This post is mainly for vegans.
We've put together a couple of healthy post-workout meals for vegans ~ non-vegans are also welcomed to try them.
These meals are perfect to go with after workouts as they possess tons of carbs, a decent amount of protein (Berman says 6 to 20 grams is plenty), lots of antioxidants, and very little in fat.
We've also added link to their recipes.
We can only hope that you like them.
Wild Rice and Broccoli Salad With Edamame
This salad increases the latter with a vibrant combination of broccoli, peas, and raisins. Double the portion for a satisfying yet light meal.
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Butternut Squash and Tempeh Tacos
Tempeh has about twice as much protein as carbohydrates, so crank up your carbs with the addition of butternut squash. The warming spices in the tempeh pair perfectly with the squash’s sweetness.
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
This hummus recipe relies on tahini, lemon juice, and roasted red pepper for its flavor.
Creamy Asparagus and Pea Soup
Pea protein is fast becoming a popular supplement for vegans and non-vegans alike due to its high levels of branch chain amino acids and the fact that it’s lactose and gluten free, making it easy to digest and allergy friendly.
Slow Cooker Chocolate Cherry Steel-Cut Oats
With their dietitian-approved 4:1 ratio, steel-cut oats are an awesome choice, despite their lengthy prep time. That’s where the magic of the slow cooker comes in.
Chickpea Sunflower Sandwich
A good, old-fashioned sandwich is Jarrard’s post-workout weapon of choice since it’s so simple to make and pack in a gym bag.
Apple Ginger Green Smoothie
What ode to the post-workout meal is complete without a protein shake? Smoothies are a really easy way to cram a ton of foods with different health benefits into one easy-to-guzzle package, and this recipe doesn’t disappoint.
Roasted Teriyaki Mushrooms and Broccolini Soba Noodles
Made from buckwheat, soba noodles not only have that 4:1 ratio, but they’re also a complete protein.
Excerpted from: http://greatist.com/eat/vegan-post-workout-meals