10 Healthy & Portable Post- Workout Snack Ideas

Now that you’ve finished your physical fitness program for the day, you want to eat. But what should you eat in order to refuel and repair your muscles? This article will give you 10 ideas for meals and snacks that will allow your body to recover from your workout.

Yogurt and Fruit

Yogurt has both protein and fat. The fruit that you add will give you carbohydrates, fiber, and additional vitamins.

Dried Fruit and Nuts

Nuts have a lot of healthy fats and protein. You can eat them with some dried fruit after your physical fitness program will give you some much-needed energy.

Turkey Sandwich

Turkey sandwiches can be really satisfying after a tough workout. The protein from the turkey and the carbs from the bread makes for a great combination. Add lettuce and veggies for your vegetable servings.

Cheese and Crackers

Pick crackers that have a lot of fiber. Pair them with low-fat cheese. This can make for a satisfying, salty postworkout snack.

Energy Bar

There are a lot of energy bars that can serve your needs after a workout. Why not treat yourself by picking one that feels like your favorite dessert?

Rice Cakes

Rice cakes are one of the best sources for carbohydrates. You can add fats and protein through spreading peanut or almond butter on top of them.

Chocolate Milk

It provides you with plenty of carbs and protein. It can also rehydrate you after exercise.

Gatorade

The electrolytes and simple sugars in your Gatorade bottle fuel your muscles until you can eat.

Beef Jerky

Jerky is not only a great protein source in general. But its macronutrient profile shows us that it can act as a great postworkout snack.

Cottage Cheese

A great source for carbs and protein, you can mix it in with some muesli for the ultimate combination.

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