Nutrition guide to your workout
We recommend that you drink 2-3 litres of water a day and in addition to this, take 1-2 litres of water during the intake phase of the GYM & TONIN` chewable tablets. Thus you come altogether on a water supply of 3-5 litres of water on the day.
These little powerhouses not only help you build muscle, but also ensure that every single cell in your body functions perfectly!
pumpkin seeds – 25 grams per 100 grams
Pumpkin seeds contain valuable protein and at the same time have essential micronutrients that are important for your metabolic process. With a pinch of salt and some curry powder they are the ideal snack for in between.
Chickpeas – 7.5 grams per 100 grams
The small round powerhouses score with lots of vegetable protein and complex carbohydrates. Chickpeas provide you with long lasting energy. Processed into a delicious hummus, they taste great with vegetable sticks.
Almonds – 19 grams per 100 grams
Don’t be afraid of the high fat content in almonds! These are primarily high-quality, unsaturated fatty acids that have a positive effect on your body. The high protein content and the numerous nutrients strengthen your cardiovascular system and increase the performance of the brain.
Chia pudding – 7.4 grams per 100 grams
Quick and easy to prepare! Two tablespoons of chia seeds in a glass with, for example, some coconut drink, almond drink or soy drink for two hours to swell and you can enjoy the pudding as a delicious protein snack. The small seeds not only provide your body with high-quality proteins, but also contain plenty of minerals, fiber and vitamins.
oatmeal – 15 grams per 100 grams
Oatmeal promotes muscle building and gives you plenty of power for a good start to the day. Prepared as oat porridge or delicious muesli with soy yoghurt, they are the ideal breakfast snack.
Edamame – 11 grams per 100 grams
The Japanese protein snack! Whether seasoned with sea salt, garlic or chilli, soybeans are perfect as a snack between meals! Rich in proteins, vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids, they support the immune and nervous systems!
Peanut butter – 21 grams per 100 grams
The protein snack you can’t resist! If enjoyed in moderation, it scores high in protein, healthy fat, and fiber. Magnesium and aginine also support performance and potassium helps to replenish glycogen stores after a hard workout.
Parmesan – 38 grams per 100 grams
Parmesan is considered one of the insider tips among protein snacks. With an incredible 38 grams of protein per 100 grams, it is a true protein bomb and not only strengthens the bones, but also serves as a tasty refinement of a meal.
Cottage cheese – 13.6 grams per 100 gram
The cream cheese variety is not only very tasty, but also convinces with a very good protein content. In addition, cottage cheese is very low in calories and can be prepared in a wide variety of ways.
Hard boiled egg – 12 grams per 100 grams
The breakfast classic – a hard-boiled egg. The egg yolk in particular is full of energy and high-quality protein. Essential fatty acids also optimize hormone metabolism.
SHAPE BABE GYM – 87 grams per 100 grams
The combination of high-quality proteins and a complex of 10 important vitamins provides you with optimal nutrients. The SHAPE BABE GYM convinces with fast availability in the muscles and is perfect for the regeneration after the training!
SHAPE BABE Porridge – 48 grams per 100 grams
Whether hot or cold – enriched with superfoods such as chia and flax seeds, SHAPE BABE Porridge not only tastes incredibly delicious, but also gives your body everything it needs thanks to the high-quality proteins and nutrients. Positive side effect: beautiful skin, strong nails and shiny hair.
Always make sure you eat a balanced diet! For the best build up to an MKM, fill half (½) of your plate with vegetables, salad or fruit. This is what we call the colorful base.
Add a protein side dish (¼ of the plate) and complete your meal with a filling carbohydrate side dish (¼ of the plate). Optionally choose good oils such as walnut, linseed or olive oil (e.g. as dressing).
Proteins are among the most important building materials of the body. They are involved in the building of organs, hormones, cells and especially in muscle building and growth. They also play a big role in weight loss, as they increase the feeling of fullness and prevent muscle breakdown.
Proteins are involved in many processes in the body.
They not only make you fit, young and beautiful, but also have many other positive effects in store for you. So be sure to get enough protein in your diet every day.
Because proteins have many positive side effects:
- They fill you up faster.
- They provide your muscles with important building blocks for muscle growth.
- They promote fat burning while you sleep.
- They protect you from depressive moods.
- You won’t run out of breath so fast.
- You train more effectively.
- Your connective tissue becomes firmer.
- They support your immune system.
- You sleep better and wake up fitter.
- You do something for your bones and teeth.