A two pint thingy of skimmed milk is perfect after a long run, and cheaper than shakes, without the additives. It's especially good if long runs take away your appetite.
(I think skimmed milk is a waste of space for anything else, though).
I oftern freeze my bananas and take one out and add to milk before a run. Which is usually every other day for at least 10 miles and no less than 6 on a tired day.
I usually use Cravendale fully skimmed milk as I think it tastes like semi skimmed normal milk.
I am wondering if it has the same amount of goodness as full cream milk.
Ive also started having Lattees instead of just normal coffee's while out and Im a bit worried it might put on weight.
But on the other hand Im hoping it helps my bones and muscles that I have problems with due to injuries from time to time.
Am I doing something worth doing or just wasting my time.?
*makes mental note to let Ladyfe sort her post recovery drinkies*
Allergic to milk and nuts!
Mr LB likes For Goodness Shakes too......
Now you're talking!
milk or any milky drinks make me - I find the best recovery drink is a big mug of tea - with a bacon sarnie
Thankyou for all your help.
At 7am this morning I was eating Porridge made with milk not water.
Then at 10am I did the Brighton 10k at my PB of 57.43 with a break to take my jacket off, plus a break to stretch my left leg due to a twinge.
That was then followed by a nice hot Lattee. I think Ive had my milk quota for the day lol
I use the over ripe bananas for my milk shake. They blend easier and are so much sweeter.
Don't bin em, blend them
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