Made by straining away liquid, Greek yoghurt contains two to three times as much protein as traditional types, plus it's full of gut-friendly probiotics that can help you fight off infection. Get your fill by piling these flavour-packed toppings on 170g plain Greek yoghurt.
1/ Black forest
The antioxidants from dark chocolate and cherries in this dish may help lessen oxidative damage caused by high-intensity exercise.
Stir in: 30g melted dark chocolate and top with pitted cherries and a sprinkle of unsweetened coconut flakes.
2/ Curry mango
This combo provides cholesterol-lowering monounsaturated fat. Cashews contain muscle-boosting magnesium.
Stir in: 1½ tsp curry powder and a pinch of cayenne pepper. Top with a handful of diced mango, a quarter of an avocado, chopped cashews and lime zest.
3/ Roast grape
Roasting boosts grapes’ sweetness. Research shows almonds can improve muscular endurance.
Stir in: 1 tsp honey. Top with 75g roasted grapes, 2 tbsp chopped almonds and 1 tsp chopped rosemary.
4/ Balsamic berry
Balsamic glaze adds sweetness without too much sugar. The vitamin C in strawberries may improve performance.
Stir in: 2 tsp each balsamic glaze and honey, plus a sprinkle of lemon zest and cinnamon. Top with sliced strawberries, pistachios and basil.
5/ Lemony beet
Beetroot is a source of nitrates, which improve exercise endurance. Walnuts provide omega-3 fats.
Stir in: 75g diced cooked beetroot, 2 tsp chopped dill, a sprinkle of lemon zest and a pinch of salt. Top with chopped walnuts.
6/ Java fig
Cacao nibs, the centre of the cocoa bean, are packed with crunch, cocoa flavour and disease-fighting antioxidants.
Stir in: 50g coffee-fig purée (soak 50g dried figs in 60ml black coffee for two hours; add ½ tsp orange zest and ¼ tsp vanilla extract; blend). Sprinkle with cacao nibs.