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vegan yoga nutrition

Postby miabobia » Wed Jul 07, 2010 12:52 pm

Whats a good nutritious meal after yoga, something highly nutritious, but not too heavy. The thought of eating a hot heavy meal afterwards kinda turns me off lol. i normall pop a container of coconut water afterwards though, that stuf is the best :D
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Re: vegan yoga nutrition

Postby baldy » Sat Jul 31, 2010 3:45 pm

I normally have a redbull before a session. :)
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Re: vegan yoga nutrition

Postby KaliBaby » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:49 am

[quote="baldy"]I normally have a redbull before a session. :)

you would :lol:
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Re: vegan yoga nutrition

Postby fitnessnoob » Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:04 am

Beans and legumes must be incorporated as it makes one of the best yoga diets that have protein and is a must to the body. Hence, it can be included in recipes, salads with beans and lentils, and various other bean dishes such as bean soups, sandwich spreads and lentil salads. Vegetables are the main nutrition in yoga diet and include an array of vegetable dishes comprising of organic and seasonal vegetable dishes such as curries, stews, appetizers, casseroles and entrees. Similarly, water is highly recommended such that a person takes nearly 2 liters of water everyday, and hence incorporating vegetable or fruit juices, coconut milk, rice milk, smoothies, nut milks, soy milks and other beverages that are healthy is preferred.
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Re: vegan yoga nutrition

Postby bodymotives » Wed Sep 11, 2013 4:04 pm

I knock back a green smoothie that's waiting in the fridge which normally has avocado in but for post yoga, I'll make it without - just apples, spinach,cucumber, celery maybe some powder added too.
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Re: vegan yoga nutrition

Postby silver » Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:07 pm

Welcome to the forum Andy.
I admire your restorative powers, I thought this thread was a goner for sure!
Why not introduce yourself over in the new members bit :)
You'll get plenty of support in changing your lifestyle into a vegan one.
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