When Unai Emery took over at Arsenal, he banned sugary juices from the club canteen. Try blending whole fruits to pack in the vitamins and fibre reducing waste at the same time.
Make sure you're plenty of energy for your next work out. Make a vitamin drink full of vitality and fill your boots!
What difference does it make?
Great performance needs lots of vitamins. B for bold; C for creative; D for dynamic!
What do you need?
- 1 banana
- 1 apple (cored)
- Handful of spinach
- 4/5 chunks of pineapple
- Oat milk (If you don't have this you can add a handful of oats and top up with water)
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Step by step
Get all your ingredients together. We suggested some above, because they are mainly local and seasonal. But you are free to make any combo you like. Chance to be creative with colours to make it look good!
Wash all the ingredients carefully and chop them up. Then put them all in the blender and squeeze in the lemon juice. If you want to add some bite, put in a bit of fresh ginger.
Juice/blend it all and pour it out into glasses.
Can you make it look fantastic? How about changing the ingredients to make different different coloured drinks?
Upload the photo of your vitamin blast! The best photo in the season wins a £20 voucher. Show us how much you're enjoying it - preferably with club colours.
Try switching pineapple with a handful of berries (You can try blueberries, blackberries or strawberries - fresh or frozen is totally fine too).
Here's a great, honest, video from Motherwell FC.
But what's with the plastic bottles????
When eating at home, you don't need 4,000 kcals a day. That is really just for professional sports people! More like 2,000 for ordinary folk!
Oh yes. There's a whole article about them here!