Saturday, January 5, 2008


Happy New Year to everyone, at the start of this year here are some great tips to make your own healthy drinks with bananas. If you are recreational exercise, young athlete or a professional athlete trying these healthy drinks will help you get the nutrients required to re fill your body after an intense exercise session.


4 medium bananas, peeled and sliced into 1/2 inch pieces

6 tablespoons light brown sugar

1/4 cups hazelnuts

1 cup ice cubes

1/4 cups milk

2 tablespoons chopped hazelnuts, for garnish (optional)

Place the sliced bananas in a sealed plastic bag and put them in the freezer for 1 hour. Place the brown sugar and 1/4 cups hazelnuts in a blender and grind together until fine. Place the frozen bananas, ice cubes, milk in the blender with the sugar and nut mixture. Blend until smooth. Pour the smoothies into 4 goblets or tall glasses. Garnish with chopped nuts, if desired. Serve immediately.


1 cup milk

1 packet instant oatmeal, regular flavor

1 whole banana, cut in chunks

1 cup orange juice

Combine all ingredients in a blender. Cover and blend on high speed for 1 minute.


3 ounces frozen orange juice concentrate

1/4 teaspoons vanilla

1/2 cups milk

1/2 cups water

1/2 small banana, sliced

5 ice cubes

Combine everything except ice and blend for 15 seconds. Add ice and blend for 2 minutes.

You are what you eat!
Try it and feel the difference.

Sporst Nutrition Guide Book
Peak Performance Nutition Guidelines


subcorpus said...

hey bro ...
this post is a lot different from your usual stuff ...
never thought personal training involved giving out recipes ... hehe ...
thats more like for nuxair in rahathafaathu or something ...
but i guess this info can be useful for strength training enthusiasts ...
guess your most popular posts are about enlarging important organs of human anatomy ...
hehe ...


bro ...
Personal Training is not about only exercise but to provide useful info on healthy eating too.
Lot of professional players have this complain that they cannot eat (re fuel) after an intense workout or training session.
This is a simple way that a drink can do the refuelig.
I believe it will help them.

Oh!!! I shall ask some cafe's to add some of these in the menu dho ...