Meghan Markle’s Fave Post-Workout Shake Has Been Revealed

Here's the recipe.


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Whatever it is, Meghan Markle’s got it. So, naturally, we want what she’s having. Her favourite post-workout shake has been revealed, thanks to a past interview, so get blending the following ingredients, with added notes from nutritionist and naturopath, Jess Blair. Your drink probably won’t be served on a silver platter, though. Soz about that.

Half cup almond milk

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Bonus: Almond Breeze Unsweetened is sugar free and contains fewer kilojoules than Almond Breeze Original.

R 38.95

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“Low in fat, but high in protein and fibre. Watch out for added flavours, sugars and preservatives.”

Half cup frozen blueberries

“High in antioxidants and fibre; low in kilojoules.” Get them at your local supermarket in the frozen food section.

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Half cup coconut water

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Raw C coconut water has no added sugars and is very low in natural sugar.

R 29

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“Great for hydration and maintaining electrolyte levels. Look for 100-percent coconut water with no added sugar.”

1 tsp cinnamon

“Can improve sensitivity to insulin, a hormone that keeps our blood sugar levels balanced. It’s also great for keeping cravings at bay.” If you don’t have cinnamon in your kitchen, stock up – it’s so good for you and has so many uses. You’ll find it at your local supermarket.

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Sprinkle of chia seeds

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An energy-boosting, anti-ageing superfood that's easy to digest and absorb.

R 31

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“High in vitamins and minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesium; super-high in fibre; a great source of omega-3.”

Protein powder of choice

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This power-packed protein supplement is formulated to help improve muscle recovery, boost strength and endurance and reduce inflammation.

R 215

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“Adding protein helps keep you fuller for longer.” Try Phyto Pro Thrive Lifestyle Protein.

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