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WHY DRINK RECOVERY?
BECAUSE IT’S A HIGH PROTEIN DRINK!
Intense exercise leads to reduced glycogen(energy) stores in the muscles. Consuming carbohydrates and protein together benefits the refuelling process. Milk contains carbohydrates and protein that can aid in the refuelling of energy in the body.
Sweat loss in athletes generally exceeds fluid intake during exercise. The carbohydrates and electrolytes (potassium & sodium) in milk proves to be effective in recovering fluid levels after exercise.
Intensive exercise leads to the breakdown of muscle protein, which can lead to decreased performance. Intake of Amino acids, protein or carbohydrates, or a combination thereof, after exercise, contributes to enhanced muscle development and decreased risk of injury. Milk contains casein and whey protein in a 3:1 ratio which provides slower digestion and absorption of these proteins.
Gluten... the big bad wolf!It’ll huff and puff and blow(t) your tum down! Oh, how we have villainised gluten, and it’s always a wonder as to why. First and foremost, let’s define this wolf. In short, gluten is a plant protein found most commonly in wheat, barley, rye...
Can HPR be used for weight loss? What can and can't be used for weight loss is likely one of the most googled questions of the past 50 years. Depending on the industry trends, foods bounce from the "naughty" to the "nice" list and back and forth more times than a 4th...
Intermittent Fasting Health Benefits: Fact or Fiction? In recent years, a term that has gained considerable traction has been that of "intermittent fasting". Coined a while back by Martin Berkhan and made popular by the likes of Dr Oz, Michael Mosley, even Oprah,...
Are All Proteins Equal?This is always the golden question when standing in the aisle and choosing what to put in your shopping basket: to steak or to lentil, to pea or to whey... Many people seem to think that a protein is a protein is a protein, and a carb is a carb...
Why does HPR milk contain sugar for recovery?Sugar is a pretty decent post-workout nutritional addition and, in this case, can be considered your friend… Stop the bus! Wait; what? Why on earth would a sports nutritionist and a scientifically researched post-workout...
Cow’s Milk - Friend or Foe?I am sure you have heard somewhere along the line that humans are not meant to process and digest cow’s milk. But is cow’s milk as bad as some people assume it to be? As a sports nutritionist and an educated individual on this matter, I want...
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HPR is loaded with everything that’s good for you to push through your own limits again and again. Often the difference between good performance and average performance has to do with how you fuel your body and help your body recover. HPR helps you to Push Past Possible.