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We like to be health conscious here at South Beach – because looking good is about feeling good – and as it’s World Health Day today, we’re bringing you three of our favourite nourishing recipes. But improving your health isn’t just about what we put into our bodies, it’s about how much we work our bodies too. Shop our fabulous Fitness Range to get motivated at the gym or at the running park and read on for some healthy ideas for post-gym feeding.

Here are 3 healthy recipes to help you refuel and recover. Happy World Health Day, everyone!

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1/ Sweet Jacket Potato

A medium sweet potato is around 100 calories and contains zero fat – hooray! Packed with vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin D, iron, magnesium and potassium, it’s the perfect post-gym treat for replenishing and reloading glycogen stores. And made with dairy free olive spread, you have a great source of good fats.


1 medium sweet potato

1 tin of tuna

1 red onion

Coriander (chopped)

1 tbsp. soured cream

Olive spread


Bake your sweet jacket potato at 180°C (fan oven) for 45 minutes. Drain the tuna, dice the red onion and mix together with the soured cream and coriander. Once the jacket potato has cooled a little, spread with olive spread and then top with the tuna. Add pepper to taste.

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2/ Steak and Steamed Veg

Eye of round roast and sirloin are the leanest cuts of steak. Cook on a hot griddle with low fat rapeseed oil (full of omega 3) and you will have a yummy source of delicious protein and healthy fats to reboost after exercise. Steam some seasonal vegetables and flavour with pepper, chilli or paprika.


1 round roast / sirloin steak

Seasonal vegetables

1 tsp rapeseed oil


For a 2cm thick steak, the following times apply; 1 minute each side (blue), 1 ½ minutes each side (rare), 2 minutes each side (medium-rare), 2 ¼ minutes each side (medium), 3-4 minutes each side (well done). Steam the vegetables in a microwave or in a strainer/colander inside a pan of boiling water with the lid on.

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3/ Banana Recovery Smoothie

If you don’t have time for a square meal, why not refuel with this delicious smoothie packed full of proteins, potassium and magnesium. Enjoy this super simple smoothie before or after your workout to boost healthy muscle function.


1 banana (chopped)

1 cup of milk

2 tbsp. natural yoghurt


Simply blend all the ingredients together until thick and smooth. Grate some dark chocolate or raw cacao nibs over the top of your drink for an extra delicious treat. For a bit of kick, add cinnamon.