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Thread: Banana Shake for Body Builders ?

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    Banana Shake for Body Builders ?

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    As you know that body building needs energy and stamina which is possible with some drinks such as banana shake which is considered the best energy drink . It is simple to prepare , Just cut 10 bananas into small pieces and add some milk and then sugar and after that blend all in juicer blender for 3 to 5 minutes and lastly your shake is ready . People should drink this before workout at Gym .

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    Sounds good, I'll take the shake, but I ain't working out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidryan View Post
    Hi Guys.....

    As you know that body building needs energy and stamina which is possible with some drinks such as banana shake which is considered the best energy drink . It is simple to prepare , Just cut 10 bananas into small pieces and add some milk and then sugar and after that blend all in juicer blender for 3 to 5 minutes and lastly your shake is ready . People should drink this before workout at Gym .
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    Just how do you get 10 bananas in a blender, even cut up. Must be very small bananas. Laughing, laughing
    I have had 2 bananas, whey powder, milk and sweetner, then blended. Usually drink this instead of a meal.

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    snicker, grins, and lots of chuckles!!!!!!
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    10 bananas? Plus sugar and milk? That's more than enough, to make me barf.
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    10 banana's? I don't think 10 people should drink that many banana's-we put real Spinach leaves, 1 banana, cinnamon, 1 tablespoon peanut butter, and 1 cup almond milk, 1 scoop protein powder into our machine, blend and drink-lots of protein, for body building, and as a meal also-don't look too good, but does taste good-might want to try this instead of 10 banana's.

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    i use a pint of home made goat milk yogurt, 4 or 5 bananas, a cup or so of blueberries, some almond butter, avocado, apple sauce, some Quick then blend it.
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    I blend a banana, coconut or almond milk, whey protein, flax seed, vanilla and ice. No sugar needed. Very tasty! And healthy. Makes a great breakfast on the way to work.
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    I know that bananas are very good for you but a 10 banana shake seems like a lot for one person as I don't think it is something you can make, drink and put leftover into fridge. My question is, why not just eat a banana or two?

    Reminded of a sign that hung in the fruit and veggie store I shopped at for my mom when I was a kid, it was of some sliced banana in a dish with some milk and the caption said 'The perfect meal.'

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