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    Fava beans: good post-workout?

    Would fava beans, mixed with a couple eggs and some uncooked olive oill, be a good post-workout meal? (Taking a shake too)

    They don't seem to be a good choice at any other time, because they have a GI value of 79!
    Per 100g they have:
    Protein: 7.60
    Carbs: 19.65
    Fat: 0.40
    Sodium: 5
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    How about liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti?

    It wouldn’t be good for post workout IMO. Maybe the meal after that.
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