On the grow

Re­ject the tyranny of the Meal Deal – in­vest in th­ese prod­ucts and eat healthily on the move

Men's Fitness - - Kit Bag -

1 Sis­tema Salad To Go

£6.50 john­lewis.com

Pack­aged sal­ads of­ten turn into a soggy mess af­ter a few hours. This com­part­men­talised lunch box solves that with five sec­tions to keep ev­ery­thing sep­a­rate un­til you’re ready to eat. It even has a screw­top well for stor­ing dress­ing, hum­mus or what­ever else you don’t want get­ting in­volved in pro­ceed­ings un­til lunch time.

2 Nutribul­let

£ 100 buynu­tribul­let.co.uk

Don’t let the tacky in­fomer­cials fool you into think­ing this must be rub­bish – it’s a pow­er­ful-but-por­ta­ble

blen­der that breaks down seeds, stems and tough skins with ease for a silky smooth, err, smoothie, with­out you

hav­ing to sieve out any po­ten­tially nu­tri­tious bits. Un­like most blenders, it’s also easy to keep clean.

3 Prepped and Packed

£ 45 preppedand­packed.com

Cre­ated by body trans­for­ma­tion coach Ben Vin­cent, this ded­i­cated food

bag is fully in­su­lated and comes with three con­tain­ers to help with por­tion con­trol through­out the day. It also has a sup­ple­ment box, space for two shak­ers (one of which is in­cluded) and gel freezer packs

to keep ev­ery­thing fresh.

4 Hy­dracup Dual Shaker

£ 13 trop­i­canafit­ness.com

You’ll get more from your work­outs if you’re prop­erly fu­elled and hy­drated. This chunky two-sec­tion shaker means you can have a pre­work­out and post-work­out drink ready to go with­out hav­ing to carry bag­gies of sus­pi­cious-look­ing pow­ders to the gym – or use it for an iced

cof­fee if you’re so in­clined.

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