Eating after workout is absolutely fine, but you have to be careful not to exceed your servings.
To make sure your workout routine is maximally productive, make sure your post workout nutrition is appropriate.
It is very important to consume carbohydrates such as fresh fruit juices 15 minutes after workout to restore glycogen levels.
Research shows that eating 100-200 grams of carbohydrates two hours after exercise is essential to build glycogen, which helps in continued training.
If you don’t have enough carbohydrates two hours after your workout, it results in 50% less glycogen storage and may hinder continued training.
Studies show that females have a tendency to eat more after exercising. Although it is easier for men to burn calories and lose excess body fat through exercises, it can be quite tough for women to keep fit through exercise.
Essential nutrition requirements
To completely replenish the lost glycogen, a meal of around 0.75 to 1 gram of carbohydrates per kilogram of your body weight is required.
For instance, a woman weighing 50kg would need approximately 37.5g to 50g of carbohydrates to restore her body glycogen levels.
You can eat proteins in higher doses of around 0.75 to 1 gram per kg of your total body weight. But make sure that you consume much lower amounts of fat.