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Cherry cacao muffins
Need a post-run chocolate fix? Try these simple cherry cacao muffins.


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Over 40? You need more protein for muscle recovery
A wealth of research finds older athletes aren’t getting enough of this macronutrient after hard workouts.
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Courgette and asparagus risotto with pine nuts, basil and lemon
Enjoy this fresh-tasting risotto for a delicious gluten-free dinner.

5 homemade travel-friendly snacks
Travelling to the office, a workout or a race? Make and bring your own healthy snacks.

6 dishes for leftover roast chicken
Half a dozen fast and healthy runners’ meals.

4 naturally sweet desserts
Delicious, runner-friendly desserts that don’t break the sugar bank.

Why you should eat more plant protein
You don't need mountains of meat to pack protein into your diet.

7 best cheeses for runners
With saturated fat not the diet demon it once was, we've rounded up the top cheeses for your health.

Turkey, barley and kale soup
The speedy soup is a nutritional powerhouse.

Spicy salmon noodle soup
Add some spice to your running life by dishing up this soup post-run.

Chunky tomato and beef soup
Pack in veg and protein with this hearty soup.

Sweet potato and chicken stew
Packed with lean protein and nutritious sweet potatoes, this stew is perfect for muscle recovery on rest days.

Lettuce-wrapped sweet and spicy salmon burgers
Get your omega-3 fix a new way with this healthy, refreshing salmon burger recipe.

Which types of milk are best for runners?
Dairy and plant-based options offer vitamins, minerals and nutrients to build and maintain strength.
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Marathon fuelling: How to avoid the wall
Science in Sport explain how the right nutrition will help you go the distance

Vietnamese-style pulled chicken sandwiches
This quick, protein-packed sandwich is ideal for a make-ahead lunch. Run, shower and then refuel with no fuss.

Honey energy bars
Honey provides simple sugars (fructose and glucose), which are quickly absorbed and converted to energy.

Protein-packed recovery omelettes
Rich in protein and antioxidants, eggs are a quick and convenient meal when you’re in a hurry.

Can eating more fat make you a better runner?
A new – and controversial – diet ditches carbs in favour of eating more fat. Can it really make you a better runner? RW’s AC Shilton tested the theory while training for a marathon; the results were surprising.
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‘Baked’ granola apples
Cooked apples are topped with sugar and cinnamon, plus granola for extra carbs. Add yoghurt for a protein boost.
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9 'healthy' foods that can ruin your running
Diet downfalls that can sabotage your health and your running.

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