Fuel supplyCarbs are the body’s primary source of fuel, so they should form a significant part of your diet – around 60 per cent is a good general rule. Stored as glycogen in your muscles and liver, carbohydrate is the fuel your body burns when you
as important as carbohydrate loading. Check out the first Nutrition clinic on marathon fuelling to help on those longer runs.For more info on the products that Dr James works on, check out the SiS GO+ Nitrates.
be hard to meet your daily needs. Bonci suggests getting more by adding it to snacks. “Many snack foods are high in simple carbohydrates that are digested quickly and are low in protein so they don’t keep you full for long,” says Bonci. These weight
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