Need to up your protein but bored of the same old scramble? Try this twist on poached eggs from TV chef Gizzi Erskine.Each egg provides six grams of muscle-building protein. And don't worry about fat: the British Heart Foundation has dropped its advice to limit your egg intake af...
in mind. Whether you're in need of inspiration or even if can't face a proper meal before a run, there is something here to fuel your session and set you up for the day. HOMEMADE AND HEALTHY Take a little time to make your own cereal and you'll dodge
The chef: Patricia Wells has been a runner for four and a half decades, and prizes the boost in productivity she gets from lacing up six days a week. Which may explain how she’s managed to author over a dozen cookbooks (patriciawells.com).Active ingredientsx: A huge 59g of carbs,...
– previously regarded as runners’ staples. To fuel performance and help fight chronic disease, the US government recommends at least three 25g servings of whole grains daily and vegetables from five different categories each week. The chances are that the UK
doorstep - which is great for the environment as well as your wallet. Together, they're the perfect recipe for healthy and hearty fuel for your increasing training load as the nights draw in. Apples Since the Romans brought the apple to the Britain, we
Energy with benefits“No nutrient works in isolation: think about your diet as a whole in terms of the way each nutrient functions with its co-factors to promote absorption and utilisation,” says The Food Doctor, Ian Marber, author of Supereating (£12.99, Alhambra House).Pasta + S...
is the perfect fuel for running. Virtually fat-free and low in calories, it has a ‘medium’ GI rating with an extremely low Glycaemic Load (GL), which means it’s converted into sugars very slowly – just the thing to keep blood sugar levels stable and fuel long
Winter might seem like a lean time, but forget getting by on imported or tinned food - Britain's farmers are on hand with a bounty of nutrient-packed fruit and veg. Fill up on fuel for your winter training with the very best of British - and as well
Conventional dieting wisdom doesn’t work for runners. It leaves you hungry, tired, and... overweight. So we updated popular weight-loss strategies to meet a runner’s needs. Here’s how you can fuel up smarter (on real food
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