These are high calorie but do contain good stuff too and I think they are great for the digestion - add some turbo power!Makes: enough to feed an armyIngredients:250g butter250g soft dark brown sugar250g honey500g oats. I like to use jumbo oats and normal cheap oats mixed togethe...
January 23-29. Many thanks to www.shakeupyourwakeup.com for supplying the featured recipe.
"This is my go-to breakfast," says Nate Appleman. "It's easy to make and gives me long-lasting energy when I'm training."Serves: Makes two 350ml servings. 1 frozen, peeled banana, cut into 1-inch pieces100g frozen mango25g fresh blueberries 2 tbsp shredded coconut4 tbsp plain yog...
Shop-bought energy bars can be packed with preservatives, additives and E numbers. This simple recipe from The Food Hospital, a book based on the Channel 4 TV series, offers up maximum nutritional benefits with every bite.Preparation time: 55
at keeping blood sugar levels stable.Many thanks to British Lion Eggs for providing this recipe.
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,...
'Tis the season to eat well, so we've compiled some of our favourite Christmas recipes. As well as being delicious, all the recipes below are packed with nutrients that'll boost your immune system and fuel your running. As the chocolate wrappers
Food writer Pam Anderson cooks up this family favourite which combines high-carb pasta with lean turkey and feta meatballs, making it ideal running fuel. Serves: 48 garlic cloves (3 whole, 5 crushed)600g minced turkey115g feta cheese, crumbled110g
Pastry chef Gesine Bullock-Prado's gluten-free mini loaves with no added fat make the ideal fuel before a long run.240g organic apple sauce440g black beans, drained200g wholegrain oat flour90g cocoa powder 2 tbsp baking powder1 tsp salt230ml agave
that staves off infection. The green spears are also packed with riboflavin, which helps your body metabolise carbs into the sugars that fuel your runs.Many thanks to british-asparagus.co.uk for providing this recipe, which was printed in the May 2011 edition
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