Lucozade Sport£10.80 for 12 bottles Carbs per 500ml: 32g“Contains all the major nutrients you need,” says coach Chris Husbands. “Better for longer events – half-marathon and above. Raspberry is actually nicer than standard orange
an isotonic mix in the stomach. Contains a blend of fast- and sustained-release carbohydrates.Leppin Squeezy (125ml) £2.99 or 69p (25g)Per 100g: 251 kcal; 63g carb; 0g protein; 0g fatCost per 100 calories: 77p/£1.06Main ingredients: Enzymatic hydrolysate
'.But despite all the hours of putting left after right, if you're not prepared to provide your body with the fuel it needs along the way to the finish line, you won't get there half as quickly as you'd planned. A race nutrition strategy is as important to your
at Sports-Nutritionist.com. "Then you need to take in foods that give you the fuel to perform your best." Here's how. Calories are based on a 68kg athlete.Picture credit: Sue TallowEasy Spin or RunCalories: 200 to 300 Time before: 30-45 minutes
does stretch.Contact www.1000mile.co.ukNike Hydration Belt £20 This is pitched as a drinks belt but it has such a small capacity that you wonder whether it can do the job of keeping you hydrated. The belt itself is the stretchy, Velcro-fastening type
to recover. It doesn't feel too heavy and means you can get your recovery fuel in quicker than usual. – Pingu1903Relax with a glass of the white stuff Research suggests that milk is your best bet as a post-run drink for all sorts of reasons, not least
We all expect our waistbands to expand a little over the festive season – in fact, the average Briton eats more than 4,000 calories on Christmas Day alone.Flick through our slideshow to discover the healthiest seasonal nibbles - and how a standard
. It’s just that these are my favourites - and they're great on yoghurt and porridge too!1. Mix together the butter, sugar and honey, then stir in the dry ingredients.2. Bake at Gas Mark 4 1/2 / 180 degrees / 170 fan for about 20 mins
The Knack Of The SnackFor all sorts of reasons - scientific research, improved transport, refrigeration, additives, greed - we are taunted and tempted day and night by fatty, sugary, visually enticing foods and drinks. They're everywhere and they can be hard to resist, but if you...
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