snacking is in. Actually it’s not even called snacking any more – it’s called ‘grazing’, and nutrition experts now believe that grazing on five smaller meals throughout the day is better than eating three big ones.Why should this be? It’s mainly because a
trawled the main outlets to find the ones that best stacked up against our nutritional criteria.Winner: Starbucks Falafel and Hummus Flatbread – £2.95Falafel and hummus with tomato, cucumber slices and mixed leaves on a Mediterranean flat bread.Plus points
will be enough afterwards: Cox suggests crudités with hummus as a quick pick-me-up. Alternatively, have a small bowl of pasta with tomatoes, or a packet of oatcakes.
such as sour cream are loaded with calories. Instead, go for the likes of hummus, which is made from chickpeas. If you have a blender, stock up on beans and pulses and make your own with some natural yoghurt and your choice of extras such as garlic, tomato
: your calorie and carbohydrate intake needs to match your training energy output. However, as your training volume increases and then tapers, so should your food intake. Planning your pre-race diet needn't be a nutritional nightmare: here are 25 handy
to match your training energy output. However, as your training volume increases and then tapers, so should your food intake. Planning your pre-race diet needn't be a nutritional nightmare: here are 25 handy do's and don'ts to help get you started
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