Q I often suffer from stomach pains when running. Ive tried antacid tablets, but without success. The pain sometimes eases when I bend over. I think that Im eating correctly and not too soon before running. What do you suggest I do to solve the problem? A When you have food i...
your nutrition intake," she says. If milk upsets your stomach, try yoghurt or experiment with various cheeses (aged cheeses are lower in lactose). "Try to pinpoint the aggravating foods rather than assuming that all milk products are indigestible," adds
."Next time, I would make sure that I had at least one running season under my belt before launching into a marathon build-up, to make sure that I did not have these overtraining injuries."—Lollykins, 7:24:06IndigestionLike so many elements of marathon
and indigestion. Drinks to CelebrateRaise a less-guilty glass with these low-calorie, vitamin-packed cocktails.BLOODY MARYIngredients: 40ml vodka; 85ml tomato juice; 15ml lemon juice; 1 dash each of Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco and celery salt. Shake all
to get indigestion too. When I get home I have a can of SlimFast shake for shorter runs or porridge/banana/honey for longer runs. We're all different, and I think you need to experiment to find what suits you best. – RedheadI have a mug of coffee!! – K9
movement, so peel your fruit to avoid a nasty dose of 'runner's trots'.Cook: Plums are tasty straight from the tree, but damsons and gages have sharp-tasting flesh, which is indigestible when raw. However, a little cooking transforms this fruit
be avoided - or at least eaten in moderation.Digestible carbohydrates fall into two broad camps - simple and complex, both of which contain sugars. There are also indigestible carbohydrates - fibre - which are also integral to a healthy diet.Simple carbs
can wait until 7am with no indigestion risk. Either way, try to nibble through a low-fat breakfast such as porridge, leaving more time than usual if in doubt about your digestion. If you really cant face food, consider meeting your mornings calorie
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