Cancer killersIt's estimated that one in three of us will develop cancer at some point. Exercise is, of course, very important in maintaining good health, but you can also do some more work in the kitchen to keep you fit and strong. By making some simple healthy adjustments to yo...
Q. Why should I bother with energy drinks? I know that I need to keep hydrated during training and racing, but isnt water good enough?A. As you run, two things happen: (1) you lose water as your body uses it to cool down and (2) you use muscle carbohydrate reserves to fuel you...
foods, such as low-fat dairy products, eggs, lean meats, and beans, provide the additional nutrients that your body needs. Try including some of these foods in your daily diet.Liz Applegate, RW USA Nutrition Editor
sizes arent too big. Dr Sarah Schenker, British Nutrition Foundation registered sports dietician
Q Im fortunate enough to spend a lot of my time working, and therefore running, in hot and humid countries. Recently though Ive noticed that I appear to be losing excessive amounts of salt (evidenced by stains on kit/trainers). I usually take an isotonic drink immediately afte...
Q After a run, I get an intense hangover-type headache that can continue for two to three days, even though I take the usual pills. I don’t drink alcohol or coffee, I drink isotonic drinks when I’m training and racing, and water the rest of the time, but could the headaches stil...
than radically changing your eating pattern.Dr Sarah Schenker, registered sports dietician at the British Nutrition Foundation
Q A few years ago, I was diagnosed with anaemia. Eventually I was able to correct it, but now Im feeling anaemic again. Im not a vegetarian, but Im sure I need more iron. Can you recommend a diet that will give me enough?A It can be a challenge for female runners to get thei...
day to better their health.Peta Bee, RW Nutrition Editor
in itself.Peta Bee, RW Nutrition Editor
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