Subscribers can see the full article here. If you'd like to subscribe, you can save 30% and get instant access hereForget energy bars, nutrient-enhanced drinks and other fortified foods. When it comes to fuel, ‘real’ foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean meats,...
food you’re already eating even better. Now, will it be mushrooms, fried onion rings...If you're a Runner's World UK magazine subscriber, you can see a full 10 sets of good-better-bests right here, including pre- and post-run nutrition. Otherwise, enjoy
GETTY IMAGESThere are many reasons to eat seasonal and local food, from the environmental benefits of reducing the miles your food has travelled, to the simple fact that it is often cheaper to buy local food. It could even have an impact on your running. Most runners understand t...
Forget energy bars, nutrient-enhanced drinks and other fortified foods. When it comes to fuel, ‘real’ foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean meats, are a far better option. Within the body, vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients work together with thou...
Nutrition, like running, is pretty basic at its core: eat more fruit and vegetables; eat fewer chips and cheeseburgers. But you have so many options these days that they can confuse you. Here are four simple tips that will make eating easier
Making healthy, performance-enhancing food choices isn't just about picking a salad rather than a quarter-pounder in McDonalds, or replacing Mars Bars with apples on your weekly shopping list. The decisions we make every time we sit down for a meal, or grab a quick snack, can hav...
. There is one area of nutrition, though, where copying America might just be a good idea. Earlier this year the US Government updated its nutrition guidelines – the recommended daily amounts of staples such as sugars and fats. They based the new guidelines
avoid the detrimental effects of the glycogen depletion stage. What should I eat and when? In general, you need around 5-7g of carbohydrate per kilogram of body weight or 60 per cent of your daily calorie intake from carbohydrates. This usually works
GETTY IMAGES1. WALK AND RUNRemember: miles are miles, as far as your belly's concerned. "Coming back from injury last year, I needed a plan to stop me piling on weight," says James Smith from Hemel Hempstead. "I stopped taking the bus and started walking to work and back instead....
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