Dietitian, Registered Dietitian with the Health Professions Council and qualified group exercise and BTS instructor. She has experience of working with world-class athletes from a wide variety of sports and is currently the Sports Nutrition Consultant
." So enjoy some roast potatoes for once. Milk also works because it contains fat, as well as protects the stomach. Dr Sarah Schenker, nutritionist with the British Nutrition Foundation, recommends slow-release carbohydrates (such as oats, brown rice
Q. I ran the Flora London Marathon last year and took gels every 45 minutes along with water and sports drinks when they were available. Is 45 minutes about right, or too frequent or infrequent? My feeling from last year was almost that I'd taken on too much... Neil Bolton A...
of nutritional know-how - some weird, some wonderful - that’ll help make you healthier, fitter and even happier. And now is the perfect time to put those new eating plans into practice. We’ve pulled out 49 of our best food fixes to help you eat smarter and run
be achieved by an adequate and balanced diet alone. Further research echoes similar sentiments.Attempting to negotiate the murky waters of supplements is Anita Bean, author of The Complete Guide to Sports Nutrition. Bean along with the British Nutrition
than radically changing your eating pattern.Dr Sarah Schenker, registered sports dietician at the British Nutrition Foundation
you more than half your daily fat allowance – and are also very salty. How healthy your meal is depends on what you opt for. Here’s the low-down on the healthier options and nutritional nightmares among our favourites dishes. ChineseChinese food is one
the stairs instead of the lift, or do some gardening. Nutrition specialist Ann Grandjean says, "I have a long phone cord in my office, which allows me to pace while I talk during the day." Hit the weights: When you build your strength through weight training
1. Remove the skin from poultry before you serve it. This simple tip will save you as much as 5 grams of fat in every serving of chicken and turkey. Also roast meat on a rack so that excess fat can dribble out onto a tray below – this will prevent the fat from being reabsorbe...
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