Drop a dress size. Double your energy. Two weeks to a better body. Or bad breath and gallons of cabbage soup… diets tend to promise one thing and deliver another. With new programmes being introduced all the time, sometimes it's difficult to sort the desirable from the disastrous...
nutritious foods, including nuts, berries, green vegetables and lean-protein foods. "These types of foods should form the cornerstone of a runner's diet," says RW nutrition editor Anita Bean. "They provide all the vitamins and antioxidants you need to combat
is a big topic. But, in general, the rules for good nutrition and fluid consumption are the same for runners as for everyone else. Three areas of special interest to runners: (1) control your weight, as extra pounds will slow you down; (2) eat lightly
For the past two years, I’ve been teaching a class for novice runners on a university campus. But this is no typical college course – we spend more time running together than discussing and debating.The group meets twice a week for 50 minutes at a time. For homework, I suggest th...
the most of our nutrition archive. There’s plenty to satisfy the curiosity of runners simply looking to improve their diet and internal well-being, from understanding food-group basics and vitamins and supplements to easy-to-make mouth-watering recipes
down your body with booze and junk food? Check out the nutrition basics on runnersworld.co.uk, start a food diary, and let a new lean, mean runner emerge.With the right mix of all-important carbs, protein, good fats and greens inside you, you
BreakfastIf you’re eating a light breakfast and a heavier dinner, your afternoon runs may be suffering. “I call that ‘eating backwards,’” says nutritionist Nancy Clark, author of Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook. “Better to frontload the calories so
,400 contenders, the lucky six will now travel to London to meet their mentors before embarking on their marathon journeys next month.Make sure you don't miss out on the expert training advice, nutrition tips and community support they'll enjoy right up until
The Runner's World 'Guide to Running' is a 324-page mine of information, packed with no-nonsense advice on every aspect of running. Drawing on Runner's World's wide base of coaching, nutrition, medical and sports science experts – and real
and when, wherever you happen to be. It also highlights the nutritional nightmares you should avoid, so you’ll never fall for menu ‘fat-traps’ again. This is the book that makes staying in shape easy. This extract strips nutrition down to the basics
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