CHINESE“There has been a lot of negative publicity about the use of the food additive monosodium glutamate (MSG) in Chinese food and there are now fewer places using it as an ingredient,” says Currell. However, it’s worth asking if it is used when you’re ordering. Try to avoid it...
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and Lucozade pouches if they were included as part of the water stations. However, I've decided to up my game and enter a marathon. The thing is, I just don't understand nutrition. What stuff should I be eating on the run? Talk to me like a seven
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Recovering from a run is just as important as fueling for the next. By taking a recovery drink after you exercise you’ll speed up muscle repair, rehydrate and give your immune system a boost. Research suggests that a combination of carbohydrate and protein helps to restore glycog...
and mental limits and have fun as you work towards your running goals, whether that's to get in shape, finish a your first 5K or run a marathon.With chapters on training, health, nutrition, weight loss, running and pregnancy, motivation, cross
Nutrition IndexHere are seven must-read nutrition articles for every runner: • Food Groups: The Basics• Eating And Training: How To Time It Right• The Ultimate Runners' Snacks• Healthy Takeaway Options• Vegetarian tips• Five healthy eating plans
sandwich.When eaten as a meal, your sandwich should provide a quarter of your calorie and nutritional needs. As a snack, your sandwich should provide a sixth of your needs. You may need two sandwiches (for a main meal) to make up your nutritional quota
, you can dramatically improve the nutritional quality of your diet. Next time you’re doing the weekly shop, try to make one healthy change in each aisle of the supermarket to improve your health as well as your running.Cereal thriller Breakfast cereals
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,...
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