Tuna and butter bean salad Arrange 2 handfuls watercress (or other salad leaves) and some chopped peppers on a plate. Spoon 100g tinned tuna on top, breaking it up as you go. Scatter over 100g (approx of a 410g can) butter beans. Pour over 1
You might think that, as a health-conscious runner, you're eating all the right things, but the chances are you have at least one nutritional bad habit. Whether it's a penchant for chocolate cookies or a more serious pitfall such as running on empty
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
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
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...
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
.Beware Of The Gas Avoid gas-forming foods such as baked beans and other pulses, cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower), bran cereals and spicy foods.Take To The Bottle Keep a water bottle handy so you remember to drink regularly throughout
of these chewy and moist bars in a flavour you'll like. They're nutritionally excellent, but some tasters felt they were an effort to eat on the run. Contact www.scienceinsport.com; 01254 246 060
feel physically tired, adjust your food intake to allow you a healthy rate of weight loss as well as a high energy level. —Anita Bean, RW Nutrition Editor
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