be at risk of nutritional deficiencies as well as poor physical performance.General healthy-eating guidelines as well as specialist requirements for athletes apply to meat-eaters and vegetarians. You daily aim should be to base your meals and snacks
Association and The Nutrition Society. She has completed the London Triathlon twice. Sarah regularly writes for magazines, newspapers and journals.
cravings but do no good in the long run. Our systems are generally more acidic in the morning, which leads to an unconscious desire for fat and lots of it.The FixBuy some low-fat yoghurt to have with a banana or nuts and seeds for an energy
on their body than most of the population, but they tend to compensate by eating more, and generally eating well. This debate is further complicated by a powerful worldwide vitamin-supplement industry that spends enormous amounts of money each year trying
place more demands on their body than most of the population, but they tend to compensate by eating more, and generally eating well. This debate is further complicated by a powerful worldwide vitamin-supplement industry that spends enormous amounts
One of the long-enduring and rarely questioned traditions associated with triathlon events of all kinds is the substantial pasta dinner the evening before race day. After all, who doesn't believe in the hearty, turbo-fuelling advantages of eating a
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