. If solid foods seem unappealing in the morning, whip up a fruit and yoghurt smoothie.Experimenting at the wrong timeTrying a new food or drink during a race usually spells disaster, but training sessions are a great time to discover what fuels you best
Every day you are bombarded with images of food, facts about food and outright lies about food, and this constant barrage has to compete with what you already think you know about food. Sometimes you just want a few simple questions answered. So that's what we've done. With the r...
When you're sidelined by injury your natural reaction should be to cut back on calories until it's time to return to training - and burning energy. But the healing process demands fuel, too. "It's like fixing a house," says sports dietitian Cynthia Sass. "A crack in the foundatio...
grams of sodium bicarbonate 2 hours before an intense 30-minute treadmill run. At the end of the run, the runners sprinted to exhaustion, simulating a finishing kick in a race. The runners gained no benefit from the supplementation, as they sprinted
into thin sticks 75g beansprouts 1 tbsp dark soy sauce 1 tsp caster sugar1. Beat the eggs together with the coriander and set aside. Place the chicken on a board, cover with cling film and bash with a rolling pin until 1cm (1/2-inch) thick. Cut into thin
Ingredients (serves 4) 2 tbsp vegetable oil 200g tenderstem broccoli, stems cut in half 1 red pepper, deseeded and sliced 1 yellow pepper, deseeded and sliced ½ bunch spring onions, sliced 200g leftover roast chicken, chopped 1-2 cloves garlic
. It is advised that diabetics should consult a specialist before amending dietary intake. Sources: (Dieticians association of Australia 2005; American Diabetes association 2004)Don't miss our next live forum debate - part of a series in our 2010 Virgin
(coconut water containing natural potassium and sodium). All this stuff is very natural so suits me fine. It will get me through a run of 20-24 miles, about 30-60 seconds off my minute-mile race pace. However, on marathon day, I gloop down around seven
: granola or cereal oat bar; rice pudding; yoghurt with a handful of dried fruit; 1-2 slices of malt loaf; half a lean meat/low fat sandwich; rice cakes with banana and a drizzle of honey on top; breadsticks; a crumpet or if you really like your biscuits
-trial performances of cyclists and significantly increased their power output. Try it Eat honey five minutes before a run for a steady supply of energy, or during races longer than 10K for a performance-boosting carb hit. Bananas This popular fruit will keep you
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