.8gSaturated fat: 0g Many thanks to wholegraingoodness.com for providing this recipe.
of the wraps, roll them up and enjoy.The SkinnyCalories 387Fat 13.1gCarbs 39gProtein 19gMany thanks to www.eatwelshlamb.co.uk for supplying the recipe and photo.
are the sweetest onions, and researchers at Cornell University in the US have proved that they're the most nutritious, too. The little bulbs beat other varieties in a test of cancer-fighting phenol and energy-boosting antioxidant content. This recipe first appeared
"This is my go-to breakfast," says Nate Appleman. "It's easy to make and gives me long-lasting energy when I'm training."Serves: Makes two 350ml servings. 1 frozen, peeled banana, cut into 1-inch pieces100g frozen mango25g fresh blueberries 2 tbsp shredded coconut4 tbsp plain yog...
"I love risotto," says food writer and runner Art Smith, "and making it with steel-cut oats makes it extra healthy and delicious.Serves: 4 1/2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil100g steel-cut oats1 onion, chopped2 cloves garlic, minced250g sliced fresh asparagus100g sliced mushrooms1-1 ...
This cake is perfect for breakfast on the go: simply wrap it up in cling film and take it with you. The combination of the honey and butternut squash in this recipe gives the cake a special sticky, sweet quality and because there is neither oil
Getting your five a day needn’t be a chore – and needn’t preclude pudding, thanks to these delicious dessert recipes from Kate Percy, author of Go Faster Food (£12.99, Vermillion). Each has a healthy shot of veg hidden inside.Gooey chocolate
fraiche on the side.The Skinny(For an eighth of the cake)Calories 551Sugar 32.5gFat 34.0gSaturates 20.6gMany thanks to www.lovebeetroot.co.uk for supplying this recipe and photo.
the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism.Many thanks to Mark Bittman for providing this recipe, which is taken from his Food Matters Cookbook (£22.60, Simon & Schuster).
sharpMany thanks to www.peashoots.com for providing this recipe, which was printed in the May 2010 edition of Runner's World magazine.
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