recipes.From soups to smoothies and mains to muffins, each recipe uses easy-to-source ingredients and requires minimal preparation. And as each has been scrutinised by our team of nutritional experts, we can guarantee everything is packed with nutrients
system; and minerals such as manganese, which helps make some of the body's enzymes. This is by no means an exhaustive list: green beans also contain potassium, iron, B vitamins, vitamin K and copper.This recipe was printed in the June 2011 edition
There is no one more qualified to create meals for marathon runners than a chef who runs. So we recruited three famous chefs who have run the Flora London Marathon: Gordon Ramsey, Brian Turner and Michel Roux Jr, to develop recipes for meals
.CarrotsCarrots are bursting with vitamin A, important for good vision, cell growth and maintaining a strong immune system.Many thanks to eggrecipes.co.uk/mealsinminute for providing this recipe, which was printed in the May 2011 edition of Triathlete's World magazine.
The chef: Runner Rocco Dispirito also enjoys the challenge of triathlons. ‘I’m a person of extremes and it sounds like a sport that was invented on a dare,’ says the half-Ironman and author of Now Eat This! 100 Quick Calorie Cuts (£9.89, Grand Central Publishing). Active ingredie...
The chef : Pastry chef and five-time marathoner Gesine Bullock-Prado recently completed her third cookbook Bake It Like You Mean It (£18.99, Stewart, Tabori & Chang) – and then signed up for a half marathon. ‘By the time I finish any baking book, my weight takes a hefty surge, an...
There is no one more qualified to create meals for marathon runners than a chef who runs. So we recruited three famous chefs who have run the Flora London Marathon: Gordon Ramsey, Brian Turner and Michel Roux Jr, to develop recipes for meals leading
The benefits:MushroomsThese delicious and versatile fungi may fight colds and flu. Compounds in the white button variety boost the activity of immune-system cells that help tackle infections. Mushrooms also contain vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), which helps in the production of e...
(which includes lots of tomatoes) is a good bet for a long and healthy life.With our tasty recipe ideas you can combine stocking up on your nutrients with scrummy, moreish meals.
The chef: Author of How to Cook Without a Book (£15, Broadway Books) Pam Anderson’s marathon medal collection is in double figures. ‘I like to run two big races a year because it keeps me training constantly,’ she says (threemanycooks.com).Active ingredients: The protein in chick...
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