to protect against cancer and signs of ageing, says the Journal of Food and Science Nutrition.Many thanks to pinkladyapples.co.uk for providing this recipe, which was printed in the June 2011 edition of Runner's World magazine.
that staves off infection. The green spears are also packed with riboflavin, which helps your body metabolise carbs into the sugars that fuel your runs.Many thanks to british-asparagus.co.uk for providing this recipe, which was printed in the May 2011 edition
with the remaining dressing and sprinkle with chopped parsley. Then serve with crusty bread. The SkinnyCalories 404Sugar 12.7gFat 28.1gSaturates 6.1gSalt 1.4gMany thanks to ukshallots.com for providing this recipe.
to researchers from Queen Mary, London.Many thanks to lovebeetroot.co.uk for providing this recipe, which was printed in the July 2011 edition of Runner's World magazine. Sweetfire® marinated beetroot is available from Tesco's and Waitrose.
, people who consumed the most olive oil preserved more bone density throughout their lives.Thanks to www.tastesofsummer.co.uk for the recipe and photo.
boosted their cholesterol oxidisation by 20 per cent in another study. Thanks to pinkladyapples.co.uk for the recipe and photo which featured in our October 2011 edition.
. If this sounds familiar, modify your diet gradually. For example, instead of frying meat, try a low-fat recipe, but make the side dishes the way you normally would.Focus on flavour “You need to get used to tasting the foods you eat rather than the fat you cook
of the bun. The Chicken Burger recipe is adapted from Anjum Anand's 'Indian Food Made Easy' (Quadrille, £14.99). For more on Anjum, please visit anjumanand.co.uk
"This recipe takes time but rewards patience," says pastry chef Gesine Bullock-Prado. "It's all whole foods that pack nutritional punch and guarantee a carbo load with staying power."Serves: Makes 4 loaves 325g organic wheat berries480ml spring
into the bloodstream.Avoid refined sugars which will take longer to give you an energy boost - natural honey rapid releases simple sugars will give you a kick to the finish. And while adding salt to recipes is often unnecessary, a pinch of sodium chloride
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