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
neat square parcels. Serve warm.The BenefitsChickenThe nation's favourite meat is packed with protein, which you need to repair muscles that are damaged in training and racing. It's also a source of potassium, which, among other functions, promotes
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...
is rich in vitamins (especially C and K), minerals and dietary fibre, which keeps your digestive system running smoothly.This recipe was printed in the October 2011 edition of Triathlete's World magazine. Many thanks to tenderstem.co.uk for supplying
free radicals, those unstable molecules that race around the body looking to inflict cell damage. Red peppers also contain lycopene, which may offer protection from some cancers. Peppers of all colours are a good source of dietary fibre
The benefitsPeppers Peppers are packed with vitamins A and C, two powerful antioxidants. They work together to battle free radicals, those unstable molecules that race around the body looking to inflict cell damage. Red peppers also contain lycopene
disease and some cancers. Low levels of folic acid in men have been associated with a decreased sperm count.This recipe was printed in the July 2011 edition of Triathlete's World magazine. Many thanks to lovebeetroot.co.uk for supplying this recipe.
enhance your recovery.Finally, doubles can be used to prime the pump for workouts or races. In this case, you would want to do the double during the morning before an afternoon workout. The short morning run would serve to prime the body by flushing out
re a first timer, I suggest you focus on finishing the race feeling good. The marathon can be a humbling distance, so be prepared for whatever the day, the weather and the course throw at you. Having an absolute time goal can be a recipe
run.The Dos and Don'ts of Race Nutrition (non-subscriber preview) Tasty tips and easy recipes to help you plan your perfect race build-up diet. Fundraising FocusRunning for charity? Wondering how you'll have time to fit in your fundraising as well
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