Being vegetarian doesn't mean you have to compromise on performance. Anecdotal evidence suggests that a vegetarian diet for endurance athletes is by no means detrimental. However, an athlete who consumes a poorly planned vegetarian diet may
Q A few years ago, I was diagnosed with anaemia. Eventually I was able to correct it, but now Im feeling anaemic again. Im not a vegetarian, but Im sure I need more iron. Can you recommend a diet that will give me enough?A It can be a challenge
Put old jack-o-lanterns to good use with this colourful curry: rich in carbs but low in calories. Carnivores can bulk the recipe up by adding 200g diced chicken.Serves 2-4Preparation time: 45 minutes1 tbsp sunflower oil1 onion, chopped3cm piece of ginger, peeled ...
or not, has the same total fat content as butter (about 80 per cent), so look for a reduced-fat label if you want fewer calories.Q: Vegetarian Or Meat-Eater?A: There are definite health advantages to be gained from switching to meat-free eating. Some
Vegetarians and occasional meat/fish eaters live longer than the general meat-munching population, according to research by the German Cancer Research Centre – something to relish as you whip up this nutrient-rich dish during National Vegetarian
your immune system. For a healthier option up the fruit and lower the icecream filling - but as it's Christmas, we'll let you off. Practise your basket-making skills before the big day and the Vegetarian Society recommend using vegan icecream
Q. I’m vegetarian and am wondering if I should refuel with a protein drink after exercise? I know some nutritionists think we already eat enough protein but as a veggie I’m not sure I do.A. It is a common concern that vegetarian diets can be lacking
Calories 179Fat 1.6gCarbs 5.8gProtein 14.31g© Copyright The Vegetarian Society 2011 Many thanks to The Vegetarian Society for supplying this image and recipe.
, courtesy of sports nutritionist Nancy Clark. One day a week, go vegetarian Forsaking meat for just one day a week will introduce you to new, healthy foods; and over time you may even develop a hankering for vegetarian fare (which tends to be high in fibre
Q I keep reading that omega-3 fish oils are really healthy, but I’m vegetarian. How can I include them in my diet without resorting to a tin of sardines? A It’s true that omega-3s are very good for you. Along with helping to reduce blood
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