You have breakfast, lunch and dinner balanced and correct but are you falling down with your snacks? We tend to focus on main meals when we are trying to manage our nutrition and then in between we are having soft drinks, a quick bar of chocolate or a packet of crisps.
A big event can take a lot out of you. Mentally and physically grueling, long endurance events test you to the limit. Being physically fit and mentally ready are essential but what can you do to help your body recover in the hours and days after you’ve given it all you’ve got?
When it comes to exercise and fitness, the focus tends to be on protein first and everything else comes a distant second. Or third. But, our micronutrients are just as important as our macros when it comes to performance and B vitamins are the on
We have heard an awful lot about sugar recently, but is it really as bad as is claimed? We take a look at some of the myths and truths of sugar and the foods to limit and to enjoy when it comes to negotiating a healthy diet.
Whether you are getting fit for the first time or building on a solid base, there are some key foods to include in any training programme...
For many athletes, sports nutrition is all about building and fuelling muscle. Protein fat and carbs – all the macros – get a mention as well as some of vitamins involved in metabolism. Bones tend to get less of a focus –