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BLOG - NUTRITION TIPS

By www.runnersworld.com on 3 Jan 2017
  • health
  • nutrition
  • workouts

Grilled cheese sandwiches aren’t just for kids. These six creations will delight even the most grown-up palate.
For each recipe, heat a pat of butter on medium-low, and grill sandwich until both sides are crispy and cheese has softened.

By Chara Malioti on 6 Dec 2016
  • health
  • nutrition
  • workouts

Exercise that lasts less than 60-90 minutes (e.g., 5-10km running, sprint distance triathlon, cycling race) - usually extra carbohydrates are not needed, so there is no need for snacking during your exercise.

By Chara Malioti on 6 sept 2016
  • health
  • nutrition
  • workouts

The urgency to find a toilet can ruin a great workout! For some, it is experienced as pain in the stomach or bloating, but for others, the toilets should be accessible at regular intervals.

By Chara Malioti on 2 luly 2016
  • recovery
  • high
  • Carbohydrate

This extra supply of carbohydrate has been shown to improve sports involving endurance, allowing athletes to perform at their optimal level for a longer period. It is estimated that carbohydrates loading can improve performance in a specified distance by 2-3%.

By Limassol Marathon on 10 maY 2016
  • 92% water
  • high
  • potassium

it tastes sweeter because sugar is it’s main taste producing agent

By Limassol Marathon on 10 maY 2016
  • Protein
  • Strength
  • Carbohydrates

Skipping breakfast can leave you tired, weak, unable to concentrate and also can lead to overeating at later meals and snacks.

By Limassol Marathon on 1 march 2016
  • Protein
  • Strength
  • Carbohydrates

Good nutrition plays a key role in achieving your personal exercising goals. Having a well-balanced diet is vital to ensure sufficient energy while exercising or competing to help with your training and recovery.

By Chara Malioti on 2 feb 2016
  • News
  • Cookies

TWe haven’t digested the honeys cookies and the shortbreads yet from Christmas and now the chocolate hearts are coming. We ate far too much during Christmas and like every year we are putting new personal goals, new hopes and new nutrition programme.

By Limassol Running Club on 5 Jan 2016
  • Nutrition
  • Tips
  • Health

Brown rice flour is naturally gluten-free so this is a top recommended choice. However, those with a low-sensitivity to gluten or no sensitivity to gluten can also opt for the rye flour or spelt flour options as well.

By Limassol Running Club on 1 dec 2015
  • Nutrition
  • Tips
  • Health

The greatest way to determine your sweat-rate is to weigh yourself before and after a challenging 1 hour run. ... you will see how much water-weight you have lost in the last hour...

  • Nutrition
  • Tips
  • Health

The greatest way to determine your sweat-rate is to weigh yourself before and after a challenging 1 hour run. ... you will see how much water-weight you have lost in the last hour...

By Mind Your Greens Nutrition Counseling on 1 September 2015, 10:30AM
  • Nutrition
  • Tips
  • Health

You may remember the famous Chia Pet commercial and think to yourself, “how can that grass-like substance be beneficial to me as a runner?” but chia seeds have a much more amazing history than just those old plant commercials.

By Mind Your Greens Nutrition Counseling on 1 October 2015, 10:30AM
  • Nutrition
  • Carbs
  • Tips

When we discuss carbohydrates, the first thing that comes to most minds are big plates of pasta, bread, and rice; "Carbo-loading", as it has popularly become known. But true "carbo-loading" takes a different form.