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Have you upped your fitness game recently? Jennifer Low shares the staples to stock up on for quick, healthy preor post-workout meals and on-the-go snacks

WHAT YOU EAT IS CRUCIAL FOR ACHIEVING YOUR FITNESS GOALS. Food needs to provide energy and the right nutrients for you to perform at your best, to build and maintain strong muscles, and to help you recover quickly after a workout. If you’re planning a strenuous exercise session, aim to have easily-digestible, slow-release carbohydrates one to two hours beforehand, followed by a mixture of protein and carbohydrate shortly afterwards to aid muscle recovery and replenish diminished energy stores. Take inspiration from the ingredients and recipes on the following pages…


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Is your marriage making you fat? We reveal how to dodge those happy-couple fat traps for the sake of your waistline. Find out how to eat well to avoid inflammation, the best foods to fuel your workout and need-to-know tips and recipes for your dairy-free storecupboard. Plus: warming soups to curl up with, healthy Indian curry swaps for Friday night and two Sunday roasts go head-to-head on nutrition. Find it all in November’s Healthy Food Guide.