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glucose index of the meal

Postautor: sweet » 8 sie 2018, o 04:56

Packed full of minerals and healthy fats that help to lower bad cholesterol, nuts are the perfect go-to snack when you’re feeling peckish. Almonds, cashew nuts and walnuts and pistachios are nuts every runner should snack on and here’s why:

ALMONDS
If you’re looking for a great post-run recovery snack, look no further Nike Air Max 2016 Femme than almonds. Not only do almonds contain calcium, magnesium and potassium, all of which help keep your bones strong, they are also a great source of protein. It is important to eat some Nike Cortez Femme protein (as well as carbs) after a run, as protein-rich foods help to rebuild protein that has been broken down during exercise and help with post-run muscle recovery. One handful of almonds (32g) contains 13% of your daily-recommended allowance of protein.

Almonds also play a role in keeping blood sugar levels down when eaten Nike Air Max Command Femme with food that is high in sugar. One study found that when eaten with bread (a high glucose index food), almonds helped reduce the overal glucose index of the meal.

PISTACHIOS
Pistachios contain Adidas Gazelle Femme more potassium and vitamin K than other nuts. Potassium is a vital mineral for runnners because it plays a role in keeping the body’s muscle tissue in condition. Any deficiencies in potassium can lead to fatigue, muscle weakness and cramping. 100grams of pistachios contains 29% of your daily-recommended allowance of the vital www.thekursaal.co.uk mineral.
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