Tag: Diet and Eating tips

Done With Your Run? Grab a Fork to Speed Your Recovery

Done With Your Run? Grab a Fork to Speed Your Recovery

Did we get your attention? We hope so. It’s our job to inform you that the foods you eat after a run are equally as important as the ones in…

25 Diabetes Friendly Local Foods to Eat in Singapore

25 Diabetes Friendly Local Foods to Eat in Singapore

We live in a food paradise and one in three Singaporeans eat out more than they do at home. While we all know it’s healthiest to cook our own meals,…

Forbidden Rice: Food For The Emperors, Good For The Runners!

Forbidden Rice: Food For The Emperors, Good For The Runners!

Black rice, often referred to as forbidden rice, is a grain which has been used for thousands of years for its deliciously nutty flavor and exceptional health benefits. Although it’s…

How to Run Less, Eat More and Lose Weight!

How to Run Less, Eat More and Lose Weight!

Sometimes it feels as though a new theory comes along every week that asks you to consider the relationship between eating, running and weight loss. Who hasn’t experienced eating everything…

Can Becoming a Vegetarian Impact Your Running Life? You Decide.

Can Becoming a Vegetarian Impact Your Running Life? You Decide.

As a runner, you know that it takes more than sticking to a fitness program to stay on top of your health goals. Food, the great sustainer of life, plays…

Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road? To Keep Runners Healthy, Of Course!

Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road? To Keep Runners Healthy, Of Course!

Ever wonder what running and the breast meat of chicken have in common? Okay, so this topic hasn’t been at the forefront of your brain, but now that we’ve posed…

How to Make Running and Fasting Coexist

How to Make Running and Fasting Coexist

When you think about your training programme, does it mandate pre-marathon carb loading, choosing menu items that are heavy on proteins and low on processed foods and sugars? That’s pretty…

How To Improve Joint Function and Protect Them from Wear and Tear

How To Effectively Protect Your Joints When You Workout

Does any runner on the planet get away with sprinting through life without the joint aches and pains that are so often mentioned when describing the downside of our favourite…

If Your Running Performance is Bad, Eating These Could Really Help.

If Your Running Performance is Bad, Eating These Could Really Help.

Unless you are a physician or a nutritionist, learning what vitamins and minerals your body needs to optimize your running performance and how to consume them can be an overwhelming…

How You Can Survive Chinese New Year Feasting Easily

How You Can Survive Chinese New Year Feasting Easily

The celebrations for Chinese Lunar New Year (CNY) or the Spring Festival normally last for a period of 15 days. The first few days of the CNY holidays are the most hectic and with frequent festive eating, it’s inevitable that we might eat a little more than we expected.

How Much Do You Know About Your Protein Intake?

How Much Do You Know About Your Protein Intake?

What is protein made of? I once saw two enthusiasts of fitness arguing about if rice has protein. The one stating that rice has no protein is totally wrong. Probably watched too much epic mealtime.

Dr. Ruth Heidrich is on a Mission to Heal the World, One Run at a Time!

Dr. Ruth Heidrich is on a Mission to Heal the World, One Run at a Time!

First things first: This Dr. Ruth is not the U.S. TV personality and sex therapist, but she’s plenty sexy—for an 80-year-old with a remarkable story to tell. The feisty, optimistic vegan is not bashful about sharing her opinions after surviving more than most throughout her action-packed life. She’s an author, speaker, lifestyle coach, marathoner, cancer survivor and if you saw the award-winning documentary film “Forks over Knives,” she appeared in that, too. Dare we add that Dr. Ruth is a great-grandmother and former military logistics engineer whose life story has taken our collective breath away?