Recipes for Running Fuel
Take a look at a few of our favorite running fuel recipes from the feedfeed community, just in time for your next race.
Broccoli, Spinach and Chicken Pasta1 of 5
Photo and recipe by @displacedhouswife via feedfeed.info.
Broccoli is packed with Vitamin C, which keeps your immune system in check after a tough workout. It's also a good source of potassium, which improves muscle function and can help to reduce cramps.
Coupled with the complex carbs from the pasta and the protein from the chicken, this dish is a runner's dream.
Mango and Almond Protein Bars2 of 5
Photo and recipe by @cottercrunch via feedfeed.info.
These protein bars are filled with healthy fats, are naturally sweetened and are easy to digest, so they're sure to go the distance with you. Plus, they're gluten-free, paleo and did we mention delicious?
Vanilla and Almond Milk Matcha Smoothie3 of 5
Photo and recipe by @bewellbykelly via feedfeed.info.
Matcha is made of green tea leaves in powder form and is an excellent source of antioxidants. It's also been shown to improve endurance during tough workouts, so be sure to mix some into your smoothies pre-run.
Post-Run Veggie Frittata4 of 5
Photo and recipe by @superfoodrunner via feedfeed.info.
Protein is key for recovery, making this healthy frittata the perfect recovery meal for after a long run. With the added fiber and nutrients from the veggies, your body will thank you for refueling properly.