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Ahead of the CrossFit Games, here’s what Toomey is eating to power her training sessions, boost recovery and ensure she’s in peak condition.
Around one in 10 women live with polycystic ovary syndrome. So, can nutrition help you deal with the symptoms? Dietitian Laura Tilt gives the expert lowdown.
According to a dietitian.
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One for you and the kids!
*Detours to Baker's Delight*
"Even if you put a giant plate in front of me, I am zero percent interested."
One ham and pineapple please.
And the five fundamental rules you need to follow.
Belly fat be gone.
Anyone for sweet potato fries?
And the best fruit and veg to load up on.
Because sometimes oranges get old.
Max your chillax.
Go easy on the chips.
*Stocks up on cereal.*
As little as one cup per day increases your chances by up to 50 per cent.
The queen of fitness has spoken.
White flour is off the menu.