Keeping fit: What to eat, when to eat and why

It might be fashionable to exclude carbohydrates from your diet, but it is not necessarily the healthiest approach to eating – especially if you are also working out. Jon Denoris, a performance coach, is a proponent of “nutrient timing”: eating the right food at the right time of day. I spoke to him for advice.
Can you pronounce the ingredients?
“Eat unprocessed, whole foods as often as possible,” says Denoris. “If your diet is rich in high-quality meat and fish; essential fats such as avocados, nuts and coconut oil; whole foods such as brown rice and quinoa – which have a lower GI rating than white pasta or white boiled rice; and lots of vegetables, then you are already eating healthily. If your food has a label, however, then be wary. If you can’t pronounce the ingredients, don’t eat it.

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