Want to know what to eat for before and after your run? Here’s what we suggest:


If you know you’ll run/walk at a fast pace for at least 40 minutes, fuel up with an easily digestible snack that’s low in fibre, protein and fat – think along the lines of a banana or rye toast with peanut butter.


Sipping on water is best, although, for longer runs, energy drinks are a good source of electrolytes.


Within an hour of your run, grab a snack containing carbs to replace your fuel stores, protein for muscle repair and fluid to hydrate you. Our Peanut Butter Crunch Protein-Plus bar is the ideal post-workout snack!


Your daily diet can have a big impact on your run and the key here is variety – meals should include a mix of carbs, protein and healthy fats.

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