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  Glenn Cardwell, Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian
1. Banana power
Cyclists, tennis players, triathletes and just about anybody involved in sport love to eat bananas before, during or straight after training.
Research shows that having two bananas an hour (with water) works just as well as sports drinks on a 75km bike ride. The banana breaks down in digestion to give natural sugars that fuel the muscles, making it the perfect sports snack.

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When you want to employ the good work of a range of lactobacillus - lactic acid-producing bacteria - and your aim is to exclude fungi/yeasts and moulds, it is important to exclude oxygen.
Judy Davie - The Food Coach
I'm growing broad beans at the moment and it's taking ages - They went into the ground as seedlings a few months ago and now stand proud about 4 feet tall, covered in flowers with no bean in sight.


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