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36 THE HOUSE OF welness hether you are a seasoned runner or a budding yogi, fuelling the body does not have to involvee counting kilojoules or eating boring food according to sports dietitian Simone Austin. Simone, who has worked with the Australian cricket team. Melbourne Storm and the Hawthorn Football Club, believes eating like an elite athlete will help you perform at your best. Her new book. Eat Like An Athlete, offers advice to give bodies optimal nourishment for working out, competitions and recovery - no matter what their activity level Simone encourages anyone who exercises to follow the lead of athletes by using nutrition as a tool to maximise per ke for those rich in nutrients, she sa At snack time include nuts soup. yoghurt. cheese and wholegrain biscuits rather than packet biscuits, cakes and lollies. rul Every body is different. so understanding individual hydration needs is critical to ensuring you're drinking enough water or other suitable beverages to fuel performance RING YOUR A different combination of fluids can be needed for different people. Simone says per hour while others only a couple o She explains that a healthy immune system is vital, particularly during periods of ntense exercise Include vegetables a mea a general and add protein to every meal which we all need to do, Simone says. Swap jam on your toast for cheese gumes baked beans or an egg, and a a slice of cheese. legumes or nuts, to your Sports dietitian Simone Austin has worked with elite sports clubs for more than two decades. Ahead of the release of her new book, she shows how boosting nutrition can help anyone become fitter, faster and stronger WORDS JENNA MEADE Over-eating caso it is important which can slow you down. so it is important o listen to your body needs. A smoothie an hour beforea sufice, but you participating in sports such as football Us will need to eat more containing foods that are not too Having food in the stomach helps maintain blood supply to the gut, which is important to ATHLETE ardie Grant Books, FAST TRACK? IT CAN LOWER INSULIN LEVELS Based on research that night-time eating is associated with a higher risk of obesity and diabetes, researchers from the University of Alabama conducted a study with a group of obese men with pre-diabetes. Half ate TO FIND OUT WHAT A FASTING DAY LOOKS LIKE VISIT HOUSEOFWELLNESS.COM.AU A Whether it is the keto diet, 5:2, or 168, intermittent fasting is increasing in popularity. While often motivated by 7am-7pm While both groups maintained their weight. the eight-hour group reported dramatically lower insulin levels and significantly improved insulin sensitivity, as University of Illinois at Chicago researchers assigned 23 obese weight loss goals, we examine weight loss goals, we examine the other impacts of giving well aeden snsitiviyas Volunteers to the 168 diet, where they could only eat from l0am-6pm. They consumed fewer calories, lost weight and had improvements blood pressure, compared with a well as decreased appetites IT COULD ENHANCE ENDURANCE person to work out of Medicine research listed increased your digestive system a break A fasting lifestyle could allow the average IT MAY BOOST MEMORY AND LEARNINGlonger. University of Florida College The body turn es for enerC endurance among the effects on the rin ketones are released into the bloodstream A National Institute on Aging study in the US showed this helps to protect memory uring a two-month tes in on mice. Those who fasted for regular periods burned and learning functionality. as well as slow exercise. allowing them to work out longer group Irom a previous disease processes in the brain. fat is a more efficient energy source weight loss trial