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Not so saintly?

The Advertising Standards Association (ASA) in the UK has hit out at the advertisement for Maltesers that tells consumers that Maltesers contain less than 11 kcals per sweet. This is not because it is factually wrong but more because it portrays Maltesers as a healthy low energy snack. A product can only be described as this if it contains less than 40 calories per 100g; Maltesers contain 505 per 100g. Mars, who manufacture Maltesers, claimed it was a factual reference to calories and did not suggest the sweets were low energy - decide for yourself!

Tips for progression in training

Tip 2: Get more active in general

Simple steps to weight gain

Ninety nine per cent of people simply do not consume enough food calories and are eating the wrong food. It happens time after time and someone will ask me how to gain weight, my first question is: “What have you eaten today?” and without a doubt most will say not much. You have to eat to fuel the body, plain and simple. Most men do not consume sufficient amounts of protein, complex carbs, fats, and they keep feeding on simple carbs that won’t help in weight gain and muscle gain.

Food as fuel - countdown to TriAthlone 2009

The key to nutrition, and sports nutrition in particular, is to feed the body’s cells the nutrients it needs to thrive and to repair damage efficiently. 

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