The history of TREC NUTRITION is closely related to the US, as for over 13 years the company headquarters in New York has been involved in the sales of components used in the manufacturing of sports nutrition and supplements. Initially the company’s strategic plans indicated Poland as an ideal location for a branch which would sell the products in Central and Eastern Europe. However, because of the demand and interest in the products of the highest quality in Poland, the company profile was quickly modified, first by switching to packaging and customizing the products imported from the US and later to own brand production.

 

A runner’s guide to good foods

We all know what is good for us and what is bad for us; however, if you are a keen runner then you should ensure that you include some of the following foods in your diet!

Tomatoes

Tomatoes that are bright in colour are full of the antioxidant; lycopene. Scientists have found from research that tomatoes, along with their antioxidant properties can lower the risk of cancer.

Top tip: according to research, refrigeration diminishes a tomatoes flavour and so it is advised to always store them at room temperature.

Fish

We all know that fish is a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids which protect us against abnormal heart rhythms as well as reduce inflammation. As well as this fish also provides its eaters with a source of lean protein which are good for our health as well as our waistlines.

Beans

For once a celebrity craze that is actually a healthy and nutritional one. All manner of celebrities have started eating beans as part of their slimming diets, edamame beans in particular are a favourite.

All beans, tinned, dried and fresh provide a generous amount of protein and fibre. Their high levels of protein make them a healthy alternative to meat and fish and their fibre properties make them an even better all round good food.

Wine

Now we all know the dangers of alcohol when it comes to mixing it with training, however, research has proposed that that by drinking moderate amounts of white or red wine, with a meal, we can lower our risk of developing heart disease and diabetes. I will rink to that!

Garlic

Not only will it keep vampires at bay, but garlic also help to keep cholesterol and blood pressure down.

So there you have it, a healthy diet that includes a glass of wine, what could be better!

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