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Race menu

March 17, 2009

Breakfast:

  • 1 glass of water  
  • Porridge: oats alt. quinoa flakes, sunwarrior protein, sea salt, dried fruit and dried goji, raisin, apricots, pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds, cinnamon. I alternate ingredients for different days.
  • 1 protein shake with superfood powders (typically one of HealthForce’s or BoKU’s products, Sunwarrior Rice protein and Activated Barley, Finnberryx’ Berrypowders and Acai powder from Superfruit.

During run:

  • Home made energy balls: with goji berries, raisin, dried figs, oats, apricots, super powders etc.
  • During the run I take 1 Endurolyte capsule (for minerals) per hour. I also snack on my own trail mix (recipe under “Eating”).

Lunch:

  • Supershake directly after finishing (see above for ingredients).
  • Porridge / soup: quinoa flakes, dulse sea weed, sea salt, different herbs and spices (like dried porcini and stock), some garlic, olive oil, topped with organic reindeer chips from northern Sweden.
  • During the day I also snack on my own trail mix + raw food candy / manuka honey suckle, raw food crackers with flax seeds. 
  • As nutritional supplement and immune system boosters I will use Astaxin from BioReal, Medox from Medpalett, Spirulina Pacifica and BioAstin from Cyanotech, and BioStrath from Ledins.

A typical dinner:

  • Oriental soup: noodles, peanuts, sea weed, spices, sesame seeds, olive oil, garlic, coconut chips and some reindeer chips / flax seeds crackers on the side.

Evening:

  • A potent Superpowder shake.
  • Spicy chai tea and some goji berries, raw food snacks…
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