Based on the ingredients list on the make I mentioned above your figures are a bit out. Also, as I stated, it was mentioned as a recovery food.ASC1951 said:I would have thought it was next to useless. It is typically 55% fat and 10% carbohydrate i.e. about the reverse order to what you need for exercise.
It is usually far too high in salt and what carbohydrate it does contain is generally sugar.
+1 for pre-race food, Ive got some peanut butter and jam sandwiches and a cheese sandwich for tea, to eat before tonights road race.palinurus said:Sod recovery, for the first evening 10 of the year tomorrow I've got peanut butter sandwiches ready to eat at my desk three hours before the off. Along with a banana and some figs. Is that fast food? we'll see.
For recovery I'll be drinking tea, when I get home I'll have some fish.