Runners need more nutrients to fuel the body to run faster and farther, hit a new PR, and even break through a weight loss plateau. You need 50 to 65% of your calories in the form of carbohydrates and at least 0.5-0.8 grams of protein per pound of body weight to preserve lean mass and build new muscle tissue after a run.

Runner’s World has done all the math for you and selected the best recipes that pack the right proportions of nutrients, protein, carbs, and healthy fats to help you run stronger, longer, hunger-free, and injury-free in The Runner’s World Cookbook. Every recipe helps make it easier — and quicker — to fuel properly so you can spend more time on the road and less time in the kitchen. Try them all and receive FREE shipping! CLICK HERE

Boost your endurance and build strong bones with Bean and Shrimp Quesadillas, which provide a triple shot of key runner-friendly minerals — calcium, magnesium, and iron.

Repair muscle and ease post-workout muscle pain and inflammation with Sweet and Sour Tofu Stir-Fry. Research shows that ginger eases muscle pain. And the low-sodium soy sauce will help rebalance electrolyte levels after a sweaty run.

Delight in a delicious, low-calorie, protein-packed recovery meal. Southern Unfried Chicken, from celebrity chef and runner Art Smith, is crispy and flavorful.

Fill up on energizing lean protein to curb appetite and boost calorie burn with Corn Tortilla with Fig Jam and Roasted Turkey, made in just 10 minutes and full of complex carbs and fiber, which also helps stop some calories from being absorbed.

Taste them all and receive FREE shipping! CLICK HERE Every recipe in The Runner’s World Cookbook was created by a master chef, food writer, nutritionist, or elite runner who knows what nutrients the body needs to fuel and recover (plus they taste amazing!). Savor recipes from Mark Bittman, Patricia Wells, Pam Anderson, Nate Appleman, Deena Kastor, Liz Applegate, PhD, and more.

Whether you run 10 miles a week or 100, are a meat eater or a vegan, are a seasoned cook or a kitchen newbie, The Runner’s World Cookbook gives you 150 recipes to fuel your body with all the essential nutrients for a strong run and a delicious meal! Run better and race faster with foods that fuel you! CLICK HERE
Steamed Coconut Lime Mussels are easy to make and full of iron and omega-3. They are also loaded with protein, which helps you maintain endurance.Reduce inflammation, bump up your protein, and savor sweet Strawberry Shortcakes with Whipped Ricotta.Crank up your energy with Mediterranean Pizza with Smoked Ham! it’s packed with fiber and B vitamins.
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