Women's Fitness (UK) - - Fitness -

Free, App Store or Google Play While the Runtasty app doesn’t hold a large num­ber of recipes, it’s def­i­nitely still been use­ful for lunch and din­ner in­spo. My favourite fea­ture is the ‘How To’ videos, which you’ll find use­ful if you’re lack­ing con­fi­dence in the kitchen. I found the ‘How to Cut an Av­o­cado’ video es­pe­cially help­ful (I’ve never been com­pletely sure how to get the stone out!). Each recipe is laid out well, clearly dis­play­ing the cook­ing time and dif­fi­culty of each, which is key for any­one try­ing to fit in work, cook­ing, ex­er­cise and a so­cial life. An­other handy fea­ture is the set of icons that ap­pear on the ‘Recipes’ tab, giv­ing you a snap­shot of each recipe’s nu­tri­ent pro­file, e.g. high pro­tein, low sugar, ve­gan friendly etc. How­ever, I found that sev­eral of the lunch and din­ner recipes were low-carb and, as a novice run­ner, I didn’t find this par­tic­u­larly sup­port­ive of my train­ing, and needed to add ad­di­tional starchy foods to some of the recipes.

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