Please could you introduce yourself?
My name is Leah Peploe. I am a 17 years old and currently studying at Runshaw College. I am from Bolton, and have been competing in triathlons for around 2 and a 1/2 years. I have been racing in elite junior races since last year and I am now in my 2nd of 3 years in the Junior Triathlon age group which is s... Read More
Another recipe sent in by Anna, check out her Gluten Free Chia Cake by clicking here. Could this be the perfect way to start the day? Take a look at how Anna concocted the ultimate super breakfast.
"I make this in batches and keep in the fridge, I tend to make enough for a week as it’s easy to just grab in the morning or on the go as a snack."
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A huge thanks to Anna - a Chia Charge fan for sending in her recipes that include the nutritious chia seed. Everybody loves a delicious slice of cake, why not try Anna's recipe and let us know your thoughts. Another plus - it's gluten free!
"The chia cake recipe - it’s amazing on so many levels, it’s healthy, packed full of goodness and most of ... Read More
Please introduce yourself, your background what sport you do.
My name is Holly Rush and I am a GB marathon runner and ultra runner from Wiltshire. I work full time for England Athletics and also as a Sports Massage Therapist. I have represented GB at the European Championships in Barcelona where I came 18th and won Team Bronze medal. I have re... Read More
Please could you introduce yourself? What events do you take part in?
Hi my name is Jonathan Steele, I am an Ultrarunner of 10 years, trailrunner and occasional road runner. I organise the Hardmoors Race Series which consists of trail races ranging in distance from 10k to 160 miles. When I am not running or organising races, I am usually tra... Read More
Please could you introduce yourself?
Hi all, my name is Katie Synge, I'm 21 and have just turned full time in ITU triathlon. I am based in Loughborough with the performance squad. I am very lucky to have Chia Charge on board as one of my sponsors for 2014. This is a great product with huge appeal to multiple athletes. I use Chia Charge products ... Read More
At Chia Charge, as well as fueling the sport we support a number of athletes. We checked in with Sam, an obstacle course elite about his training, his experience so far and of course, his favourite Chia Charge product! Read our Q&A below.
Please could you introduce yourself and also the RPCC Elite team? How did you find yourself taking pa... Read More
As well as the individual reviews left on our product pages (be sure to check them out!) we get a lot of positive feedback via email and twitter. Thanks so much to everyone who takes the time to write in - we appreciate hearing your thoughts, keep 'em coming.
"Your flapjacks are amazing! I ran the trail 13 on Sunday and tried your flapjack for... Read More
All athletes and fitness enthusiasts know the feeling - as your energy begins to drop, your muscles burn and the prospect of going on is a little daunting. Bonking or ‘hitting the wall’ - in short - is brought on by low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), and simply running out of ‘fuel’ for your body and brain.
Before you can consider ways to banish th... Read More
-1 c frozen strawberries-1 c frozen mango chunks-0.5 c orange juice-1/3 c chia seeds-1/4 c water
Process all ingredients in a high powered blender and liquefy. Pour into ice-cube or popsicle molds, and freeze.Thanks to Runners Connect.
- 295ml of your favorite iced tea-1 tablespoon chia seeds-Sweeten to taste
Stir chia seeds into tea for about 10 minutes, and enjoy!Thanks to Runners Connect. Read More
- The Guardian featured Chia Charge in the 'Guide To Running: Food and Drink Supplements Tested'. The article highlights a number of popular and mostly natural sports nutritional brands and highlights the benefits of Chia Charge.
"The flapjack is very tasty indeed, but also very substantial. Chia seeds are supposed to be great for you, ... Read More