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Even for the less active among us I would still recommend maximising your protein.

We should all be aiming for the higher marker of 1.2g-1.7g per kg. Super-exceeding your protein intake will not make your muscles grow any bigger or faster.

Hence, flights of terraces at the fault-bounded mountain fronts record the interplay between sustained rock uplift and a temporally variable climate.

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In the book I cover the basics of nutrition in detail so you’ll have a solid foundation of knowledge to start building your own healthy diet.

One way of ensuring that you’re meeting your nutrition goals is by getting your ‘macros’ on target.

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Marks from single makers can vary, which helps date objects, since the makers often changed them as they moved, or expanded, or merged with other makers.

I always choose at least two or three different types of non-starchy vegetables.

A rule I like to go by is one leafy green, such as kale, spinach or rocket leaves, and two different coloured vegetables, such as aubergine and courgette.

Macros, or macronutrients, include carbohydrates, fats and proteins, all of which are necessary in our diets.

I give you a lot of information to take on board, so – to summarise for this special – let’s pull it together and talk through, step-by-step, how to make a balanced meal. I love protein-rich foods such as chicken and eggs, and also whey protein as a powder, not just for the nutritional benefits but because they keep me fuller longer.With respect to mountain building and erosion, cosmogenic nuclide studies show that thrust faults at the northeastern and eastern margins of Tibet (Qilian Shan, Longmen Shan) have vertical slip rates of ~ 0.3 to ~ 2 mm/yr while catchment-wide erosion rates vary from ~ 0.02 to ~ 1.0 mm/yr, with high-relief areas eroding significantly faster than the plateau interior and growing mountains in the foreland.

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