Chemmy Publishes Ski Diet Tips Ahead Of London Ski Show


Chemmy Publishes Ski Diet Tips Ahead Of London Ski Show

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Chemmy Publishes Ski Diet Tips Ahead Of London Ski Show

J2SkiNews posted Oct-2013

With the World Cup downhill kicking off in the northern hemisphere at Solden this weekend at the start of the 2013-14 Olympic season, and the London ski show next week, top British skier Chemmy Alcott has been in the spotlight and the Ski Show's organiser asked her for top diet tips for a top skier.

Here's what Chemmy consumes:

7:45am: Big glass of water.
8:00am: A bowl of 'special' porridge sent over by a friend from Morgenstund in Germany by Jentschura (a specialist brand in alkaline body care and nutrition) to help alkaline my diet, topped with greek yoghurt, cinnamon, ground almonds, chia seeds and fresh fruit. A large coffee. A herb tea, also from Jentschura.
11:00am: Rice cakes with almond butter.
1:00pm: Salmon, brown rice and kale. And a green tea.
4:00pm: Maximuscle protein shake.
7:00pm: Ginger chicken stir-fry.

The Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Show sponsored by Monarch will take place from next Wednesday the 30th October to the 3rd November at Earls Court. (

Chemmy is expected to be popping by and visitors can claim one of 20,000 free lift passes to ski resorts and The Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead with adult tickets booked in advance.

The lift passes available cover a selection of the world's leading ski and snowboard resorts, including Chamonix, Les 3 Vallées, Norway, Verbier, Aosta Valley, Serre Chevalier Vallée, Tirol and Sierra Nevada. Most are offering a free one day lift pass, with Les 3 Vallées offering 6 days skiing for the price of 4. The lift passes can be added to orders in the ticket booking process – one per adult ticket booked – and collected from the resorts' stand at the relevant show. Availability varies and London show and numbers are limited.

"It's the biggest lift pass giveaway we've done so far, and the standard of resorts involved this year is exceptional," said Damian Norman, Managing Director of VOS Media who organise the show, "As the country comes out of recession, holidays are back on the agenda for many families, but bank balances are still tight – So our mission is to help lower the cost of a typical snowsports trip. We really feel it will go a long way to making skiing and snowboarding more accessible for the British public."

The London show will feature ice rinks, ski slopes, tubing and curling and will have more than 250 stands from equipment manufacturers and ski resorts from around the world.
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Bedrock barney
reply to 'Chemmy Publishes Ski Diet Tips Ahead Of London Ski Show'
posted Oct-2013

I have a very very similar skiing diet......ever so slightly augmented by extra coffee, chocolate bars, chips and red wine. Otherwise it is identical.

slippy slidey likey!

reply to 'Chemmy Publishes Ski Diet Tips Ahead Of London Ski Show'
posted Oct-2013

Well the extra caffeine and chocolate should give you energy and everyone knows red wine is good for you. I presume the chips are to add to the slipperiness on the snow? So why aren't you on the team? Or ARE you??
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reply to 'Chemmy Publishes Ski Diet Tips Ahead Of London Ski Show'
posted Oct-2013

Mine is also very similar just missing out the herb tea, also from Jentschura.
Rice cakes with almond butter.Salmon, brown rice and kale. And a green tea.
Maximuscle protein shake.(not body is in fine shape)and ginger chicken stir-fry. This is being replaced by Doom Bar (slimmers variety), Gin and lemon, but plenty of ice, an early evening pizza and chips (easy on the tomato sauce)swilled down with a fruity Italian red. AND just before bed, a single malt whisky (must not mix your whisky)
Carving leaves me all on edge

Topic last updated on 24-October-2013 at 18:15

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