London Lite Monday, 21 September 2009 13 Whats in my fridge? interior designer Kelly Hoppen, 50, lives in notting Hill. I soak oats overnight, then in the morning I have that with rice milk and fruit, or Ill have an omelette made from one egg and four egg whites, plus toasted rye bread because I have a wheat allergy. I drink a lot of water throughout the day, dandelion coffee and only the occasional tea. Lunch is usually grilled tuna with quinoa and steamed vegetables, which I make at home and take to the office. For dinner its steak or fish with vegetables. When I snack its wheat-free crackers with a bit of peanut butter, or if Im feeling naughty Ill eat cake -- it has to be wheat-free. I have a personal trainer who comes over every day between 7am and 8am. I dont drink wine, I have vodka on the rocks -- three and Im on the floor. In the fridge I always have fruit, tofu, vegetables, ginger, quinoa, rye bread, and smoked haddock pt. nutritionist Fiona Hunter says: Kelly is clearly very disciplined about her diet and her fitness regimen so I imagine she takes a whole host of supplements but if she doesnt she should start to take a multivitamin and mineral supplement because her current regimen doesnt provide enough calcium to keep her bones healthy. Almonds are a good source of calcium, so Kelly should swap peanut for almond butter and have a handful of almonds as a snack. Kellys diet is also low in iron, which will put her at risk of anaemia, so she could swap quinoa for some puy lentils. Kelly is currently working with Hotpoint to give kitchens a stylish makeover. See loop around the park? try a landmark jogging tour Route map to come What a view: Antonia, in the blue top, crosses the river with a City Jogging Tour group the iconic sites that ordinarily youd only peer at through a bus or cab window. Its infinitely more interesting than the treadmill or laps of the park. London is rich in fascinating nooks and crannies you can only see if you really get among them. And get among them we do. Past eerie Dead Mans Hole and across Tower Bridge before arriving at City Hall. The pace is manageable -- Hope isnt too out of breath to keep feeding facts and advice on dealing with the many challenges posed by the urban terrain. Wideappeal THIs trainer-clad approach to touring is perfect for active people who are new to London or staying for a few days -- but as Hope says: Its also a great way to encourage more Londoners to run. At the very least, it shows you how compact and navigable the city is. still retaining the capacity to talk, as we run towards southwark, Hope and I discuss how running tours have limitless bounda- ries. From music to ghosts, Dickens, shakespeare and Roman London -- there are loads of themes to test fitness and feed curious minds. Stunningviews My Legs may be starting to tire, but the scenery is enough to occupy my mind. We run via Hays galleria towards London Bridge, cross back over the river at southwark Bridge and meander through the narrow walkways to st Pauls before seeing one of Londons best vistas -- the view of Tate Modern across the Millennium Bridge. Thefinalstrait We sAIL past the traffic of Blackfriars Bridge, down the embankment and up the stairs to Charing Cross footbridge. We pass somerset House and Cleopatras Needle before the end point -- the Palace Of Westminster -- emerges. Warm-up and cool-down included, its taken around an hour and has forced me to run at a pace a notch higher than my usual. Ive seen some of Londons finest sights and gained the impetus to tackle more city-centric runs. Tours start at 26, including T-shirt, pics of your run and a Runners Need discount card. Book at or call 0845 544 0433 Waterloo Southwark Charing Cross Temple Monument Blackfriars St Pauls Westminster Southwark Bridge London Bridge Tower Bridge The7kRiversideRoute index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html