low GI foods are things like wholegrain rice, cous cous, mainly find wholegrain products. you can get pastry and lots of other products that are wholegrain. i use a strawberry wholegrain enriched yoghurt which is very nice if you want something sweeter at times.i cant remember the name but think it is something like, onken or something.
i think one of the things that you might have made a mistake with before your run. is the chicken that you had although great as it gives you loads of protein for your muscles. but you didnt seem to eat any charbohydrates.so i wouldnt be suprised if your blood sugars were too low when you finished your run. this in itself will make you feel fatigued and added to the ms fatigue will dble your problems.
your better off eating something like a meat, veg and a charbohydrate mix for each meal hun before a run. make sure you give yourself an hour or so to let your food go down though. otherwise you'l have painful cramps!
please be aware though i am not a professional and only know a litle from the fact that i am a diabetic too. so please, please, seek professional advice too.
as far as i know i am only suggesting you eat healthy foods, so cant really see a danger but as a non professional i do not know that for sure hun!
Btw- ty for the advice on places to go on holiday in scotland. i will look into it when i get the time as we really want to do scotland but havent a clue where to start!
sounds lovely there today- always thought scotland was freezing all year round!
but in guess that explains why the guys can wear kilts and get away with it then, lol!