Beginner Triathlete - Diet & Nutrition articles

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photoLearn what the latest research is on using caffeine, sports drinks, cherry juice and beets to improve your triathlon performance.
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photoIf you are an athlete who struggles with losing those last few pounds, take note. Weight issues may have little to do with body fat and more to do with “I'm not good enough.”
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photoLearn the effects that beets, cherries, sleep and body image have on your athletic performance.
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photoLose weight by eating chocolate for breakfast. Refuel after your workouts not with a sports drink, but instead with chocolate milk.
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photoStriving to eat a perfect diet commonly results in deprivation of foods you truly like to eat. You will inevitably end up binging on those foods, sooner or later. Learn how to eat normally.
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photoHow is water used in the body? Is bottled water better? Should I drink 8 glasses of water a day?
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photoWhat's best to eat for recovery after a hard workout? How many carbohydrates do you need? Do you need protein? What about electrolytes?
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photoLack of food and fluids can take the fun out of your outdoor activities. These tips can help you fuel wisely for cold weather workouts.
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photoRecipes for Oatmeal Pancakes, Carrot Apple Muffins, Sugar and Spice Pecans and Crunchy Trail Mix
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photoResources you can trust to improve your endurance sport diet
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photoAre you an athlete with celiac disease or have gluten sensitivity or intolerance? Find out the symptoms and learn how to eat gluten free.
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photoResearch provides insight into struggles with shedding weight while training.
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photoFrom interval training to chocolate milk, here is the latest from cutting edge research labs
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photoHow recent studies can impact your training and nutrition strategies
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photoIs giving into cravings necessarily a bad thing?
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