Beginner Triathlete - Diet & Nutrition articles

author : Nancy Clark
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photoThe science of fueling for performance in athletes
author : Nancy Clark
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photoDoes It Matter When You Eat?
author : Nancy Clark
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photoSports nutrition researchers weigh in on carbs, digestion, hydration and more
author : Nancy Clark
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photoWhy Am I So Tired?
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photoAre grains really all that bad for us? To listen to some athletes talk, you'd think grain foods are the dieter's demon. Often demoted to being “just carbs,” whole grains are more than that.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoThe name of the fueling game is: How can you buy enough healthy calories with the least amount of money? These practical tips can help optimize a low-budget sports diet.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoIn this era of over-abundant processed foods, I contend that eating cooked beans enhances intake of a variety of important vitamins and minerals for athletes.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoSo what is the best way to lose weight quickly? Do you simply "starve yourself” by eating as little as possible? The answer depends on your long-term goals.
author : mrakes1
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photoBy not keeping pace with your carbohydrate stores during training, you quickly deplete the necessary fuel for your working muscles.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoQuestions arise among health-conscious athletes: Should I eat fish or avoid it? Does the risk of mercury poisoning and PCB toxins outweigh the health benefits from eating fish?
author : Nancy Clark
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photoBelow are just a few tips from sports dietitians and other health professionals who help active people transform their food fears into peaceful fueling.
author : Ron
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avatarWhat happens in your body when you eat, fast or workout?
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avatarThoughts on low carbohydrate diets in conjuntion with triathlon training.
author : Ron
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avatarHow to eat for a mass-building weight program
author : Nancy Clark
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photoAs an athlete who shows responsibility by training hard, you'll miss the boat if you are irresponsible with fueling your hard worked body.
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