Sport Nutrition: Take Control of Your Cortisol Levels, Why ‘Race Weight’ Doesn’t Tell the Whole Story, Fat-Adapted Fueling for Ultras, and More

May 26, 2013

Which type of cortisol testing is best and why (blood vs. saliva, and where to get yours tested without spending a fortune), signs of cortisol being too high or too low (from training)  and what to do if noted, finding the ideal race weight and more importantly body composition (fat, lean muscle mass), magnesium oil issues, fat-adapted fueling for ultras with Vespa, UCAN, traditional sugar sources and more.

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