Sports Nutrition: A Smarter Approach to Supplementing, Bars To Eat on the Bike, And More

February 10, 2013

Are store-bought coconut and almond milks safe in terms of their preservatives, thickeners,¬†stabilizers¬†and sugars; how would a vegan triathlete follow a high fat ketogenic diet; do athletes really need to buy all the supplements mentioned day after day and what’s a smarter way to approach supplementing (and cost-friendly); would it ruin the benefits of using Gen Ucan if it’s mixed it with a traditional sports drinks;¬†nutrition on bike vs. running and some good recommendations for “quality” bars to eat on the bike; and more.

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    I want to start getting in better shape and eating healthier. I would love to run a marathon one day. I was told to start using endurance supplements and stop eating anything that is white. I will give it my all, but I know it going to be hard. I am a huge potato fan.

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