Should I be in it? Would I get laid if I do it? Would it pay my house loan? Many other questions and answers about nutritional ketosis for cycling and endurance sports in general.
Knowing ‘Why?’ you do something is the ultimate way to take responsibility for your wellbeing on your way to a low carb/high fat ketogenic diet for cycling
Part 6: Processed Food, Cycling and Endurance Sports No matter to which school of diets, eating habits, etc. you subscribe to, processed foods have entered our lives, or more like have barged in the front door and made themselves at home. As much as the food industry giants try to convince you – the consumer – […]
Part 5: Size Does Matter: Fat Burning and Cholesterol for Cycling Pipes and Clogging What is wrong with this picture? If you eat fat and cholesterol it ends up in your blood, where it sticks to your arteries and if you do it long enough you get heart attacks. That begs the question, why are the […]
While fat has been labeled the cause of all health problems, take any language and when it comes to expressions to describe plenty they all say roughly the same thing – “to live of the fat of the land” or “the cream of the crop” to name just a few. Therefore it begs the question why did fat hold such a place in the daily lives of our forefathers, so important as to be remembered for generations and yet we are currently told from plethora of sources to avoid fat at all costs.
Part 3: Wheat, Pasta and Gluten for Endurance Sports Gluten is only part of the story. You are a combination, sort of average of your parents and in term they are the combination of their parents and so on. That more or less describes human genetics in a nutshell; we are diploid – we carry two copies […]