How To Fuel For A Long Bike Ride | Cycling Nutrition Tips

How To Fuel For A Long Bike Ride | Cycling Nutrition Tips

– Fuelling properly is one of the easiest things that you can do, but will have a massive impact on your performance. And the longer your ride is, the more important fueling becomes. So if you’re just going out on a long, winter, base-mile ride, or that big, huge sportive that you’ve been preparing for […]

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How the Keto Diet Went from Arctic Staple to Bro-Science

How the Keto Diet Went from Arctic Staple to Bro-Science

♪♪♪ By now, you’ve probably heard of the keto diet. You might even know someone who swears by it. The keto, or ketogenic diet, involves eating lots of fat and very few carbohydrates. Think steak, bacon, and pork chops, day in and day out. It might sound like a heart attack waiting to happen, but […]

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How To Fuel For Cycling | Bike Ride Nutrition Explained

How To Fuel For Cycling | Bike Ride Nutrition Explained

– Nutrition and training go together however if you have one without the other, you’re not going to get the desire effects and ultimately, you’re not going to get fitter, stronger, and faster. After all, we are all aspiring to be better and more well-rounded cyclists. (playful electronic music) Right, let’s start off with a […]

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CarbLoaded: A Culture Dying to Eat (International Subtitles)

CarbLoaded: A Culture Dying to Eat (International Subtitles)

Carb-Loaded: A Culture Dying to Eat This is Lathe I’ve know him and his wife for almost 20 years. In fact, about ten years ago we started our own company together. In 2009, Lathe was 36 years old and weighed 165lbs. He pretty much ate the standard American diet, exercised regularly, and was precisely the […]

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Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Survivorship | T. Colin Campbell, PhD (2007)

Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Survivorship | T. Colin Campbell, PhD (2007)

8:30, First speaker is minimizing prostate cancer through diet. T. Colin Campbell, who is emeritus professor of nutritional science at Cornell University in Ithaca. Dr. Campbell is the author of “The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-Term Health.” His principal scientific interests, which begins with his graduate training in the late […]

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Why is Nutrition Science so Complicated?

Why is Nutrition Science so Complicated?

Consider the following sequence of events: -In 1945, an 82 day long battle between US Marine and Army forces and the Imperial Japanese Army was fought in the prefecture of Okinawa. This battle was considered one of the bloodiest in the pacific and resulted in the death of almost 150,000 Okinawans, roughly a third of […]

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How the food you eat affects your brain – Mia Nacamulli

How the food you eat affects your brain – Mia Nacamulli

Your Brain on Food If you sucked all of the moisture out of your brain and broke it down to its constituent nutritional content, what would it look like? Most of the weight of your dehydrated brain would come from fats, also known as lipids. In the remaining brain matter, you would find proteins and […]

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8 Ways To Cut Carbs In A Healthy Manner

8 Ways To Cut Carbs In A Healthy Manner

eight ways to cut carbs in a healthy manner while low-carb diets are a popular way to lose weight cutting carbs from your diet can be easier said than done after all as anyone who’s tried to go cold turkey on carbs can attest carbs seem to find their way into just about everything that’s […]

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