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Protein powders, fortified beverages, and wholesome-sounding snacks may seem like the best way to fuel your body, but the sports nutrition business also has a not-so-healthy side.
Sure, carbo-loading's important—but for top-notch performance, it's just part of the story. Supplement your training with these healthy eats that will help you build strength, sustain energy, and...
When you're riding 683 miles over 7 days, you need more than calories to stay fresh.
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Oranges are packed with vitamin C, which helps the body absorb iron, critical for transporting oxygen to muscles. Add an orange before and after training for the greatest benefit.
According to a recent study, eating about 1 and 1/3 cups of blueberries per day significantly reduces oxidative stress and increases the body’s ability to fight inflammation after a workout.
Drinking 1 and 1/2 cups of cherry juice twice a day for a week leading up to an endurance event, researchers have discovered, minimizes post-race muscle pain, thanks to the fruit’s anthocyanins,...
Researchers found that eating two small boxes of raisins 45 minutes before exercising provides the same performance boost as a sports gel.
Ripe bananas are just as effective as sugar-laced sports drinks for refueling during exercise. Eat a medium-size banana before a workout and half a banana every 15 minutes during.
The trendy fruitarian diet is gaining a reputation for possible health risks. but the right fruits, assuming they’re not your only energy source, pack a performance punch.
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