Eating like a professional cyclist doesn’t just come down to science, complex mathematics and a strict nutritional regime. It’s about being practical and, rather than following a ‘cyclist's diet’, it’s about making sensible decisions and ensuring that food fits in with your current lifestyle.
If you've decided to take on a bike ride for charity there is no need to make drastic changes to how and when you eat.
In fact, often following the simplest steps (and tricks!) will add the most value to any diet or training programme. The following articles might be stating the obvious, but in a world where many of us are juggling a busy job, commuting, catching up with family and friends and the millions of other things that we all get up to on a regular basis, going back to basics can often be the way forward.
Click on each article to learn more about practical tips and advice on how to fit healthy food into your life.
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