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Nutrition & Weight Loss

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Riding a bike burns calories and builds muscle—but that's just the beginning.
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Mend muscles and fix fractures more quickly with these easy options
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Spin stronger by choosing the best breakfast for your ride
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Tips from Phil Gaimon—a skinny guy with no self control.
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Before you gobble another sticky slab of food, consider this.
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Harness a profound source of protein by rethinking what you know about red meat.
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Is a voluntary gluten-free diet a good choice for cyclists?
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Ride stronger with meals from the Mediterranean
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Intervals aren't just for racers and people who care about getting faster
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If you drop meat from your diet, you have to pick up new eating habits to keep riding strong
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Cycling and vegan cuisine changed this Portland, Oregon, chef's outlook
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The world's best cyclists use these foods and nutrition methods to fuel their riding.
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5 truths about milk products and how they affect your cycling performance
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Hearty vegetarian fare of whole grains, dried fruits, and almonds
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Five food labels that don't lie—and a few that are total bull.
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You're more likely to lead the pack in a race or group ride if you eat foods with a low glycemic index pre-ride.

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