Cycling carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are the primary energy source for athletes who perform in high energy burning sports such as cycling. Carbohydrates are in some ways just another word for energy.

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Cycling protein shakes

Cycling protein shakes are optimal to drink as a recovery drink after hard training, such as weight lifting, indoor- and outdoor cycling, running etc.

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Fibre and herbs for cycligsts

Both Fibre and herbs is important for serious cyclists as well as all other living creatures. Fibre and herbs should be a regular part of your diet in order to give your body nourishing support and make sure that you continually look good and feel fine. Fibre supplements help the body excrete poison and waste products.

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Vitamins and Minerals

It is very important to get the right combination of natural vitamins and minerals, fibre and herbs in general, but especially for exercise – and license racing cyclists, who typically have a high activity level and burning of energy. Even though it can be a little unmanageable, there are a couple of fundamental rules you should remember:

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Essential Fat is Your Most Important Energy Source

Essential Fat - Your main source of energy!

Essential Fat is extremely important for you. All cells in your body is built around a nucleus, which is a fatty membrane. Therefore, fat is essential (vital) for all living creatures and should be an integral part of your diet!

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MSM (Methyl Sulfor Methane), Orcanic Sulfur

MSM (Methyl Sulfor Methane) which is organic sulfur is one of the most important minerals for humans and animals. MSM plays a crucial role in maintaining cell wall quality and the formation of new cells. MSM has a great significance when it comes to removing waste from the cells and is also important for skin, hair, nail, mucous membranes and muscles.

Like proteins are the basic element in your muscles MSM is the basic of the protein. MSM is therefore particularly important for athletes to recover better and faster!

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