Monique Ryan answers a reader question on the correct timing for meals throughout the day
Your diet may require adjustments for cyclocross, especially during race season
A few nutritional adjustments for cyclocross season.
Does the type of protein supplement matter?
Nutritionist Monique Ryan answers some more questions about the effects of cycling on bone density.
Do bodies absorb warm or cold water faster?
Getting through cycling's 'transition season.'
It is not unusual during a full season of racing to hear about a pro cyclist or two breaking a clavicle or other bone in a multi-rider pile-up. But is there something inherent to cycling that increases your risk for developing a break when you hit the pavement hard? A growing body of research indicates that being fit through cycling training alone does not guarantee optimal bone density. Cycling only may be bad for your bones.
Excess weight increases risk for a number of diseases, and the current weight epidemic is actually an overeating epidemic.
Some experts believe that poor vitamin D status can often be a problem among athletes, and affect your overall health and ability to train.