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Old 02-03-12, 03:21 PM   #1
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Book recommendation

Any recommendations of nutrition books related to cycling or similar exercise?

I would like to learn a few things out of the book:

1) Learn what to look for in terms of types of ingredients and volume of sugars, vs. fibres, vs. fats etc so I can read a label and avoid things that may not be useful for what's needed for cycling

2) Understand what I need in terms of "fuel" (carbs, water, protein, electrolytes, etc.) for a given ride and how to determine this formula

3) List out types of common food that meet certain needs (complex carbs, balanced between carbs vs. protein vs. other) -- real food and bars/gels/sports drinks

4) Not as important, but easy recipes on making my own health snacks to bring with me on rides

Thanks!
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Old 02-04-12, 04:28 PM   #2
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This one's good: http://www.moniqueryan.com/books/books.html

I have an earlier edition. Allen Lim's new cookbook (http://feedzonecookbook.com/) has some excellent recipes.
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