With the health problems I've had over the past two years, I've put on some weight. The best result I ever had dropping weight was when I went low-carb years ago and dropped around 80 pounds in less than a year using a plan somewhere between the Atkins and South Beach. Back then I spent most of my time lifting and doing other anaerobic activities. The only aerobic exercise I got was a couple hours of taekwondo a week, so the low-carb lifestyle worked pretty well.
Now I'm older and cycling, canoeing, and hiking dominate my physical activities. I've been fueling my rides with sugary sports drinks and high carb granola bars and have progressed quite well in both speed and endurance but the weight has to go. I've followed a few BF threads by low-carbers but I'm still apprehensive as to how the switch is going to affect my cycling performance. Anyone know any good books, websites or articles aimed at low carb runners, cyclists, etc?