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8 Performance Enhancing Supplements, Foods & Nutrients For Cyclists

– Most nutritionists recommend a balanced diet for the general population, but intense exercise is likely to increase the demand for certain nutrients. Here, we explain some of the best nutrients, and supplements, that you might wish to consider to help boost your performance. Totally legally, I would like to add. [Music Playing] – Number…


If I go to moderate altitude what supplements should I take? Trent Stellingwerff

At moderate altitudes, when looking to absolutely optimise outcome, there is probably one main supplement we would recommend. And that is iron. Iron requirements go up significantly once you go to altitude. Due to the hypoxic stress, driving increases in EPO, and the proliferation of new red blood cells. Iron is needed as a substrate…


Ity and Fancy Cat Show: Feel The Nutrition

[Screams] AHHHHHHHHH Is it Hot? Yes! Why did you do that? I want to see if its true Truth about What? That banana has Iron Its true [sings] Its True Its true man Its True true true


How to Prevent Deficiencies on a Vegan Diet

I’m Mike. And today, how to cut through the bullcrap diet advice, eat a balanced vegan diet, and escape getting a deficiency. We’re going to go through some main nutrients one by one and just see how much of a concern they are and how much you need to eat to get enough. A lot…


Healthy Cereal or Not? Nutrition Tips from TrimDownClub.com

We’ll start the discussion with cereal which can be a little bit tricky because advertising and packaging use a lot of healthy sounding language that can actually be a little bit of a trap when making a choice. The trick is, to look at the labels, and read them carefully. Be focused on what’s important…


Canned Beans or Cooked Beans?

“Canned Beans or Cooked Beans?” Canned beans are convenient, but are they as nutritious as home cooked? And if you do used canned, should you drain them or not? This recent study, spilled the beans. The federal government recommends about a half a cup a day, counting them as both a protein and a vegetable,…


Safest source of B12

“Safest Source of B12” What’s the best way to get vitamin B12? Well, B12 is not made by plants; not made by animals either. It’s made by certain bacteria, some of which line the guts of animals, of which people eat and drink. But that’s not the best source, because of the baggage that comes…


5 Supplements For Triathletes | An Introduction To Nutritional Supplements In Triathlon

– What is a supplement? In simple terms, it’s something that you take along side your normal food that will help your overall well being and also to make sure that your body meets its nutritional demands. So in this video, we’re going to be going into a little more detail as to exactly what…


Raw & Cooked Spinach Benefits Nutritional Facts & Value Per 100g

Spinach is a highly nutritious vegetable due to the availability of several minerals and vitamins. A 100-gram serving of spinach is said to contain 23 calories of which water is a major part, 3.8 g of carbohydrates, 3 g of protein, 0.3 g of fat, and a whopping 2.4 g of fiber, which is 10…


Vitamin Labels Are Wrong – Know Your Nutritional Requirements

Hi, I’m Dr. Tod Cooperman, President and Founder of ConsumerLab com, which has been testing and reporting on the quality of dietary supplements since 1999, and I’m here today to tell you something disturbing about the labeling on dietary supplements, which is that the Daily Value (DV) information that you see in the Supplement Facts…