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    Mediterranean Diet – Your 5-Day Meal Plan

    This 5-day Mediterranean diet meal plan will get you started right away. Use it to make sure every meal is delicious and good for you. You’ll find ideas for breakfasts, snacks, lunches, and dinners for a week of healthy eating.

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    Mediterranean Diet – How To Start as a Beginner

    The Mediterranean diet has been topping the healthy diet charts for decades now. There is a lot of research supporting the claims about its benefits. The problem is that for a lot of people, Mediterranean means seafood and fresh salads with olive oil. It seems…

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    Juliet Elliott on Foods That Will Fuel You on the Bike

    Cycling nutrition is a big deal. Most keen cyclists realise that to perform at their best and avoid the dreaded ‘bonk,’ fuelling regularly whilst riding is a necessity rather than a luxury. And like anything in life, brands have seized upon the opportunity to drive…

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    Fueling that Cold Winter Ride

    As you would expect, cycling in winter requires different fuel for your body than when the weather is more temperate. For starters, you need more calories and less fluid, because you’ll be perspiring less, and therefore losing less water, and you’ll be working harder, because…

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    Cheap vs Expensive Ways to Recover

    Every cyclist would love to recover faster after a hard ride. There are many different ways to speed up recovery, but they differ in price and effectiveness. What are the things that have the greatest benefit that cost the least? Here is an overview of…

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    Should You Get Your Omega-3s from Fish or Plants?

    Omega-3s are really important for recovery, immunity and general health. Fish are often touted as their best source but what if you can’t or don’t want to eat them? Can plant sources of omega-3s do the job as well? A new study offers some answers.