There is so much mixed information around on the internet and popular media about what you should and mostly about what you should not be eating.
The interesting thing about nutrition or diet is there is a lot of personal emotion, ideologies, feelings and even religious beliefs that cloud peoples objective view on nutrition.
Rather than prescribing specific diet plans I think it is more important that people are educated about food and how it interacts with their training. I find that this helps avoid these 'tunnel vision' approaches and removes some of the highly charged emotion that many people have around food.
What are carbohydrates, proteins and fats?
Why is it important to eat carbohydrates, proteins and fats?
Does alcohol really impact your training?
Should you be supplementing with protein powders?
Are multivitamins bad for your performance?
What steps can you take to avoid GI problems on race day?
What are the best fast foods foryou to eat?
The Performance Temple Nutrition Handbook is not a diet plan. Instead it is designed to contain useful information to help you with your food choices so you can start making smarter choices that will line up with your training and racing goals.
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