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Fuel The Pedal podcast

Fuel the Pedal is your source of science based nutrition for cycling based sports. Here, we want to distinguish between good/bad science and clarifying huge misconception on nutrition for cyclists such as: fasted training, low carb dieting, BCAAs or glutamine supplementation, caffeine, antioxidants, ketones supplementation & many other hot topics. To answer this I'll be interviewing the top researchers on each field as well as Sports Nutritionists and cyclists with real field experience on these matters. Fuel the Pedal aims to be an information filter so that you can have access to high quality information and the most recent scientific evidence. DISCLAIMER: Unlike many other blogs, instagram profiles about Nutrition throughout the Internet, this one is run by a actual Nutritionist!

info_outline FTP #15: Bryan Saunders, PhD - Buffer agents in cycling: The role of ß-Alanine and Sodium Bicarbonate 11/03/2019
info_outline FTP #14: James Morton, PhD - Part 2: The groundwork of Performance Nutrition in Pro cycling 10/22/2019
info_outline FTP #13: James Morton, PhD - Part 1: The groundwork of Performance Nutrition in Pro cycling 10/07/2019
info_outline FTP #12: Mark Evans, PhD - Exogenous ketones supplementation in cycling: Competitive edge? 07/31/2019
info_outline FTP #11: Daniel Moore, PhD - Protein for Cyclists: Beyond Muscle Hypertrophy 07/15/2019
info_outline FTP #10: Lewis James, PhD - Cow's milk as a post-exercise recovery drink 06/30/2019
info_outline FTP #9: James Kennedy (MSc.) - Clean eating obsession, Orthorexia & Chemophobia 06/17/2019
info_outline FTP #8: Stuart Phillips (PhD) & Filipe Teixeira (PhD) - BCAAs, Glutamine, HMB & collagen For endurance athletes? (Double guest) 06/03/2019
info_outline FTP #7: Gabriel Baltazar Martins, MSc. - Carbohydrate Mouth Rinse: Fit for racing? (Solo episode) 05/19/2019
info_outline FTP #6: Jamie Pugh, PhD - Feeling lighter from start to finish: Minimizing gastrointestinal symptoms in cyclists 05/06/2019
info_outline FTP #5: Dr. Nicky Keay - Bare bones in cyclists: Time to bring “Real” Nutritionists into the sport 04/21/2019
info_outline FTP #4: Kevin Miller, PhD - Pickle juice and the Science behind muscle cramping 04/07/2019
info_outline FTP #3: Stephen Cheung, PhD - Thermal stress and Heat adaptation for cycling performance 03/23/2019
info_outline FTP #2: Sam Impey, PhD - Fuel for the work required. Amplifying training adaptations by manipulating carbohydrate ingestion 03/10/2019
info_outline FTP #1: Javier González, PhD - Breakfast for Cyclists: Should they deplete before they eat? 02/25/2019
info_outline FTP #0: Host & show presentation 02/23/2019
 
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