Carnitine (Part 2): Elevated Muscle Loading via Muscle Contraction and Caffeine Co-ingestion.

Carnitine (PART 1): Increasingly relevant for an Endurance Metabolism.

Part2. Beyond Zone2 Workouts. Fat in the diet to Maximize Fat-Oxidation. 4 Best Practices.

New Research: Low-Carb High-Fat and High-Intensity Performance

Fructose Part 3: Gut Integrity and Exercise

Fructose Part 2: Blunting Aerobic Development

Fructose and Sugar Alcohols: Body Composition and Chronic Disease.

The Ultra Gut Impact: How to solve Runners Stomach.

Endurance racing DNF, What’s the Number 1 Reason? Research points to Runners Stomach.

3 Foods. 4 Studies. 3 Drinks.

The 1st Hour: Setting your body up for the Next 5, 10, 20 or more Hours of Endurance exercise.

Keto Shakes - For Active workouts. What about Non-Workout Days?

Dopamine and Carb Gorging. Big Mornings, Make Bad Days.

Crossing the English Channel: The Mind, The Training, The Nutrition, and What's Next?

Sugar Alcohols - Jury still out? SFuels Point of View.

Ketones, Whey and Aminos: Faster Recovery. Higher Training Capacity.

Artificial Sweeteners - Before you jump right in.

Feeling Great - Beyond Sugar.

Green Re-Generation and Tissue Healing.

High-Sugar Fueling: Longevity of the Endurance Athlete under threat?

Dairy Shakes, Smoothies and Yoghurt: Best Practices and Cautions for the Endurance Athlete.

High-Carb: If we own your morning, we’ll control your day … maybe even more.

The endurance athlete’s mental state, your gut, and Microbiome.

A day of rest … more critical in the Virtual Racing World? A HRV case.

Rice, Potato, Bananas: Good for ultra-endurance Low-Carb Racing

Extreme Endurance Exercise – what’s the real concerning stress here?

Ultra Marathon ‘Fast starts’: Top 5 Tips on how best to handle them.

Cinnamon: better sugar control, the master-antioxidant.

Preventing exercise induced muscle damage: More on Turmeric.

Hand cooling and body temperature, cardio and perceptual responses during cycling in heat.

Pre-biotic Fibers: Insulin control, AMPK and endurance.

Ketone (low carb, higher fat #LCHF) diet enhances physical and cognitive performance.

Whey Protein: Why all the interest from endurance athletes ?

Cocoa Flavanols, how much?

Vanilla: the power anti-inflammatory and and anti-oxidant spice

Cocoa and Chocolate: 5 Reasons an Endurance athlete should CARE.

Coconut Oil Noise: Back to basics on why endurance athletes (and us) use it in foods.

Psyllium: Keeping insulin down, post-meals and snacks.