We as cyclist and couch athletes are being told what to eat, how to train and what to buy BUT…
What does science say about all these “advice’s”, and how do we even stand a chance of knowing if any of these claims hold water?
My inspiration came from an article that basically states - electrolyte intake is almost worthless and that salt tables are of no use.
I had a few problems after reading:
- The article contains different scenarios for a 2 hour run and so I have no idea if this even relates to cycling.
- I can’t verify the author to be a reliable resource of information.
Would it be possible to make a section dedicated to ABSOLUTE “current science says”, answers to the legitimacy of current therms, snacks and diets?
I myself would pay a monthly fee to gain access to this type of information and to keep the researchers / scientists honest.
What I am suggesting must already exist somewhere but I haven’t been able to find it online
note: creating this post I could not find any Science category or science tag.