David_G wrote:mustang3 wrote:try http://winnersbars.com.au/
Thanks I've ordered some things from them. Bon apetite!
vanbera wrote:We’re pleased to announce that the good folks at Winners Cycling will be supporting the 7 Peaks Domestique Series. Winners are supplying nutritional advice, and will have giveaways for everyone at each of the climbs. They are also contributing to the rewards pack that you will receive on completion of the complete series with us.
As a final benefit, they have put on a discount for anyone stocking up online. Receive a 10% discount when visiting http://www.winnersbars.com Simply apply the coupon code ‘7 Peaks’ at the checkout.
Make sure you let us know via the Facebook events page or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are coming. First ride is Sumday October 28.
I wouldn't eat for a 1h commute, as far as I'm concerned that's a chance to burn fat at low intensity.
Finally, every cyclist should be having porridge oats for breakfast, the fibre and low GI is ideal for steady energy release. My cursory research suggests they are a good choice for managing insulin levels too, is that right?
* except Clif bars, I stock up on those in Hawaii.
David_G wrote:My problem is if I eat too much sugary stuff my blood glucose level goes too high, but we all need the sugar in our blood to fuel our muscles
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