Sunday, December 4, 2016

What Do Low-Carb Athletes Eat During a Long Race?

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What do low-carb athletes eat during a long race? Watch the answer above (transcript).

Many more questions regarding low-carb and ketogenic diets and performance are answered in this Q&A session from the Low Carb USA conference, featuring Peter Defty, Johnathan Edwards and Alessandro Ferretti. The full 30-minute Q&A session is available (with captions and transcript) with a free trial or membership:

Q&A About Low Carb and Performance – Peter Defty, Johnathan Edwards and Alessandro Ferretti

Here are the other questions that are answered:

  0:11  Does resting heart rate increase on low carb?
  2:30  What should you eat before and during an endurance race?
  5:24  What does cyclist Romain Bardet eat on a low-carb diet?
  8:55  Are there benefits for cartilage on a ketogenic diet?
12:27  How do you figure out what foods affects heart rate variability?
16:09  Why is my recovery faster when running with a tilted head?
16:50  Gastroparesis, neuropathy and heart rate variability
18:32  What happens with heart-rate variability on a caloric deficit?
22:58  Is it possible to stay fat-adapted when on military duty?

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