Some vegetables and fruits contain natural anti-cancer compounds
It might feel like it makes you go faster, but what does alcohol really do for your cycling? Dr Chris Fenn investigates.
Introducing a perfect winter food for cyclists
Bread is a good basic carbohydrate food for cyclists, so why then do most people feel so lethargic and sapped of energy after eating it?
Reach for a pint of milk in a supermarket and you'll find that the dairy counter has been bugged. Probiotic drinks such as Actimel and Yakult, as well as the supermarket's own versions of these, seem to promise instant health from 'gulps of goodness'.
Food manufacturers often stretch the truth an unhelpfully long way
The warming root that helps keep the chill out and much more...
Food is more than fuel and your attitude to it can affect much more than your cycling...
How many calories did you say were in that KitKat? Don't get obsessed with cutting down, just eat well with Dr Chris Fenn's guide to not-so-naughty alternatives
Keep your body running in peak condition with this essential mineral, says Dr Chris Fenn.
Are you iron deficient? It's possible you might not even realise.
Time is precious and if you live life at a fast pace, you probably like to grab a quick snack in-between rides or before cycling to work. However, if your idea of refuelling is to eat a bowl of breakfast cereal