Food is more than fuel and your attitude towards it can affect much more than your cycling
Getting the right carbs for the job
The smart way to choose cycling fuel
Forget fads if you want to control your weight
Bones and teeth need calcium, but so do nerves and muscles
What to eat to stay healthy
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.
Gender counts in the post-Christmas battle of the bulge
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...
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.
For most of us, hunger is what drives us to eat. The rest of the time we eat because we enjoy it and sharing food with others is a social event. If we overeat one day after an especially good meal.
A cereal or chocolate bar is convenient and can provide an energy boost before or during a ride. The food inside is often very concentrated - providing a lot of calories in just a few, quick bites.
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
Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among men, but what you eat can play a part in the prevention of the disease. Chris Fenn takes a look at the evidence...