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Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

As a cyclist, I eat my fair share of portable, hopefully non-meltable food. In my post on fueling the gluten free endurance athlete, I outlined some options that I have tried myself.  I have a new gel that I’ve used since, and also a DIY energy gel recipe that you can use to refill a flask […]

Fueling Options for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

Fueling Options for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

As many of you know, I’ve gone back to my endurance athlete ways. I played around with being a figure athlete for a while, when I wasn’t “allowed” to ride due to the complexity and fragility of the surgical repairs to my knees, but when I was cleared by my orthopedist to return to road […]

Getting Out of Your Own Way aka You Can Do Much More than You Think

(Thank you, Sean.  Post today inspired by a friend asking me a question this morning.) As some of you may know, I’m back on the road bike. “What a long, strange trip it’s been…” Although I have been an active, athletic person most of my life (although a clumsy one, I cannot lie) I have […]

Healthified Gluten Free, Higher Protein Sweet Potato Muffin Recipe

Healthified Gluten Free, Higher Protein Sweet Potato Muffin Recipe

My dear neighbor has recently given birth.  As you can imagine, with a newborn in the house she is finding it tough to find time to eat with two hands.  So, I’ve run over a couple batches of food that can be eaten on the run with one hand.  This was one of my concoctions, […]

Generation UCAN-Innovation in Gluten Free Sports Supplements Review-Part 2

Generation UCAN-Innovation in Gluten Free Sports Supplements Review-Part 2

In my previous post I rambled a little bit about Generation UCAN, both the product and the company. This post will discuss a bit more in depth about athletes and reactive hypoglycemia, and my personal experiences with reactive hypoglycemia and with UCAN products so far.  The next post will be after I have had a […]

UPDATED 2/10/2012-WARNING!! Some Flavors of Muscle Gauge Protein Powder MAY Contain Gluten

Please scroll down for the latest info. I have not yet received confirmation from the company themselves, but as this has been an issue that I have been trying to get a straight answer on since 12/28/11, and today is 1/11/12, I felt it time to alert you all. Previously, (10/6/2010) I had written a […]

Introducing Generation UCAN-Gluten Free Sports Supplements Innovation-Part 1

Introducing Generation UCAN-Gluten Free Sports Supplements Innovation-Part 1

Generation UCAN is a sports supplement company I recently was made aware of, and the more I’ve learned about their company philosophy, people who comprise the company, and products; the more I like them.  This is an introduction to them, and part one of a series because there is so much to share with you […]

Gluten Free Protein Powder Review-Gaspari’s New Myofusion Probiotic

Gaspari Nutrition has been a very gluten free friendly company to deal with in the sports supplement industry. And for that, I extend a huge thank you to the company in general and all the associates I have had contact with. I first corresponded with Gaspari regarding their gluten free products back in September 2009. […]

NeoCell Collagen Sport Whey Isolate Complex

Gluten Free Protein Powder Review-NeoCell Whey Isolate Collagen Sport

I was very, very skeptical when I first read about this product.  After trying it, reading more, and reading some more, my skepticism is still there, but has been suspended a bit.  Quite a bit. To explain, let’s talk about protein. My go-to source for all information protein related is Lyle McDonald.  He has a […]

Stooping to Bribery for a Good Cause-LiveLong for LiveStrong. And, Road ID.  Keep a Celiac Safe, Will Ya?

Stooping to Bribery for a Good Cause-LiveLong for LiveStrong. And, Road ID. Keep a Celiac Safe, Will Ya?

Yes, I am going to offer a bribe.  I admit it. It’s for a good cause, though. If you read my previous post, you know that I am participating in a charity bicycle event on October 2nd.  This will be just 12 short weeks after undergoing my last knee surgery, and I’m just tickled and […]

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