Capillaries in the flexible patch channel your sweat to enzyme-containing biosensors
Expert opinion: Mark Johnson is a San Diego-based journalist and author of Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports. Here he lays out the associated…
If you eat the right foods you’ll find there’s nothing inevitable about winter flu season. We suggest foods to keep you flu free and riding on.
Perfect for an early morning ride, these breakfast themed rice cakes will help satisfy those cravings out on the bike
Eight per cent reduction in risk of suffering from heart disease and strokes thanks to consumption of whey protein, University of Reading finds
Indulging in a few extra comfort foods could be the perfect tonic this winter
Expert opinion: Dr Shaun Riebl, clinical assistant professor at the University of North Carolina, has studied the prevalence of eating disorders among cyclists
Ideal for those with a slightly sweeter tooth, these chocolate coconut balls are the perfect solution to stay energised when out on the road
Fuelling on the bike can be a monotonous task, this is mainly down to the same old artificial ingredients being used and the resulting tedious tastes that come from manufactured…
Hot drinks can help cool you down quicker when cycling according to Dr Steve Faulkner, an exercise physiologist at Loughborough University
We show you how to make flapjacks that are perfect as a mid-ride snack
Would ditching gluten from your diet make you a better cyclist? We explain what gluten is and why some cyclists could benefit from cutting it out of their food
With high carbohydrate intake now seen as a 'bad thing' in some circles, we take a look at pre-ride carb-loading and sift out the misconceptions
Everything you need to know to make the low calorie high carb veggie rice balls that'll energise your rides and save you a bit of money too
A guide to the basics of using energy drinks to improve your performance on the bike
Knowing how to fuel before bedtime can be a problem for pros, racers and sportive riders alike
Are certain foods genuinely super — do their nutritional benefits really live up to the hype?
Etixx nutritionist Charlotte Kennedy gives us the lowdown on what you need to eat and drink to complete the RideLondon 100
Acutely aware that his weight is holding him back, Steve Shrubsall commits to a bespoke diet plan. Will it work?
RideLondon is just over a week away, but that needn't be a cause for concern
Three weeks, 21 stages, 3,535km, 198 cyclists and a combined burn of 25 million calories — so what exactly goes into fuelling the riders of the Tour de France?
It’s well known that cutting down on meat benefits the environment, but isn’t animal protein essential for a cyclist’s hard-worked muscles? Anita Bean weighs up the evidence
Glenn Kearney from Etixx UK sets out the strengths of eggs and almonds in a cyclist's diet
Our nutritional needs change as we age but it’s easy to adapt and stay strong
Find out how the nutritionists at Etixx are helping Marcel Kittel fuel his body to win races in 2016