Here’s an overview of your formula. The listed macronutrients and micronutrients that are custom-tailored to help you recover faster and reach your cycling goals.
Vitamins and Minerals
Based on your body type, riding style, and cycling goals, here are the superfoods with the nutritional properties to produce the energy you need to train and to properly recover afterwards.
Chickpeas are packed with protein and carbohydrates, both of which are critical nutrients for endurance athletes to perform as well as recover.
Pea protein is a complete protein, meaning it has all 9 of the essential amino acids that are necessary to build muscle, so you can improve your abilities on the bike.
Rice is a refined starch that quickly reshes depleted glycogen stores, allowing cyclists to constantly refuel their energy.
Hemp seeds are rich in essential fatty acids, such as Omega-3 and Omega-6, which have been shown to boost blood flow and improve cyclists' performance.
Piperine, one of the main substances in black pepper, has been shown to block the formation of fat cells so that you stay toned and in race shape.
Sweet potatoes are rich in complex carbotes, which replenish your body's depleted glycogen stores following a hard ride.
Quercetin, a plant pigment found in apples, enhances power output, which in turn improves cycling performance, especially for high-intensity rides.
Compounds in beetroot such as betalin and nitrates increase blood flow by dilating the blood vessels, and were shown to improve exercise efficiency in cyclists.
Packed with Vitamin C, a powerful antiox, broccoli helps cyclists fight free radical build-up and oxidative stress.
Kale is rich in Vitamin C, the body's first defense towards colds and upper respiratory infections, both of which are common ailments when cycling hard.
Bell peppers are primarily composed of cand fiber so that you can quickly refuel after a long ride without crashing later.
Spinach is rich in Vitamin E that protects your cells, particularly those in your muscles, which take a beating during intense cycling sessions.
Cyclists taking turmeric had significantwer levels of stress and inflammatory markers following bouts of exhaustive exercise.
One study found that cyclists taking ashwagandha supplements improved their cardiorespiratory endurance, both with aerobic capacity and time to exhaustion.
Chia seeds are whole foods, and take some time for the body to naturally digest. Their energy stores are stabilizing through their slow-release, so you stay energized throughout your
Packed with anthocyanins, which fight inflammation and speed healing, tart juice has been shown to accelerate recovery and is perfect for following a strenuous cycling session.