The majority of dietary guides emphasize that carbohydrates should dominate in the cycling diet. A lot of reasons in this case, especially in the case of Scandinavia, where the energy reserve has to be replenished all the time. Carbohydrates are probably the fastest source of energy needed to work muscles and overall survival in the Nordic climate.
In places where temperatures are lower than in Poland, our body will give away energy to the environment faster than in warmer conditions. Heat lazuli our body, which generates less energy because it “steals” it from the environment. A contrasting example is, for example, Turkey, where people eat only twice a day, even at regular home-made meals. residents eat only twice a day even with regular home-made meals. Integer consequat maximus dui, vitae dignissim tortor iaculis eu. Nullam scelerisque consequat fringilla. Duis leo libero, accumsan gravida tincidunt vitae, congue in mauris. Morbi nec lorem nec urna tincidunt molestie ut id nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus.
The energy demand for bicycle expeditions in Scandinavia can increase up to 5,000 kcal per day (daily requirement for a woman 2,700 kcal). Either hiking and cycling need to be well-prapared beforehand.
Healthy carbohydrates go to the rescue first. According to the pyramid of bioavailability of individual nutrients, carbohydrates are transformed into energy the fastest. Their chemical composition allows you to quickly break down and convert into glucose that powers the action of our muscles. The effect of this is the production of glycogen, which stored in the muscles and liver allows us to relieve fatty acid reserves, which are also used during exercise.
At current fast-food prices in Norway or Sweden, where the MC kit costs about PLN 40, it is rather unlikely that we will make up for calories by eating in this way. The rest is probably also a less healthy alternative. Scandinavian fast food is not healthier than others in the world. On the island we found a delicious hoddoig with onion, which is probably unique from the rule.
Camp kitchen equipment: Generally speaking, i use thermo-active mugs, vacuum bottle, combined cutlery and mess kit. I do not recommend one particular brand as many available online can be a great facility.
Our evening diet consisted mainly in supplying high protein products such as bread, cereal, milk, meat (with us in the form of canned food). Unfortunately, survivalo Our evening diet consisted mainly in supplying high protein products such as bread, cereal, milk, meat (with us in the form of canned food). Unfortunately, the survival climate of the expedition was not conducive to making cocktails. It’s a pity, because they deliver the most healthy protein one hour after the workout.