DON’T YOU BRING A SNACK?
Anyone that knows me is familiar with my favorite two words….”I’m hungry!” Most times the replies come fast and furious: “What! You just ate!” or “Why don’t you bring a snack!” So, this riding season I plan to try a remedy to appease that little gremlin with the alarm clock in my stomach!
Some research indicates that there are certain, “do’s and don’ts,” for what you should eat during times when you need to stay alert. Alert is good while riding!
So here are some recommendations I plan to follow to prevent those two words from escaping my lips!
You may want to bring along some of the recommendations listed above on your next ride, depending of course on your medical requirements. However, if nothing else, bring water. Remember, heat, humidity and high speeds remove moisture from your body.
is a little tidbit about food for those of us that need help remembering
our way back home: Eating pineapple chunks or a cup of berries helps memory.
The brain consumes a great deal of oxygen and harmful oxidants from air
pollution can damage memory. Antioxidants from fruits and vegetables pick
off free radicals that injure memory.
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