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Pre-race pasta parties sure sound like a fun way to enjoy the night before the race. But does carb loading really work, and how can we use it to achieve peak performance?

Sugar is back in the news as researchers suggest it can do more damage to our bodies than just expanding waistlines.

The smell of freshly-baked cookies or a big bar of chocolate may put a smile on our face. But these sugary treats may not be the best way to turn that frown upside-down.

Yes, it’s a score on a scale of 1 to 100 (that has nothing to do with a spelling test)— but what exactly is the deal with the glycemic index?

Yes, it’s a score on a scale of 1 to 100 (that has nothing to do with a spelling test)— but what exactly is the deal with the glycemic index?

The smell of freshly-baked cookies or a big bar of chocolate may put a smile on our face. But these sugary treats may not be the best way to turn that frown upside-down.

Sugar is back in the news as researchers suggest it can do more damage to our bodies than just expanding waistlines.

Pre-race pasta parties sure sound like a fun way to enjoy the night before the race. But does carb loading really work, and how can we use it to achieve peak performance?