Tag Archives: Christmas

Nicolas Roche: ‘How to fuel for cycling: swap pre-made energy bars for Christmas pudding’

At Team Sunweb, we have a kitchen truck where our food is freshly prepared by our team chef and all of our meals are monitored by our team nutritionist and dietician at every race and training camp. To make sure we are eating and drinking correctly during a stage race, we get weighed every morning.… Read More »

Indigestion: How to get rid of indigestion pain and symptoms post Christmas

Indigestion is a painful, bloated feeling in the chest that usually happens after eating or drinking. Symptoms of indigestion include feeling full and bloated, feeling sick, belching and passing wind, bringing up food or bitter tasting fluids, and heartburn. Heartburn is a painful burning feeling in the chest that often occurs after eating. Indigestion is… Read More »

Kate Middleton and Prince William Reportedly Won't Be Staying With Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Over Christmas

Christmas is just around the corner, which means that if you’re a member of the British royal family, you’re likely currently preparing for Christmas at Sandringham with the queen (and it sounds like you really do need to mentally prepare…a former royal butler said that it was like “Downton Abbey on speed”). And even though… Read More »

If You're Going To Buy Socks For Christmas, It Should Be These Over-The-Top Food Socks From Amazon

Christmas shopping is hard, but you know what’s NOT hard? Finding out a person’s favorite junk food, then buying them a pair of ridiculous socks that prominently displays said junk food. Amazon seller Danial Burpe has a ton to choose from, and they’re all less than $ 15. I know, socks seem like a boring… Read More »

Study: Christmas Eve May Be When Your Risk For Heart Attacks Is Highest

A SWEDEHEART of a study showed significant increases in hospitalizations for heart attacks on Christmas Eve. (Photo: Getty Images)Getty Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house. Not a creature was stirring, but what about cholesterol plaques? According to a study just published in the BMJ, it’s not mice moving that should be the… Read More »