Nutritional Ketosis (or: Why I don't eat any carbs. Ever.)
This is a great blog post by an endurance runner who has made the switch from a standard American diet to a ketogenic lifestyle with an overview of his training and meal plan.
The Real-Life Diet of an Ultramarathoner Who Stays Away from Carbs
A look at the diet of Dean Karnazes who is an ultra runner and is best known for his amazing feat of running 50 marathons in 50 days. Dean adheres to a modified Paleo lifestyle and shares his diet and nutrition secrets.
Fat For Fuel, My Ketogenic Diet Experiment While Endurance Training
The article provides an overview of the Author's transition to a ketogenic lifestyle and its effects on short and long distance running performance.
Running and Paleo: How To Fuel For Increasing Mileage
This is a blog post by Michele at Paleo Running Momma! She is super speedy and qualified for Boston the first time she ran a marathon! She shares her secrets about eating paleo as a long distance runner and the types of foods she has found to be effective as a Paleo runner.
Running and Nutrition: What to Eat Before, During and After a Long Run
This article covers the one question on every runner's mind; What is the secret to “perfect” race fueling? What is the best pre-race dinner and breakfast to eat? What will give you enough energy to have your most stellar performance in a race? What do you eat to recover? And, oh by the way, how do you do it all without gaining weight?
general athletic performance
What Does It Mean to Be Fat-Adapted?
In Part 1 of 2, Mark Sisson defines what it means to be fat-adapted, explains the difference between carb-burning and fat-burning, and ways in which you can tell if you are truly fat-adapted.
What Does It Mean to Be Fat-Adapted? – Part 2: Q&A
In Part 2 of 2: Mark Sisson answers your most burning questions about fat-adaptation including how to become fat-adapted, the role of ketones, and how long does it take.