Just listened to the last talk Ultra and thought the bit on nutrition/fuelling was quite interesting. Basically floating the idea that carb loading / taking on carbs is just training your body to run on carbs meaning that you need to keep fuelling. The idea was before training to eat a diet higher in fat as this encourages the use of fat as fuel. Kind of made sense to me, after all if we are "designed" to run long distances fat must be fuel as we only have a limited store of glycogen/carbs.
So any suggestions for healthy fats in a breakfast? Nuts/seeds - kind of boring.