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Eat more if your power output drops, you take longer to recover from hard efforts, or notice other negative side effects. You can eat more of what you usually do or snack on high-calorie-density healthy foods like nuts if meals get too onerous. My google-fu and queries on the wattage list, bikeforums.net, and roadbikereview.com did not produce useful advice ...
Maybe you can take some more Magnesium too. When you train hard, there is a need to take proper vitamins and minerals. Running out of magnesium can be painful.
It could be the way how you set up your spinner.
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