'Packed with top exercise and nutrition tips, eating plans and quick and easy recipes made from basic foods. This new edition has been fully updated... contains lots of engaging fact boxes and top tips from leading sportspeople and athletes, as well as high quality photography.' Fitpro (May 2007) 'If you are really serious about sport and exercise and want to make sure you are eating the right foods at the right time, Food for Fitness should be your bible... [A] brilliant book.' Women's Fitness (November 2007) 'The appropriately surnamed Anita Bean - whose CV includes an appearance on a BBC documentary Should I Be Worried About Sausages? - is back with the third edition of this very useful book, which basically acts as a sports nutrition guide and recipe book all rolled into one. Good show.' Sport (July 2007) 'For those of us who aren't entirely sure what 'basal metabolic rate' is, what GI stands for, nor why we should be eating fat when you're actually trying to lose weight, this book is just the job.' Men's Health magazine (2007)From the Publisher:
Food for Fitness is the bible for anyone who is serious about their sport, health and fitness. This new edition has seen a complete overhaul of the book - radically improving the design and adding lots of new material. The book is now in full colour and contains lots of engaging fact boxes and top tips from leading sportspeople and athletes, as well as high quality photography. In terms of content, the book is divided into three sections: Exercise and nutrition - seven chapters offering detailed guidance on a range of subjects from eating for competition to superfoods. Meal plans - guidance on how too design your perfect meal plan, plus ready-made plans for a range of sports and calorie intakes. Recipes - over 50 recipes for drinks, snacks, main meals and much more.
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Descripción A & C Black Publishers Ltd, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110713681284