Power Foods: High-Performance Nutrition for High-Performance People

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Rodale Press, Incorporated, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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You start running the minute your feet hit the floor in the morning, and each day becomes a race against the clock and the competition. You need to muster every ounce of energy and tap every tank of reserves just to stay even with the crowd. If you want to pull ahead, you must have additional resources. The Power Foods are all around you, and this book shows how to use them to fuel your potential for excellence.

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Contents

Carbohydrate The Ultimate
32
Performance Protein
85
HighPerformance Fats
120
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Liz Applegate, Ph.D., is on the faculty in the Nutrition Department at the University of California, Davis. A Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, she is a popular lecturer and had been a gues on "Good Morning America," CNN, and ESPN. Dr. Applegate is the author of "Power Foods" and "Eat Your Way to a Healthy Heart," She is nutrition editor and columnist for "Runner's World" magazine and a nutrition consultant for the U.S. Olympic Team.

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