Eating for Endurance

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Bull Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 190 pages
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The standard guide to nutrition for anyone who exercises or plays sports, this updated reference describes the fuel the body needs and how best to adjust diet and eating habits for both health and performance. It includes the latest findings on carbohydrate loading, fat as fuel, and the role of protein, vitamins, and minerals, along with recent data on caffeine, sugar, and the critical role of hydration. Written in a straightforward, friendly style, the book offers specific advice for different levels of fitness and different types of activities.

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Ellen Coleman, RN, MA, MPH, is an exercise physiologist and registered dietitian in Riverside, California. She has competed in the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii twice and in numerous marathons and 200-mile bicycle races.

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