Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook

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Human Kinetics, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 455 pages
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Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook makes it easy for anyone to create a winning diet for high energy, peak performance, and lifelong health. Like the popular first edition, which has moe than 150,000 print, this revised and expanded edition provides easy-to-use, "how-to" food suggestions for athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and other people on the go. 61 illustrations.

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My personal trainer recommended this book to me and Ive read it nearly cover to cover. An excellent resource on nutrition and diet for athletes as well as nonathletes. This book cuts through the hype ... Read full review

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This book is terrific for those who workout on a regular basiseither as an athlete or as someone trying to maintainlose weight. The information is easy to understand and she explains why its OK to ... Read full review

Contents

A Game Plan for Good Nutrition
3
Good and Good for You
29
Breakfast Is for Champions
56
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About the author (1997)

Nancy Clark, a Simmons College graduate, is director of Nutrition Services at SportsMedicine Brookline in Boston, Massachusetts. Clark, who specializes in nutrition for exercise, is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Dietetic Association and a member of Sports and Cardiovascular Nutritionists. Using her expertise in sports nutrition, Clark has written numerous articles for magazines and has written the books Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook and The New York Marathon Cookbook. In addition, Clark has consulted on sports nutrition with various athletes, including Olympic skater Kitty Caruther, PGA golfer Brad Faxon, and tennis player Tim Mayotte.

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