The Paleo Diet for Athletes

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Rodale, 2005 - 300 pages
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Overall a not bad introduction to the topic. - Goodreads
Truly well-researched and informed. - Goodreads
Some sound nutritional advice, but nothing new. - Goodreads

Review: The Paleo Diet for Athletes: A Nutritional Formula for Peak Athletic Performance

User Review  - Vlad Patrati - Goodreads

The book gives good overall knowledge about athletic nutrition but stays strongly on the side of endurance athletes. Bunch of Data, reading is bearable. Overall a not bad introduction to the topic. Read full review

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User Review  - Sal Coraccio - Goodreads

With a good understanding of a primarily fat and protein (very low carbohydrate) diet I was hoping a "Paleo" perspective would help with the demands of exercise. This book almost meets that need ... Read full review

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