Hannah Grant,Stacy Sims

Eat Race Win

The endurance athletes guide to eating. Following the successful Grand Tour Cookbook, Hannah Grant brings you the year round must-have food and nutrition bible. Thousands of people around the globe have praised her easy to follow, healthy and tasty recipes. Hannah has, in collaboration with Physiologist Dr. Stacy Sims Ph.D, created EAT, RACE, WIN; a modern classic sports nutrition and hydration cookbook to support and guide the athlete through their training program throughout the year. ERW also features unique interviews with some of the world’s best endurance athletes, Peter Sagan, Michael Valgren, Selene Yeager, Gwen Jorgensen, the Diabetic team Novo Nordisk and with a foreword by Greg Lemond. These tailored meals are designed to maximize physical levels and reach peak performance. Let yourself be inspired in the kitchen to go get those endurance sport goals in the bag it has never been more delicious and mouth-watering to… EAT, RACE and WIN.
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    It is just as important to note that the health benefits of low-carb diets do not mean that they are strategically better for fat loss. Research published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition dropped a bomb when it compared a lower-carb diet to a higher-carb diet and discovered that each yielded no significant difference in rates of fat loss, metabolism, or lean mass retention
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    The important thing to remember is that your body needs carbs, even if fad diets tell you otherwise. This becomes even more important if you are engaged in intense exercise. Without carbohydrates, your body will begin to break down your muscle tissue to fuel your body, which will sabotage your efforts
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    You see, your body treats complex and simple carbohydrates alike. It breaks them down into usable sugar energy to fuel your muscles and organs. It is not the type of carbohydrate that really matters; instead, it is how quickly your body can break it down and how much it will spike your blood glucose levels

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