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Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
Juices for golfers
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Juicer Recipes and Nutrition Guide to Achieveing Maximum Focus, Performance and Drive for Today's Golfer (Food for Fitness Series)

Juicer Recipes and Nutrition Guide to Achieveing Maximum Focus, Performance and Drive for Today's Golfer (Food for Fitness Series)

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  • 1. By Lars Andersen Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 2. Juices for Golfers Juicer Recipes and Nutrition Guide to Achieving Maximum Focus, Performance and Drive for Today's Golfer (Food for Fitness Series) Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 3. Published by Nordic Standard Publishing Atlanta, Georgia USA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED: No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted for resale or use by any party other than the individual purchaser who is the sole authorized user of this information. Purchaser is authorized to use any of the information in this publication for his or her own use only. All other reproduction or transmission, or any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any informational storage or retrieval system, is prohibited without express written permission from the author. DISCLAIMER: While all attempts have been made to provide effective, verifiable information in this Book, neither the Author nor Publisher assumes any responsibility for errors, inaccuracies, or omissions. Any slights of people or organizations are unintentional. This Book is not a source of medical information, and it should not be regarded as such. This publication is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is sold with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering a medical service. As with any medical advice, the reader is strongly encouraged to seek professional medical advice before taking action. Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 4. Books by This Author • The Smoothies for Runners Book • Juices for Runners • Smoothies for Cyclists • Juices for Cyclists • Paleo Diet for Cyclists • Smoothies for Triathletes • Juices for Triathletes • Paleo Diet for Triathletes • Smoothies for Strength • Juices for Strength • Paleo Diet for Strength • Paleo Diet Smoothies for Strength • Smoothies for Golfers • Juices for Golfers Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 5. Table Of Contents Chapter 1: Juicing And Juices For Golfers Chapter 2: Brain fuel Chapter 3: Power fuel Chapter 4: The benefits of fruit juices Chapter 5: The Benefits Of Vegetable Juices Chapter 6: Liquid fuel Chapter 7: Strength and endurance fuel Chapter 8: Stress busting fuel Chapter 9: General information about your juices Chapter 10: Pre-game juices – for games lasting 2 to 4 hours Chapter 11: Pre-game juices- for games lasting 4 or more hours Chapter 12: Post-game juices - Exclusive Bonus Download: Crossfit to drop fat Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 6. Chapter 1: Juicing And Juices For Golfers "A golfer's diet: live on greens as much as possible" - Author Unknown Golf is a game that requires physical and mental skill; and with the average round taking several hours to play, it's a game that requires the ability to concentrate and remain focused for long periods of time. A pro golfer will play a shot in his or her mind many times over in precise detail before the shot is ever played in reality, and a seasoned golfer can play each hole on their local course in their mind's-eye without the need to physically be there. This takes well-practiced visualization skills, but the combination of developing mental skills alongside physical skills is a winning formula that can lead to improvements in your golf game at every level of involvement. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/ Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 7. Chapter 2: Brain fuel Your brain and all its functions are fuelled by glucose, and lots of it! It accounts for only two percent of your body weight but your brain uses up around 20 percent of your daily calorie intake. When glucose levels fall, your concentration levels also fall and your thinking powers are diminished. To maintain optimal brain power, your brain must be fed a constant supply of glucose. High sugar foods or drinks can supply an instant glucose boost but the effects are short-lived and the sugar "high" results in a sugar "low" as your body responds to restore the balance. A nutrient-dense mix of juiced fruits and vegetables provides carbohydrates which offer a slower release of energy, helping to keep you mentally and physically alert for longer and your brain fuelled with a steady supply of glucose. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/ Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 8. Chapter 3: Power fuel Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Mental exercise can drain your energy reserves in the same way that physical exercise can, so preparing your body to perform at its best on the golf course means keeping your glucose and glycogen stores topped up. A round of golf can take up to four hours and it has been calculated that a pro golfer takes around 2000 swings per week with many of those swings generating ball speeds of 90 to 100 mph … that's explosive power! To fuel your body for optimal performance in everyday activities as well as in sport, you need a balance of nutrients in your diet. The components of a balanced diet are carbohydrates, fats, protein, vitamins and minerals. Adding green, leafy vegetables to a juice boosts the plant protein content and adding fats in the form of "healthy" oils containing omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids boosts the anti-inflammatory benefits, helping to keep you swinging at full power for longer. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 9. Chapter 4: The benefits of fruit juices Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Fruits are a rich source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making them extremely important in terms of promoting and maintaining optimum health. Any combination of juiced fruits will provide energy-giving carbohydrates so your choice is a matter of personal taste. The antioxidant properties of many fruits can also help to reduce the effects of muscular damage generated through repetitive wear and tear. Vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene are particularly effective at limiting the potentially damaging effects of free radicals. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 10. Chapter 5: The Benefits Of Vegetable Juices Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Vegetables also offer a healthful source of carbohydrates for energy and many vegetables contain health boosting vitamin, mineral and antioxidant properties along with plant protein. Green fruits and vegetables contain chlorophyll which has been shown to stimulate the production of hemoglobin. This can lead to improvements in your oxygen uptake and your body's ability to utilize it, referred to as your VO2 max, as well as giving your overall energy levels a boost. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 11. Chapter 6: Liquid fuel Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Adequate hydration is essential at all times, even when out on the golf course! Hydration levels can be boosted before a round of golf by drinking a large glass of water and replaced after a round in the same way, but a fresh juice provides a practical way to boost your fluid and nutrient intake. Of course, fluids must also be carried with you on the course, especially in hot weather. You lose around a half pint of water each day simply through breathing so the more physically active you are or the more you sweat, the more fluids you must drink. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 12. Chapter 7: Strength and endurance fuel Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen • BACK PAIN • GOLFER'S ELBOW The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 13. Chapter 8: Stress busting fuel Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Many golfers find an hour or two out on the golf course to be an effective form of stress relief. Sports commentator Brent Musburger once said, "I'd play every day if I could. It's cheaper than a shrink and there are no telephones on my golf cart." It's true that golf can help to relieve stress but reducing the stress in your life can also help to boost your golf game! The nutritional needs of your body change in response to the demands being placed upon it. Stress increases the demand for certain vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B5, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium and calcium. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 14. Chapter 9: General information about your juices Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen These juices are divided into 3 categories, each designed to meet the nutritional needs of golfers at three specific times: • Pre-Game – for games lasting 2 to 4 hours; • Pre-Game – for games lasting 4 or more hours; Post-Game. The great majority of the ingredients in these recipes have a low Glycemic Index. If you can't find the fresh fruit you need for a recipe, feel free to replace it with frozen. Frozen fruits have the same nutritional content as the corresponding fresh fruits. You can adjust the consistency of your juice adding some ice cubes to the recipe before blending and/or straining before serving. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 15. Chapter 10: Pre-game juices – for games lasting 2 to 4 hours Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen 1. Mango, pineapple and peach juice 2. Plum and pomegranate juice 3. Cucumber, pear and apple juice with ginger 4. Lemon and mango juice 5. Pineapple and basil juice 6. Pear, strawberry and apple juice 7. Orange, pear and currant juice 8. Papaya and blueberry juice 9. Pineapple and banana juice 10. Apple, cherry, and blackberry juice The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 16. Chapter 11: Pre-game juices- for games lasting 4 or more hours Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen 11. Passion Fruit And Mango Juice 12. Papaya and banana juice 13. Pear juice 14. Peach and lemon juice with pumpkin 15. Pitaya, Watermelon And Cherry Juice 16. Carrot and apricot juice 17. Beetroot, plum and grape juice 18. Kiwi and raspberry juice 19. Orange, pear and banana juice 20. Peach and prune juice The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
  • 17. Chapter 12: Post-game juices 21. Blackberry, cherry and apple juice 22. Melon and raisin juice 23. Multi-fruit Juice With Spinach 24. Lemon and passion fruit juice with mint 25. Guava and papaya juice 26. Coconut and blackberries juice 27. Peach and strawberry juice 28. Banana and guava juice 29. Pomegranate and loquat juice with kale 30. Watermelon and orange juice 31. Coconut and kiwi juice 32. Guava and blueberries juice 33. Cherry and raspberry juice with cauliflower 34. Plum, Currant, Strawberry Juice 35. Watermelon and melon juice Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
  • 18. Exclusive Bonus Download: Crossfit to drop fat Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen

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