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Juicer Recipes, Diet and Nutrition for Maximum Strength Training Gains (Food for Fitness Series)

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    • By Lars Andersen Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
    • Juices for Strength Juicer Recipes, Diet and Nutrition for Maximum Strength Training Gains (Food for Fitness Series Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
    • 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
    • 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
    • Table Of Contents Chapter 1: Juices And Juicing For Strength Training And Muscle Building Chapter 2: Balanced nutrition Chapter 3: The benefits of juices for strength training Chapter 4: Max flavor for max benefits Chapter 5: Hydration Chapter 6: General information about your juices Chapter 7: Pre-workout juices – for workouts up to 1 hour Chapter 8: Pre-workout Juices - For Workouts Lasting 1 Or More Hours Chapter 9: Post-workout juices Exclusive Bonus Download: Smoothies for athletes Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
    • Chapter 1: Juices And Juicing For Strength Training And Muscle Building "Our bodies run on the fresh green fuel of the land" – Terri Guillemets It is popularly believed that eating large quantities of steak and drinking raw eggs goes hand-in-hand with building muscle. It's a misconception that has grown from the fact that these foods offer a good source of protein, and protein is essentially the body's muscle builder. However, while protein does have an important role to play in tissue growth and repair, it is not necessary to eat excessive amounts of protein to build muscle. Eating a large steak every morning may be described as a "body-builder's breakfast" but contrary to the popular belief, meat is not in fact the best source of protein available. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/ Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
    • Chapter 2: Balanced Nutrition A balanced diet contains a healthy mix of carbohydrates, protein, fats, vitamins and minerals, and the more physically active you are on a daily basis, the more calories you need. The foods you eat must fuel your body and your mind, keeping your muscles energized and your brain focused and alert. This means consuming quality, healthful calories. The optimal mix of nutrients needed to achieve a healthy balance in your diet is 60 percent carbohydrates, 30 percent fats and 10 percent protein. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/ Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen
    • Chapter 3: The benefits of juices for strength training Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Building muscle and developing strength and power is all about progressively overloading your muscles to promote adaptation. Using an appropriate training plan, the more your body is asked to do, the more it becomes able to do; your body adapts to the repeated demands being placed upon it. Resistance training creates microscopic damage in your muscles and it's the natural repair and regeneration process that leads to increases in muscle size and strength. However, the process of repair and regeneration requires appropriate nutrition and this is where a nutrition-packed juice can provide your body with a powerful boost. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
    • Chapter 4: Max flavor for max benefits Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Fresh ginger, garlic and parsley can all be juiced along with fruits and vegetables but dried versions can also be mixed in to "spice up" your juices and add to the nutritional content. Experimentation is the only way to discover the flavor combinations that work best for you. The fresher your ingredients, the more nutritional value they hold, but it is worth noting that frozen produce can represent a good choice when fresh foods may have spent a little longer than ideal on the grocery store shelf. Organic produce will generally offer a healthier choice in terms of the number of chemicals used in the farming process but non-organic produce still provides the nutrients you need to fuel your body and to boost your overall health. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
    • Chapter 5: Hydration Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen Adequate hydration is essential at all times as fluid in your blood transports glucose to the working muscles and takes away the metabolic by-products. A fresh juice provides a practical way to top up and replenish essential fluids but it's worth noting that the water content of the fruits or vegetables you choose can significantly increase your overall fluid intake. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
    • Chapter 6: General information about your juices Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen These juices are divided into 3 categories, each designed to meet the nutritional needs of strength training athletes at three key times: • Pre-workout– for workouts lasting up to 1 hour; • Pre-workout– for high workouts lasting 1 or more hours; • Post-workout. 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. The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
    • Chapter 7: Pre-workout juices – for workouts up to 1 hour Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen 1. Pomegranate juice with broccoli 2. Pumpkin and apple juice 3. Loquat and pear juice 4. Mango, orange and banana juice 5. Watermelon and honey juice 6. Pineapple, peach and apple juice 7. Coconut, lemon and strawberry juice 8. KIWI, Banana And Pear Juice 9. Papaya and cucumber juice with mint 10. Apple, pear and banana juice with watercress 11. Apple and raspberry juice 12. Plum and pineapple juice The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
    • Chapter 8: Pre-workout Juices - For Workouts Lasting 1 Or More Hours Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen 13. Mango and strawberry juice 14. Passion fruit with lemon and orange juice 15. Peach and watermelon juice 16. Plums and raisins juice 17. Apricot and banana juice 18. Melon and fig juice 19. Peach and pineapple juice with cabbage 20. Cherry juice with romaine lettuce 21. Coconut, mango and orange juice 22. watermelon and apricot juice The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
    • Chapter 9: Post-workout juices Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen 23. Passion fruit and apple juice 24. Blackberry, Blueberry And Peach Juice 25. Melon, pear and coconut juice 26. Raspberry, Cherry And Coconut Juice 27. Guava And Pineapple Juice 28. Kiwi, Pear And Strawberry Juice With Kale 29. Multi-fruit Juice With Collard Greens 30. Orange And Blackberry Juice 31. Strawberry And Papaya Juice With Spinach 32. Grape and melon juice 33. Raspberry and blueberry juice 34. Currant and pomegranate juice 35. Beet and orange juice with ginger The complete book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Juices-Golfers-Achieveing-Performance-ebook/dp/B008U7UJLU/
    • Exclusive Bonus Download: Smoothies for athletes Copyright © 2012 Lars Andersen