Why Choose Low Carbohydrate?
If you are an athlete attempting to lose weight, teach your body how to more efficiently burn fat, limit blood sugar fluctuations, eliminate bloating and gas, then a low carbohydrate diet is an excellent choice for you.
Unfortunately, most low carbohydrate diets do not take into consideration the high activity levels of endurance athletes, and increase risk of extremely low energy and immune system deficits due to inadequate energy intake.
Here are just a few of the weight loss and performance enhancing gems you will discover inside:
- Why utilization of fat for energy cannot happen if the body is constantly drawing on carbohydrate reserves and blood glucose for energy.
- How the burning of fat for energy does not create this same cellular damage as when glucose is used to create energy.
- Why you don’t need to load with carbohydrate before a race.
- Who should not choose a low carbohydrate diet.
The “Low Carbohydrate Diet For Triathletes”, by Ben Greenfield, is the first book to address the practical steps involved with implementing a low carbohydrate diet and still succeeding in endurance sports.
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About the Author
Ben Greenfield is an Ironman triathlete, a tennis player and a certified sports nutritionist. His credentials include Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from University of Idaho in sports science and exercise physiology; personal training and strength and conditioning certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA); sports nutrition certification from the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN); and more than 10 years of experience coaching professional, collegiate and recreational athletes from all sports, including the average person who just wants to know how eat the right way.