• Title: Power Vegan: Plant-Fueled Nutrition for Maximum Health and Fitness
  • Author: Rea Frey
  • ISBN: 9781572841413
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Power Vegan Plant Fueled Nutrition for Maximum Health and Fitness Power Vegan is a guide to finding the foods that will truly power our daily lives and explains the reasoning behind how eating a plant based diet will achieve this aim Whether readers want to eat bett
    Power Vegan is a guide to finding the foods that will truly power our daily lives and explains the reasoning behind how eating a plant based diet will achieve this aim Whether readers want to eat better, get fit, or train like an athlete, Power Vegan contains the personalized, balanced approach to a healthier lifestyle The idea behind power eating is not a fad diet.Power Vegan is a guide to finding the foods that will truly power our daily lives and explains the reasoning behind how eating a plant based diet will achieve this aim Whether readers want to eat better, get fit, or train like an athlete, Power Vegan contains the personalized, balanced approach to a healthier lifestyle The idea behind power eating is not a fad diet It s about incorporating foods into your life that you like, make you feel good, are easy to prepare, and are not too expensive The book is filled not only with tips, but easy 30 minutes or less recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, and snacks Whether the goal is gaining energy, building muscle, or simply feeling and functioning better, Power Vegan will provide the tools to get healthy and avoid all too common pitfalls Power eating is not about being tied to the gym or the kitchen, but rather about fitting in the health concepts everyone needs while ditching the rest of the diet and exercise noise that people are bombarded with every day.

    One Reply to “Power Vegan: Plant-Fueled Nutrition for Maximum Health and Fitness”

    1. Very useful and informative. I love the thorough explanations about the absorbability of certain vitamins and what to do to make sure we're consuming & absorbing a reasonable amount. I also like the explanation of what to eat pre & post workout. Good book.

    2. This was an ok book. Probably written to the younger generation or maybe just primarily Americans. I found it strange how many times she repeated simple stuff like "if u dont like chopping veggies then buy them prechopped". I mean, isnt that a given? Anyway, there was a lot of good info in this book and I might even pass it on to my crossfit coach whos a traditional meat&dairy guy when it comes to eating for strength. Plus the pics of the moves at the end of the book were great - they certai [...]

    3. The author targets her practical advice for anyone who wants to be healthy, not just vegans. Her approach is very common sense and not preachy at all.

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