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DELICIOUS, NUTRIENT-PACKED MEALS TO FUEL A BETTER PERFORMANCE You train hard to perform well; your food should fuel the process and taste good, too. The Performance Paleo Cookbook gives you all the information and recipes you need to prepare delicious food that will help you get stronger today. When you train, your body needs the right combination of nutrients-whether it's t DELICIOUS, NUTRIENT-PACKED MEALS TO FUEL A BETTER PERFORMANCE You train hard to perform well; your food should fuel the process and taste good, too. The Performance Paleo Cookbook gives you all the information and recipes you need to prepare delicious food that will help you get stronger today. When you train, your body needs the right combination of nutrients-whether it's to support your workout or to aid in recovery. Following a Paleo-based diet with smart modifications for training is the best way to maximize your workout so that you can get stronger and raise your performance. In this book you will get meal strategies based on your workout, meal combinations that pack a nutrient punch and recipes that will nourish you throughout your day-from pre-workout snacks to post-workout fuel and dozens of other carb-dense, nutrient-boosting meals to keep you at your best. And with 100 delicious recipes like Mocha-Rubbed Slow Cooker Pot Roast, Honey Garlic Lemon Chicken Wings, Baked Cinnamon Carrots, Savory Salt & Vinegar Coconut Chips and Banana Fudgesicles, who says healthy food has to taste bad? No matter how you choose to test the limits of your body, The Performance Paleo Cookbook has got your back with tasty, energizing food to help you train harder, recover faster and perform better.


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DELICIOUS, NUTRIENT-PACKED MEALS TO FUEL A BETTER PERFORMANCE You train hard to perform well; your food should fuel the process and taste good, too. The Performance Paleo Cookbook gives you all the information and recipes you need to prepare delicious food that will help you get stronger today. When you train, your body needs the right combination of nutrients-whether it's t DELICIOUS, NUTRIENT-PACKED MEALS TO FUEL A BETTER PERFORMANCE You train hard to perform well; your food should fuel the process and taste good, too. The Performance Paleo Cookbook gives you all the information and recipes you need to prepare delicious food that will help you get stronger today. When you train, your body needs the right combination of nutrients-whether it's to support your workout or to aid in recovery. Following a Paleo-based diet with smart modifications for training is the best way to maximize your workout so that you can get stronger and raise your performance. In this book you will get meal strategies based on your workout, meal combinations that pack a nutrient punch and recipes that will nourish you throughout your day-from pre-workout snacks to post-workout fuel and dozens of other carb-dense, nutrient-boosting meals to keep you at your best. And with 100 delicious recipes like Mocha-Rubbed Slow Cooker Pot Roast, Honey Garlic Lemon Chicken Wings, Baked Cinnamon Carrots, Savory Salt & Vinegar Coconut Chips and Banana Fudgesicles, who says healthy food has to taste bad? No matter how you choose to test the limits of your body, The Performance Paleo Cookbook has got your back with tasty, energizing food to help you train harder, recover faster and perform better.

30 review for The Performance Paleo Cookbook: Recipes for Training Harder, Getting Stronger and Gaining the Competitive Edge

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    The sweet potato enchiladas are the best in this book. Steph includes unusual items in her ingredients. Simple and easy recipes that are nutrient dense. I'm glad it's one of my collection

  2. 4 out of 5

    Evan

    Gaudreau's book is a good attempt at a "paleo for athletes" cookbook, but it has enough flaws that I can't rate it more than two stars. First, a number of the recipes are strongly derivative of those in Nom Nom Paleo, Well Fed, Well Fed 2, or The Paleo Foodie. If you've read those books, you'll recognize a lot of techniques, such as adding water and cream of tartar to burgers. You'll also recognize the page layout and font choice, which are creepily identical to some of the aforementioned books, Gaudreau's book is a good attempt at a "paleo for athletes" cookbook, but it has enough flaws that I can't rate it more than two stars. First, a number of the recipes are strongly derivative of those in Nom Nom Paleo, Well Fed, Well Fed 2, or The Paleo Foodie. If you've read those books, you'll recognize a lot of techniques, such as adding water and cream of tartar to burgers. You'll also recognize the page layout and font choice, which are creepily identical to some of the aforementioned books, as well as Paleo Takes Five or Fewer. Second, I am not convinced these recipes are "Paleo," whatever that diet actually means. A recipe for homemade nut bars calls for about 50% by mass dried fruit, resulting in very high sugar content. Sugar can be paleo, but dried fruit rarely is - and it's about $20 a pound for dried cherries. You're not saving any money with that recipe. Another recipe calls for garlic powder - which, in addition to questionable Paleo-ness, is the seasoning of the devil and makes everything taste like chemicals. (And, I will add, is one of several reasons why her "Awesomesauce" is seriously not awesome. Gaudreau also relies heavily on coconut aminos, which are not a widely-available foodstuff, and are an odd inclusion in a Paleo cookbook. Third, there are some organizational oddities. Meatballs and burgers are referred to as pre-workout snacks. I mean, maybe, but usually a "pre-workout snack" is something like Greek yogurt, muesli, and some fruit, not meatloaf. Lastly, there's no mention of low-carb or ketogenic diets. Paleo != keto, but in a post-Real Meal Revolution world, ketogenic diets - especially for athletes! - warrant mention. It's a big omission and the sky-high carb content in many of Gaudreau's meals are a reason many will be skipping them. There are some good recipes in here, but overall the book is difficult to recommend amongst a crowded (and crowding) field.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maxine Stuart

    One of my favorite cookbooks ever!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    Beautifully done. Ingredients just too complicated for every day living.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Great resource for those who want to eat nutritionally optimal food for increased training performance. And the food is delicious and simple.

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    Candace

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    Kat Horten

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    Jeff Namadan

    Lots of good recipes. Now will I get the nerve to make any of them?

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    Jenna

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