Survival for the Fittest : The Australian Institute of Sport Official Cookbook for Busy Athletes
Survival for the Fittest is the official cookbook from the Australian Institute of Sport. Developed by the team of sports dietitians at the AIS, it is not only aimed at athletes, but at anyone who is interested in maintaining a healthy diet in a busy lifestyle. Recipes are accompanied by a nutritional analysis, easy cooking hints and a selection of tips from athletes themselves. Quick, delicious and foolproof, the recipes are designed to provide maximum energy and nutrition in a minimum space of time.This is more than a recipe book. It is the definitive guide to getting organised at home and cooking great meals. Survival for the Fittest is the ideal high-performance cookbook for the busiest and healthiest of people who want to achieve their personal best in the kitchen as well as their sport.
- Paperback | 128 pages
- 210.82 x 294.64 x 15.24mm | 580.6g
- 01 Dec 1999
- MURDOCH BOOKS
- Millers Point, Australia
Table of contents
The winning dietHow the fit surviveOff the beaten trackHow to use this bookSoups and saladsRicePastaSpiceBakes and grillsTreatsEating on the runTips for travellingSelf cateringReading food labelsGlossary and conversionsIndex
About Louise Burke
Louise Burke has been the Head of Sports Nutrition Department at AIS since 1990. She was a competitive triathlete in a 'past life' and has written a number of sports nutrition books.Greg Cox joined the department as a fulltime staff member in 1998 after previously holding the 1995 Berri Fellowship in Sports Nutrition.Nikki Cummings provides the Food Service expertise, and is a keen triathlete.Ben Desbrow was the 1999 Nestle Fellow in the AIS Department of Sports Nutrition.