The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance

The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance

A Revolutionary Program to Extend Your Physical and Mental Performance Envelope.

Our recent book 'The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living' was written for health care professionals, championing the benefits of carbohydrate restriction to manage insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and type-2 diabetes.

In response, our athlete friends asked "What about us?"

This companion book is our answer, and it could be titled: 'The Art and Science of Avoiding the BONK'. But actually, it is much much more than that. The keto-adapted athlete benefits from superior fuel flow not only when nearing glycogen depletion, but also during training, recovery, and in response to resistance exercise as well.

"On a well designed ketogenic diet as recommended by Jeff and Steve, I consume up to 4200 Calories per day while maintaining 6-7% body fat. This transformation has increased my power to mass ratio and allows a high level of performance in a range of activities. Equally if not more important is the efficiency with which I operate in every facet of my life. My energy level in the keto-adapted state is constant and nver undulates." Tony Ricci, MS, CSCS, LDN, CISSN, CNS. High Performance Coach/Sports Nutritionist

Title:The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance
Edition Language:English
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    The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance Reviews

  • Polina

    This book as answered a lot of the questions I had left after exploring other books and Internet and practicing low carb for the past few months. If I was to recommend just one book as an intro to som...

  • Bar Franek

    An excellent book if you lift weights or do sports but are worried about the effects of a ketogenic diet on your performance. Keto is something I tried earlier this year with good results, and I'm try...

  • Jeff Nicholas

    might just throw this one in the trash rather than put it back on my shelf...

  • Tamahome

    Short book with some interesting science tidbits. I would never do this diet though (I understand ketones promote fungal infections). I went a little crazy with kindle app highlights."[Chart, Fat Brea...

  • Sonya

    It works! I feel great! What else is there to say?I bought this book after watching Jimmy Moore's success. I've been low carb/paleo for years but not seeing the weight loss as much as I wanted despite...

  • Huynh Phan

    Good ReadProvides good scientific information on the affects of ketogenic diet on athletes performance. A good read and introduction to ketogenic diet....

  • Nicolas

    The more I read and learn, the more I lean toward trying a low carb diet. Since cycling and general fitness/activity is important to my life, the insights from this book on the performance effects wer...

  • Chelsea Hibbard

    Good, quick read on the subject of low carb living. Unlike other resources on the benefits of a low carb lifestyle (which inevitably revolve around weight loss and/or treating Type II diabetes), this ...

  • John

    I missed my window of opportunity to write a good review of this book: at this point, it's been months since I read it, so I can't give any detailed review. What I can say is this:I had an initial sen...

  • Rolls Eyes

    As a proponent of a Nutritional Ketosis way of eating -- although I've not necessarily managed to stay in NK for long periods. I've got to say that the two books by Volek and Phinney are pretty much w...