Author Topic: Touring Nutrition  (Read 4808 times)

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Offline DwarvenChef

Re: Touring Nutrition
« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2010, 04:36:11 pm »
I got that book and still reading it. Lots of general nutrition value there, also allot smaller than my Nutrition textbook from school :) There is some good info directed at cycling (go figure) though and that is why I bought it. Now to get my daughter on the same track to eating a bit healthier ugh...


There is a distinct difference between satisfying your body's needs for nutrients and your mind's desires for, erm, something to eat. Everything changes when your body gets into a mode where you are placing huge demands on it.

There are two excellent books from ACA's store but I can only find one listed:
http://www.adventurecycling.org/store/index.cfm/product/315_29/the-cyclists-food-guide.cfm

Any of the dozens of backpacking recipe books will provide you with solid and satisfying suggestions. 

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