Thrive: The Vegan Nutrition Guide to Optimal Performance in Sports and Life (Anglais) Broché – 23 décembre 2008
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Dave Zabriskie, professional cyclist, Tour De France stage winner, and record holder of the fastest time trial in Tour De France history
“Thrive is an eye-opening and a life-changing book. It should replace bibles in hotels.”
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Brazier clearly describes the benefits of nutrient-rich foods in their natural state versus processed foods, and how to choose nutritionally efficient, stress-busting whole foods for maximum energy and health. Featuring a 12-week meal plan, over 100 allergen-free recipes with raw food optionsincluding recipes for energy gels, sport drinks, and recovery foodsand a complementary exercise plan, The Thrive Diet is an authoritative guide to outstanding performance” (Neal D. Barnard, M.D., Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine).
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2. It's very time consuming to make the dishes. I do the recovery drink and only have a little while to get into making the protein drink. And then it's time for the next thing, and the next.
3. It's messy. Fruits and veggies, ok-you expect some rinds and juices and so forth. But all the other stuff (hemp protein, flax seed, carob powder, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, etc.) are all ground very fine to a powder or at best just slightly chunky. It easily gets all over the place. I'm not a slob. It's just messy.
4. This is just part of the deal and not really a valid "issue", but I pee A LOT. And I have gas A LOT. It's apparent why, given the foods, but just thought I'd throw that out there in case someone wants to know :D
I feel healthy. As soon as I'm done with my workout I eat about 5-7 dates and a bunch of water on my way home. I then make a recovery drink. *I NEVER FEEL SORE OR STIFF!!* I was doing the cold baths, which suck, and after reading Brendan's book I know now they also tax my body's energy by trying to stay warm and then warm up again. Making your body more alkaline quickly is way better-you eat and take care of lactic acids at the same time. I'm sticking with vegan raw. My biggest concerns with straying from the recipes is making sure I get a balanced and healthy diet to meet all protein, vitamins, minerals, carbs, fats, etc. without doing too much of one thing and not enough of another.
As a vegetarian I frequently run in to people telling me that I eat too little protein.
It's more likely that I just eat too much bread.
As I up my fitness routine and have higher performance expectations, I really see the need for better nutrition and I also see that no one really has good advice for me.
I've been told to eat Greek yogurt and egg whites... oh and soy or whey shake suplements. While I'm not a vegan, I'm not really happy with those options.
When I got the book, I wanted to jump right in to the diet plan, but I couldn't help reading all the explanation in the begining chapters. It's so interesting. And it's so refreshing to find someone who had been thoughtful abut his food choices.
I eased in to the "diet" with power bars, smoothies and salads.
I've added the "burgers" and "pizzas" with no problem. I have found all the benefits promoted. I sleep better, recover faster, make healthier cleaner food choices all around. I've started providing better food for my family and even some friends.
Even if you are not an athlete, or you are not a vegetarian, I recommend spending some time reading the book and trying out the recipies and guidelines offered.