Preface Part I The Principles Chapter 1 The Nutrient Timing Advantage Chapter 2 The Science Made Simple Part II The Nutrients Chapter 3 Carbohydrate as the Primary Fuel Chapter 4 The Protein Profile Chapter 5 Smart Fat in the Diet Chapter 6 Essential Vitamins and Minerals Chapter 7 The Role of Fluids Chapter 8 The Supplement Factor Part III Fueling Strategies, Plans, and Menus Chapter 9 Timing Guidelines for Athletes Chapter 10 Strength and Power Chapter 11 Endurance Chapter 12 Stop and Go Appendixes Index About the Authors
Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, is the president of Nutrition Conditioning, Inc., a nutrition consulting practice. She has master's degrees in exercise science and human nutrition. She is also a New York State certified nutritionist, a fellow with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and a certified ACSM health fitness instructor. Skolnik is the sports nutrition consultant to the New York Giants, the Juilliard School, and the School of American Ballet. She is a senior nutritionist at the Women's Sports Medicine Center at Hospital for Special Surgery and part of the New York Road Runners sports nutrition team. Previously, Skolnik spent 15 years working with the New York Mets. She has also worked with professional athletes in football, baseball, basketball, cycling, and soccer; Olympic-level athletes; marathoners; and collegiate wrestlers. As an expert resource for national media, Skolnik has been referenced in newspapers and national magazines such as Men's Health, Stack, Self, Glamour, GQ, andReal Simple. She appears frequently on TV and has been seen on CNN American Morning and Headline News, theToday Show, Good Morning America, theEarly Show, Primetime, 20/20, Extra, andtheFood Network. Andrea Chernus, MS, RD, CDE, is a registered dietitian and New York State certified dietitian and nutritionist. She holds a master's degree in nutrition and exercise physiology from Columbia University inNew York. She maintains a full-time private practice on the upper west side in New York City, where she sees many athletes and performers. Chernus consults with runners in the New York Road Runners Club and the New York City Marathon and is part of the New York Road Runners sports nutrition team. As part of Nutrition Conditioning, Inc., she also consults to the Juilliard School. Previously, she was the clinical nutritionist for Columbia University Health and Related Services. Chernus' articles have been published in Training & Conditioning, Stack, Dance Spirit, Bottom Line, and Pointe.She has been quoted in Outdoors, Shape, Self, YM, Women's Day, andBicycling. She has also appeared on local and national TV.
"Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance offers the latest research on nutrient timing and explains how to create a personal nutrition plan for success. It is a valuable source of information for serious athletes."Jerry Palmieri -- Strength and Conditioning Coach for the New York Giants "Adequate nutrition is vital for performing at the highest level. Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance explains how to manipulate food intake to maximize results."Lewis Maharam, MD"As an athlete, you always want an edge over the competition. Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance explains how to gain that advantage by consuming the right foods, at the right time, for maximum performance."Osi Umenyiora -- Defensive End, New York Giants