More and more of us are vegetarians, or are turning to meat-free meals. For people who take sport and fitness seriously this book is packed with easy healthy vegetarian recipes to fuel workouts and aid recovery.
Anita Bean is a bestselling author and nutritionist, known for Complete Guide to Sports Nutrition, Food for Fitness and Sports Supplements, among other Bloomsbury titles. A former natural bodybuilder and a lifelong vegetarian, Anita is a respected health and nutrition journalist and author.
Best-selling author and nutritionist Anita Bean has created a
fresh-faced, informative guide for athletes who look to replace
meat with equivalent nutritious foods...Well-designed with enticing
images, this is a must for any athlete's bookshelf, whether you eat
meat or not * Running Magazine *
the go-to book, packed with 100 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes * Athletics Weekly *
The overriding concern for many who are interested in adopting a meat-free diet is that they will not get the right nutrients to build muscle or perform well, and don't know exactly what they should be eating in place of meat and other animal products. This is the go-to book for such advice. * Athletics Weekly *
The Vegetarian Athlete's Cookbook shows why vegetarianism could actually boost your health, sports performance and longevity. * Outdoor Fitness *
The Vegetarian Athlete's Cookbook demonstrates how to achieve maximum strength and muscle-building potential without relying on meat... contains more than 100 vegetarian and vegan recipes, from shakes to puddings, each of which comes with a full nutritional analysis * The Scotsman Magazine *
Worried a veggie diet won't support your training regime? Anita Bean's latest book The Vegetarian Athlete's Cookbook will convince you otherwise * Women's Running *
For years, vegetarian athletes were the exception rather than the norm, but not anymore, says Anita Bean * Athletics Weekly *
A vegetarian bodybuilder might have seemed like an oxymoron before athletes such as Anita Bean... After a brief myth busting, Bean gives more than 100 vegetarian and vegan ideas from walnut burgers and black bean tacos to simple hummus and "recovery shakes" * Toronto Star Touch *
Anita Bean explains how to fuel high-level exercise with plant-based foods. Whether you're a long-term veggie or just want to eat less meat, the dishes look stunningly good (think falafels, dhals, burgers) - no clean-eating nonsense and not a chia seed in sight! * Cycling Weekly *
You don't have to be an athlete to benefit from these filling meals, created by sports nutritionist Anita Bean for active people who want to eat less meat * Healthy Food Guide *