With Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook, you’ll learn how to…
- navigate your way healthful through grocery stores, restaurants etc.
- eat well on a day-to-day basis
- eat well before games or tournaments.
- decipher current food, diet, and supplement options.
- overcome food and weight obsessions.
- lose undesired body fat while maintaining energy for exercise.
Mainly for men: strategies for how to gain weight healthfully, protein recommendations, recovery ideas, quick and easy recipes
Mainly for women: how to lose weight and have energy to exercise; how to tame the cookie monster; the health dangers of amenorrhea and how to reverse the problem; how to help your friend who struggles with food, weight & disordered eating; menopause and midlife weight gain
Because we are all getting older every day: eating plans that invest in good health and high energy; how to fuel well so you’ll enjoy exercise for the rest of your life; how to recover faster from workouts; American Heart Association’s new Dietary Guidelines.
For educators who want to use Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook as their textbook: please scroll down to the end to find information on how to get a free Instructors’ Guide plus access to an image bank that contains many of the tables and charts from this new 5th edition.
Here’s some of the new information in the Fifth Edition:
Alcohol: the harm-reduction approach to alcohol problems
Chocolate milk and recovery
Coffee drinkers: do they live longer than coffee abstainers?
Dental health and sports drinks, colas
Diets that include chocolate cake for breakfast
Egg allowance in a heart-healthy diet
Female Athlete Triad
Fiber: is it the same as “whole grain”?
Fish oil supplements: are they what they are cracked up to be?
Fitness vs. fatness: health risks
Gastric bypass athletes
Gluten-free carbo-loading sample menu
Green tea and fat loss
HDL cholesterol’s role in heart disease
High protein breakfast for weight management
Irritable bowel syndrome and exercise
Juices with powerful health benefits (not acai!)
Master’s Athletes – food tips
Menopause and weight gain
Milk fat not associated with heart disease
Power athletes—best diets for
Pregnant women gain same amount of weight, regardless of exercise
Protein timing and distribution throughout the day
Team sports and nutrition
Train low, compete high
Salad add-ins: nuts and seeds
Saturated fat intake: Tasty ways to reduce
SCOFF Questionnaire to help detect disordered eating
Sedentary Athlete Syndrome and difficulty with fat loss
Portable snacks for traveling athletes
Sleep deprivation and weight
Statins and muscle problems in active people
Swishing fluids for perceived energy boost
Ultra-distance athletes: fueling plans
Websites to track food
What to eat one-hour pre-exercise
What to eat three or four hours pre-exercise
Whole grain stamp
Weight gain: why do some skinny people have trouble gaining weight?
Weight gain—low-cost calories
Winter athletes and nutrition
How Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook is Organized
Part I Everyday Eating for Active People
Chapter 1 Building a High-Energy Eating Plan
Chapter 2 Eating to Stay Healthy for the Long Run
Chapter 3 Breakfast: The Key to a Successful Sports Diet
Chapter 4 Lunch and Dinner: At Home, on the Run, and on the Road
Chapter 5 Snacking for Health and Sustained Energy
Chapter 6 Carbohydrate: Simplifying a Complex Topic
Chapter 7 Protein to Build and Repair Muscles
Chapter 8 Replacing Sweat Losses to Maintain Performance
Part II The Science of Eating for Exercise
Chapter 9 Fueling Before Exercise
Chapter 10 Fueling During and After Exercise
Chapter 11 Supplements, Performance Enhancers, and Engineered Sports Foods
Chapter 12 Nutrition for Active Women
Chapter 13 Sport-Specific Nutrition
Part III Balancing Weight and Activity
Chapter 14 Assessing Your Body: Fat, Fit, or Fine?
Chapter 15 Gaining Weight the Healthy Way
Chapter 16 Losing Weight Without Starving
Chapter 17 Dieting Gone Awry: Eating Disorders and Food Obsessions
Part IV Winning Recipes for Peak Performance
Chapter 18 Breads and Breakfasts
Chapter 19 Pasta, Rice, and Potatoes
Chapter 20 Vegetables and Salads
Chapter 21 Chicken and Turkey
Chapter 22 Fish and Seafood
Chapter 23 Beef and Pork
Chapter 24 Beans and Tofu
Chapter 25 Beverages and Smoothies
Chapter 26 Snacks and Desserts
NEW: Instructors Guide with Supplementary Instructional Materials
These materials are FREE to teachers who use Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook for a text. You will need to order the books through Human Kinetics
The instructor guide provides lecture-related resources that can be easily applied to a typical 16-week semester framework, including:
1. An introduction explaining how to use the instructor guide components.
2. Chapter objectives.
3. Chapter summaries.
4. Lecture aids: Ideas for lecture and/or presentation topics.
5. Questions: Each chapter will have 8-10 test questions that consist of a balance of multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blank, or short answer/essay questions. These questions are meant to highlight key concepts from the chapters in order to test the students’ knowledge on such concepts.
You will be given access to an Image bank that Includes most of the figures, tables, and photos from the text, sorted by chapter. You can use them to develop a customized presentation based on your specific course requirements.
Here’s what readers say about Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook:
|“Thank you for your informative book. I have followed your advice to the Tee and since have set personal records in every distance I have run. I recommend your book to everyone I know.”|
|“Ever since I purchased your Sports Nutrition Guidebook,my family’s meals have been great! My husband and three children have made so many of the recipes their favorites, and I love them too!”
“I just want to thank you for writing your Sports Nutrition Guidebook. It offers such a wonderfully straight forward (and sensible) approach to eating. I’ve bought several copies to give to some of my clients and I plan on buying several more. In a world filled with incredible misinformation, it’s great to have your book as a valuable resource. Thank you!”
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