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The Women's Book: Vol 1. A Guide to Nutrition, Fat Loss and Muscle Gain

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"At a staggering 438 pages, containing over 850 scientific references, the Women’s Book Vol 1 covers virtually every possible topic relevant to women’s nutrition, diet, fat loss or muscle gain in detail. Background physiology on fuel use, fat storage and loss, stress, menstrual cycle function and more are all examined in detail. Many of these topics are discussed within th "At a staggering 438 pages, containing over 850 scientific references, the Women’s Book Vol 1 covers virtually every possible topic relevant to women’s nutrition, diet, fat loss or muscle gain in detail. Background physiology on fuel use, fat storage and loss, stress, menstrual cycle function and more are all examined in detail. Many of these topics are discussed within the context of how women and men differ physiologically. Traditionally these differences have been ignored with women being treated as “little men”. Research done on men or training and diet approaches developed by male coaches on male athletes are frequently applied uncritically to women and this can cause problems due to women’s physiologys differing in subtle (or not so subtle ways) to men’s. While the generalities will always hold, the specific of diet and nutrition that may work for men are frequently ineffective or even damaging to women."


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"At a staggering 438 pages, containing over 850 scientific references, the Women’s Book Vol 1 covers virtually every possible topic relevant to women’s nutrition, diet, fat loss or muscle gain in detail. Background physiology on fuel use, fat storage and loss, stress, menstrual cycle function and more are all examined in detail. Many of these topics are discussed within th "At a staggering 438 pages, containing over 850 scientific references, the Women’s Book Vol 1 covers virtually every possible topic relevant to women’s nutrition, diet, fat loss or muscle gain in detail. Background physiology on fuel use, fat storage and loss, stress, menstrual cycle function and more are all examined in detail. Many of these topics are discussed within the context of how women and men differ physiologically. Traditionally these differences have been ignored with women being treated as “little men”. Research done on men or training and diet approaches developed by male coaches on male athletes are frequently applied uncritically to women and this can cause problems due to women’s physiologys differing in subtle (or not so subtle ways) to men’s. While the generalities will always hold, the specific of diet and nutrition that may work for men are frequently ineffective or even damaging to women."

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    I don’t recommend you read or buy this book. There are so many spelling mistakes, sometimes you don’t even know what the author means! Very strange / annoying

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    Kristy Leconte

    LOVE THIS book! It has changed my coaching style and view

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