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The Bodybuilder's Nutrition Book Paperback – September 22, 1985
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Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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An Update (6 months after my original review above): OK, I stopped following his advice (high value protein) so religiously, and I gained back 12 pounds. That's how effective this book is. Cause and effect. Follow the book, lose weight and gain strength. Don't follow the advice, gain weight and lose strength.
The problem is the book title does not reveal much about what this book is really about. If you know that this book is less about how to cook up bodybuilding meals and more about Vitamins (most of the book) and has 7 or 8 pages on common things you can cook up, then you will less disappointed, many even getting exactly what you are looking. In fact I haven't seen anything quite like this in the field in bodybuilding literature.
The Bodybuilders Nutrition Book is basically about selling you the idea that you should take your vitamins. While that might considered a bit of an oversell to publish a whole book on it, the fact is important in order to get all the other things Bodybuilders do and supplement with to work right. The point though is elaborated on by breaking down each vitamin into what it can do for you and how much to take. This is about the science of vitamins and nutrition and how it applies to bodybuilding. It is not a beginner's book but anyone interested in learning more about the breakdown of foods and the role vitamins play will find this book quite authoritative although a bit dated.
Combine this book with The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding by Arnold Schwarzenegger (the Bible of lifting) and you are on your way to an epic olympic physique.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Definate buy for anyone remotely serious about fitness or bodybuildingPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Reads more like a text book (at ties) than what I was looking for , but still good info when exploring different options for dietary issues. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bob
Dr. Columbu's book "THE" Bodybuilder's Nutrition Book is an outstanding resource about FOOD, not supplements. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hans Conser
Good book especially from franco columbo.good bbasic information everybody should know.Published 11 months ago by Kenny Keene
Fast Shipper, Item as stated, Good Communications, I would purchase again!!!Published 12 months ago by Jeff Silva