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Feed Zone Portables On Go

Feed Zone Portables On Go

The book starts with an introductory section on nutrition and digestion. I'm not too much of a scientific person, so I didn't mean to, but all of a sudden found myself reading it thinking: "That's how it should have been tought us back then at school". - So even before I went on to take a look into the recipees themselves, I was already convinced that "Feed Zone Portables" certainly is worth its money:

I experienced it myself, but it's so much better to know why sometimes your body does not accept what you eat or drink while exercising/racing.

To me, the book - as much as its predecessor "The Feed Zone Cookbook" - is a valuable source of easy-to-make food for every occasion, and not only for sports enthusiasts like myself. It gives a lot of useful tips and information even for those who don't usually prepare meals for themselves. Also, you learn a lot on nutrition, organising, storage and so on in general along the way.

As much as "The Feed Zone Cookbook" has helped me a lot in enriching my diet and facilitating it at the same time, will the "Feed Zone Portables" add to that, I'm sure!

Big recommendation!

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