Run Fast. Eat Slow.: Nourishing Recipes for Athletes

Run Fast. Eat Slow.: Nourishing Recipes for Athletes

From world-class marathoner and 4-time Olympian Shalane Flanagan and chef Elyse Kopecky comes a whole foods, flavor-forward cookbook that proves food can be indulgent and nourishing at the same time. Finally here's a cookbook for runners that shows fat is essential for flavor and performance and that counting calories, obsessing over protein, and restrictive dieting does m From world-class marathoner and 4-time Olympian Shalane Flanagan and chef Elyse Kopecky comes a whole foods, flavor-forwa...

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Title:Run Fast. Eat Slow.: Nourishing Recipes for Athletes
Author:Shalane Flanagan
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Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Run Fast. Eat Slow.: Nourishing Recipes for Athletes Reviews

  • Michelle
    Dec 31, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

  • Thebestdogmom
    Nov 21, 2016

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

  • Bethany
    Nov 08, 2016

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

  • Windy Kahler
    Jan 26, 2018

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

    Soup recipes were a big hit in our household, especially the broccoli chèvre. ...

    Worth purchasing, in my opinion. Recipes look yummy and also nutritional. ...

    Great variety of healthy recipes. Tons of vegetarian and vegan options! ...

    Nothing groundbreaking, but it was a decent read with some good recipes. ...

  • Yvette (hooked on the nook)
    Aug 14, 2016

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

  • Nick Klagge
    Aug 11, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

  • Michelle
    Jun 23, 2016

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

  • Devon
    Jul 18, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

    Soup recipes were a big hit in our household, especially the broccoli chèvre. ...

    Worth purchasing, in my opinion. Recipes look yummy and also nutritional. ...

  • Erin Sagester
    Feb 06, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

  • Heidi Gonzalez
    Jan 06, 2018

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

  • Sara
    Aug 07, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

    Soup recipes were a big hit in our household, especially the broccoli chèvre. ...

    Worth purchasing, in my opinion. Recipes look yummy and also nutritional. ...

    Great variety of healthy recipes. Tons of vegetarian and vegan options! ...

    Nothing groundbreaking, but it was a decent read with some good recipes. ...

    Loved the book, made most of the recipes, written well, and delicious. ...

    Loved this cookbook. Made the breakfast bowls and breakfast burritos. Make the superhero muffins weekly. Worth looking into if you're a runner or into healthy recipes. ...

  • Karen
    Jan 26, 2018

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

    Soup recipes were a big hit in our household, especially the broccoli chèvre. ...

    Worth purchasing, in my opinion. Recipes look yummy and also nutritional. ...

    Great variety of healthy recipes. Tons of vegetarian and vegan options! ...

  • Kim Johnson
    Jan 04, 2018

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

  • Becky Fuller
    Sep 19, 2016

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

  • Gwen
    Oct 31, 2016

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

  • Bree
    Dec 20, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

  • Marathon County Public Library MCPL
    Mar 27, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

  • Christie
    Dec 30, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

  • Matilda
    Jan 06, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

  • Lori Palmer (Palmer's Page Turners)
    Oct 02, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

  • Amy
    Nov 13, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

    Soup recipes were a big hit in our household, especially the broccoli chèvre. ...

  • Bonnie Berkowitz
    Jan 22, 2018

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

  • Elisabeth Cunningham
    Mar 11, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

  • Sarah Stead
    Jan 29, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

  • Ietrio
    Oct 08, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

  • Jackie
    Jul 30, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

  • Brenda Sherman
    Jul 24, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

    Soup recipes were a big hit in our household, especially the broccoli chèvre. ...

    Worth purchasing, in my opinion. Recipes look yummy and also nutritional. ...

    Great variety of healthy recipes. Tons of vegetarian and vegan options! ...

    Nothing groundbreaking, but it was a decent read with some good recipes. ...

    Loved the book, made most of the recipes, written well, and delicious. ...

  • Rasmus Rottwitt
    Jul 12, 2017

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

  • Victoria Robinson
    Feb 07, 2018

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

  • Katrice
    Jan 11, 2018

    This book is difficult to rate. Although it's a cookbook, I did read the content from front to back. If I were to break down my rating, I'd say 4 stars for the recipes, 2 stars for additional content, and 1 star for the writing style. As a person on a restrictive diet due to health...

    Are you an athlete looking for recipes that will fuel your workouts, help you recover, and work to nourish and support your body? This cookbook is a wonderful collection of healthy recipes and tips from a collaboration between an Olympic athlete and a chef, who both know the importance...

    I didn't know anything about this book before getting it from the library, except that a friend recommended it to me. Based on the title, I expected it to be about half advice on running, half advice on food. It's all food. That's not really a criticism of the book, because I probably ...

    Excellent new recipe book geared toward clean eating for athletes, especially runners. I love the addition of the herbal remedies for various ailments, such as inflammation, upset stomach, common cold, etc. I am a firm believer that organic cures are the best for the human body. I find...

    a cool book for athletes focusing on the runner. while there are no chapters on how to run faster it's under the concept that if you fuel yourself correctly then the speed will come naturally (or with a lot of hard work in training) haven't tested any of the recipes yet but to do li...

    Lovely cookbook with what appear to be excellent recipes. If I attempted to do these recipes myself in addition to caring for my two small children I would ironically no longer have any time to actually run. Definitely something to aspire to though! ...

    Great tips and interesting recipes. Unfortunately I?m allergic to several key ingredients (soy, nuts, avocados) so I can only make a few recipes. ...

    Nothing really groundbreaking, but I appreciated the authors' emphasis on "food as fuel" and that eating well can help with your training and some running-related ailments. (Caveat: I'm not a serious runner like the authors, so their needs are not necessarily my needs...) While non...

    I won this in a Goodreads Giveaway from Rodale Publishing. Because this was an advance copy, it didn't feature full-color photographs that will be in the final copy. For me, color photos are crucial, so the final product will benefit people like me - those who need vivid photos to e...

    Great recipes. Unc grads! ...

    Lots of good recipes. I will try a few. I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't buy it. It was kind of pricey for a cookbook. ...

    This book inspires me to incorporate more healthy fats into my diet - for my skin and hair and for the nourishment that females need to remain well balanced nutritionally. I loved seeing the pictures of Elyse and Shalane and their friendship. It?s more than just a cookbook - this is ...

    Fresh Recipes for Endurance and Healing Let me start by saying I hate cooking. Hate wouldn?t even be a strong enough word to be honest. However, wanting to run farther and faster, I?ve begrudgingly come to accept that I will have to do this in order to accomplish my goals. I ...

    A book about nutrition from people who try real hard to show you they are well qualified to be "beloved family members". The book is chock full of useful and relevant information beyond the fact that the two have achieved that special level of getting married. Relevant information like...

    Elise checked this book out of the library after a runner friend of ours made and shared with us two recipes from it--a salad, and the sweet potato cookies--both of which were great! We haven't ourselves made any recipes from it yet (besides a very good salad dressing), but the philoso...

    I made a deal with myself toward the end of the year to eat healthier. I started seeking out cookbooks that are healthy and anti-inflammation. This book has a lot of really good information on nutrition. I have made many recipes from this book and all of them have been really good and ...

    This book has some recipes that I?m really excited to try. I love that they give recipe ideas to combat certain ailments (hello achey muscles!). While Elyse and Shalane are huge supporters of buying organic, minimally processed foods (and I think that?s great and love the idea of i...

    I just happened to pick up this book when I saw it at my library. I had zero expectations, I've been disappointed by healthy cookbooks before, but this book was quite the contrary. Every recipe I made was delicious, and none have refined sugar which was great since I just omitted that ...

    I'm a terrible cook, but I tried five recipes from this the first weekend I had the book and they all came out great! This is unprecedented for me. Some of the recipes are not my style ? we are not a spelt/teff household, for instance ? but enough are just healthful ways to prepare...

    Have liked everything I've tried, wish there were time estimates on the recipes and pictures for everything. Also found it a little weird that there wasn't more of an attempt to provide meal plan or prepping ideas since it was billed on being relatively fast and easy if Shalane could d...

    Good book with simple recipes for runners. Helps me make healthy food choices, by promoting the deliciousness over simple stuff, such as nutritional information or using complicated ingredients. Buy it! ...

    I absolutely LOVE this cookbook! Healthy, flavorful and delicious recipes that fuel your body for your workouts. I've tried several of the recipes in the book so far and loved them all! Hubby loved the bacon wrapped stuffed chicken! ...

    Notes: *based on Traditional Foods science so it's up my alley but felt very carb-heavy *not sure marathon runners are qualified to write a cookbook *couldn't stand the writing using the pronoun "we" as the authors are both speaking equally throughout the book ...

    Soup recipes were a big hit in our household, especially the broccoli chèvre. ...

    Worth purchasing, in my opinion. Recipes look yummy and also nutritional. ...

    Great variety of healthy recipes. Tons of vegetarian and vegan options! ...

    Nothing groundbreaking, but it was a decent read with some good recipes. ...

    Loved the book, made most of the recipes, written well, and delicious. ...

    Loved this cookbook. Made the breakfast bowls and breakfast burritos. Make the superhero muffins weekly. Worth looking into if you're a runner or into healthy recipes. ...

    Have tried a number of the recipes from this book and look forward to making more. The Superhero Muffins are always on hand for me! ...