What The Fat? Sports Performance: Leaner, Fitter, Faster on Low-Carb Healthy Fat

Rated 4.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

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Take advantage of an unfair advantage.

Retraining your body and brain and turning on your fat burning almost seems like an unfair advantage when it’s applied to the sporting environment.

For decades, the brightest minds in the athletic performance nutrition field have had carbs pegged as the ultimate good guy. You have been told that the best way to fuel the active body is through carbohydrates, by consuming extra carbs, before, during, and after exercise. As a result, many of us have been enslaved by an outdated mantra which has pushed us to eat carb-laden food to fuel our performance. This approach robs the human body of the flexibility it craves to switch between different energy systems and ways of producing fuel.

As we have already outlined in our first book What The Fat? consuming a high-carb diet is likely to lead to inflammation and poor health in the long run. For fit people, this is a tragedy. The people who value their health and well-being highly. The people who have done EXACTLY what they have been told have often ended up sick, tired and injured because of a high-carb, low-fat diet.

In this practical guide we present compelling evidence, inspiring real-life stories from very successful athletes, and simple ways to eat Low-Carb, Healthy-Fat. We need you to step outside the square and reset. We will ask you to forget everything you were taught by your old-school sports performance nutritionist and learn how to become the ultimate fat burning athletic machine.

Let the games begin and food give you a competitive edge.

N.B. At present this product is being shipped from New Zealand and this is factored into the price for UK orders. We are working on shipping this from the UK at which point the price will drop accordingly.


 

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6 reviews for What The Fat? Sports Performance: Leaner, Fitter, Faster on Low-Carb Healthy Fat

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Burnett (verified owner)

    We are both on the new lifestyle and hooked
    3 feeds a day sometimes 2 with energy to spare .
    Still great food and fun cooking .Cycling has never been better .
    Great book well explained ,the testimonials’ really do tell the full story.

    Dave

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ryan J Kümm

    Hi Caryn
    Is this book available in SA yet?
    Regards
    Ryan

    • What The Fat?

      What The Fat?

      Hi Ryan,,Caryn says No unfortunately, we’re still working on an agreement with the first book and SA, but there is an ebook version on Amazon (which you can get to through this website under “buy the ebooks”) and people have ordered it from NZ,

      George

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mark

    After I read the WTF (non sports) book, I lost 5kg by accident, some of this was muscle mass (and some was doughnut), and this was because I didn’t understand the application of carbs during intense exercise. I probably depleted my glycogen and lost a little muscle. Since reading this sports performance book it’s cleared up all the confusion I had and adds a nice extra layer on top of the WTF book. Since reading and applying this information I find my mountain biking endurance greatly increased, and I’m gaining lean muscle again, and have a much better understanding of how carbs and fat are consumed during sports.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Janna

    I’m so grateful that someone recommended this book to me. Before reading it I couldn’t see how low carb could possibly work with endurance sport. It makes so much sense and I know understand why I’ve struggled using traditional methods (calorie counting etc). I am excited to embrace LCHF and see what benefits it brings me in line with training. The case studies and sample recipes are so helpful; I went out and got the WTF book and this has given me a lot more ideas for food shopping. Thank you!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rosie

    *Amazing book, I’m soooo inspired now!! I’m a burnt out mountain biker & triathlete after years of eating the typical coach prescribed high carb so called ‘athletes’ diet!! The stress on my body and inflammation /pain and sickness has near killed me and I had to give up training at the start of this year 🙁
    Seriously this book is gospel and my heart is singing for joy!! Haha I’ve not read the other first book yet (buying today) but have been loosely following the LCHF guidelines over the 1.5 weeks and feel amazing already, I’m always feeling full and no longer feel strapped to the sweet cravings and continual carb top ups & have lost 2kg!
    I’m soo excited to put this into practice and return to a full abundance of energy athlete!! Give me a few years & Watch out NZ ironman!! I’ll be back Lol 😉

  6. Rated 4 out of 5

    Midge

    Tip top stuff. I’ll expect more now.

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