Biblical Nutrition

Rich Tucker's Biblical Nutrition

Rich Tucker’s Biblical Nutrition – 3rd Edition (2003)
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Rich Tucker shows you how to eat well on a shoestring, increase your strength, and bulk up.

A lot has changed in the 26 years since the first edition of Biblical Nutrition was published. The 2000 edition has all new type-face along with corrections to the typographical errors in the first edition. Some of the material was updated for obvious reasons. A table of contents was added. Some sidebars were added at the end of some chapters.–Dianne Miller, 2000

Since the second edition of Biblical Nutrition was published, Mike Brown and I came across some new information that required some additions and corrections to this book. The information involved kelp, spirulina, and other types of seaweed that can be found in health food stores. These foods appear to be detrimental to good health. See page 43 for an explanation.–Dianne Miller, 2003

The Table of Contents are:
Introduction
Diet (click on link for excerpt)
Don’t eat unless you are hungry
Always eat with enjoyment
Don’t stuff yourself
Fasting
Foodstuffs
Nuts
Fruits
Olives and olive oil
Grains and Cereals
Legumes
Vegetables
Honey
Milk
Yogurt
Eggs
Fish
Water
Milk and Red Meat
Supplements
Note from Mike Brown: The Truth About Kelp (click on link for excerpt)
Training
Sergio Oliva
“Rep Day”
“Heavy Day”
Levitical Diet
Appendix
Recipe for cheap weight gaining dish (Mix navy beans with half-and-half. Cook. Melt cheese on top.)
Letter from Ken Knapp [3rd place winner Teenage Mr. America]
The Most Result Producing Machine in the History of Exercise
Grass
The Dandelion and Horseradish