Here are a few resources to further your understanding of Metabolic Efficiency Training

 

Metabolic Efficiency Training: Teaching the Body to Burn More Fat, second edition

 

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Athlete's Food Guide to Metabolic Efficiency (electronic book)

Learn how to connect Metabolic Efficiency Training and Nutrition Periodization principles by applying carbohydrate to protein ratios to your daily and training nutrition plans.

This e-book will provide you specific recommendations on carbohydrate to protein ratios for various types of training days along with extensive lists of foods and ratio tables to support your Metabolic Efficiency Training goals.  You will learn how to calculate these ratios and receive sample meals that portray the various carbohydrate to protein ratios so that you can better make the next step towards becoming a metabolically efficient athlete, no matter your sport, age, or ability. Take out the guesswork of which foods to choose to improve metabolic efficiency with this e-book. 49 pages. 2011.

*This is an electronic PDF download, NOT a hard copy book.  You will be emailed a link to download this e-book three times after purchasing it so be sure to save it.  If you do not receive it after your purchase, please check your junk/spam email folder.

 


Metabolic Efficiency Recipe Book (electronic book)

This electronic book supports your Metabolic Efficiency Training plan by providing over 100 recipes that will help you develop your body’s ability to burn more fat.  Four expert contributors provide their original recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.

Unlike any other recipe or cookbook, renown Sport Dietitian Bob Seebohar begins by teaching you simple methods that will help you choose and combine foods for improving your Metabolic Efficiency.  Then, it is on to the fun part of experimenting in the kitchen with over 100 mouth-watering recipes!  124 pages, 2010.

*This is an electronic PDF download, NOT a hard copy book.  You will be emailed a link to download this e-book three times after purchasing it so be sure to save it.  If you do not receive it after your purchase, please check your junk/spam email folder.

**Due to the high quality photos in this e-book, the download may require more time.  Do not put your computer to sleep when downloading and be sure to download from a fast internet connection.

 

Smoothie Recipe Book (electronic book)

This Smoothie Recipe Book contains 85 smoothie recipes and explores the use of many whole food ingredients to yield delicious and unique concoctions that can be consumed as meal replacements, snacks, or to support workout sessions. All recipes are gluten-free and are coded for nut, soy, and dairy allergies.  The recipes are supportive of Metabolic Efficiency Training™ principles and are appropriate for all ages and athletic abilities.  Carbohydrate to protein ratios and basic nutrition data are given for each recipe to help educate you on quality smoothie making for continued good health and athletic performance. 102 pages. 2013.

*This is an electronic PDF download, NOT a hard copy book.  You will be emailed a link to download this e-book three times after purchasing it so be sure to save it.  If you do not receive it after your purchase, please check your junk/spam email folder.

**Due to the high quality photos in this e-book, the download may require more time.  Do not put your computer to sleep when downloading and be sure to download from a fast internet connection.


The concept of Metabolic Efficiency Training (MET) can be applied to individuals just beginning exercise, fitness enthusiasts and the seasoned athlete. MET describes the relationship between the body’s ability to use fat and carbohydrate as energy sources across a variety of exercise intensities. Being more of a “fat burner” will allow you to improve your health, reduce risk for chronic disease, lose weight and body fat, improve athletic performance and eliminate gastrointestinal (GI) distress.

The second edition of Metabolic Efficiency Training: Teaching the Body to Burn More Fat has been enhanced to provide more nutrition and exercise prescription strategies for individuals of all ages, abilities and fitness/sport interests.

This book will provide very specific nutrition and exercise recommendations that will guide you through each training cycle with the end goal of improving your ability to use fat as fuel. Gone are the days of needing to consume a high amount of calories during training and competition. By improving your body’s Metabolic Efficiency, it is possible to significantly reduce the amount of calories you need during exercise. The end result will be improved health and performance with significantly reduced chances of GI distress. 169 pages. 2014.