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    big4nuthin is offline Associate Member
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    Best books to read on dieting and nutrition

    Looking for some good reads on the subject of dieting and nutrition. Any suggestions from some of you diet gurus?

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    I've tried looking for such a thing and all I can find are fad diets. I swear, one of the best places for info is right here on this board. Just learn how to use the search function.

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    try medical texts... if you cant afford to spit 100+ on a book go to B&n and spend a day there..

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    Check out this website, I've read a few books from it. Although most of the concepts are above my head now, it is a good chance to learn.

    www.freebooks4doctors.com

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    Personal Nutrition by Marie A. Boyle has tons and tons of helpful things in it. . its a textbook but its still great trust me. . .everytime SC uses a big nutrition word i always go there to find out what it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer
    Check out this website, I've read a few books from it. Although most of the concepts are above my head now, it is a good chance to learn.

    www.freebooks4doctors.com

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    Nice link dude. I'm going to be spending the next week looking $hit up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer
    Check out this website, I've read a few books from it. Although most of the concepts are above my head now, it is a good chance to learn.

    www.freebooks4doctors.com

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    That just made my summer. Thank you

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    arnolds book is pretty good, but theres hardly any info about cutting. its mostly bulking and lifting techniques, plus a shat load of pics.

    TrIBOL

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    Yeah! I've made a contribution

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