The author, Mariana Correa, is a former professional athlete and certified sports nutritionist that competed successfully all over the world. She shares years of experience as both an athlete and a coach, bringing a priceless perspective.
If you're looking to improve your time, to finish an ironman race, and to become a super athlete, you can do it!
This book goes beyond the subject of triathlon. It inspires you to push yourself and dare to dream beyond your abilities. Every aspect to succeed is explained, including hydration, nutrition, and much more, with a clear and easy way to understand.
Do not wait longer to discover YOUR KEY to a new and better life.
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As stated earlier in this chapter, everything that is easy to grow and store, isn’t necessarily beneficial to our health. In the Paleolithic era, the means of survival consisted of hunting and gathering which lead to a healthy and balanced lifestyle full of essential micronutrients, amino acids, and healthy fats from animals and wild plants, in addition to exercise from daily movement. The transition into the Neolithic era paved the way for nomads to begin settling into one place as they learned how to farm and cultivate plants and animal life. This led to an increase in the population and thus civilizations were born. Due to such close knit growing communities, these early agriculture adopters were more susceptible to diseases and the spread of epidemics.
Now, lets fast-forward into an era that most if not all of us can relate to on some level. Here we will begin to connect the dots between the massive decline in health and subsequently the incline in disease, obesity, and the deprivation of our natural energy; both environmentally, socially, and individually.
Already translated. Translated by Sandra dos Santos