Rich Tucker's Biblical Nutrition  -  2000 Edition

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Preface

In December 1973, Rich Tucker visited me in Berea and I was so impressed with his knowledge of nutrition that I asked him to write this book. Two months later he completed this book and partial bench pressed (2" lockout) 1,000 pounds. Interviews with 300-pounders originally scheduled for this book were simply leftovers from an older course. In a nutshell, professional wrestlers took Metrecal or Similac with their meals to gain weight years ago but it's an expensive method. Send us a photo when you reach 300 pounds. Mike Brown, 1974

Publisher’s Note

A lot has changed in the 26 years since the first edition of Biblical Nutrition was published in 1974.  Some corrections were made to the first edition, which had some typographical errors and a few sentences here and there were too outdated to include in this edition.  The addresses included in the first edition were also updated for obvious reasons. A table of contents was added as were some sidebars placed in boxes at the end of some chapters. Dianne Miller, 2000


Table of Contents

Introduction

Diet

    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.

Training

    Sergio Oliva
    “Rep Day”
    “Heavy Day”

Levitical Diet

Appendix

    Recipe for cheap weight gaining dish
    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


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