Anabolic Cooking Review
Thousands of people fail to reach their fitness goals because they quickly give up on the meal plans. This is usually because the food they are required to consume does not fill them and is quite tasteless.
Anabolic Cooking claims to do the opposite, promising delicious meals, which are simple to prepare, and are still great for fat loss and muscle building. Anabolic Cooking was created by Dave Ruel, a professional bodybuilder, nutritionist and muscle building coach. The program is targeted towards athletes, bodybuilders and other fitness oriented people who find it difficult to establish a proper eating plan. Click here to check for any promotional offers related to this product.
How Much Does It Cost?
Anabolic Cooking costs $47. It is a single payment backed by a 60 day money back guarantee.
What Do You Get?
The Anabolic Cooking Cookbook:
• Over 200 recipes.
• Food preparation tips.
• Great nutrition advice.
• Learn how to cook.
• Dave Ruel’s nutrition secrets and strategies.
• Money saving tips.
• Tips for eating out.
The cookbook includes meals for:
• Chicken and Poultry
• Red Meat and Pork
• Fish and Seafood
• Salads, Soups and Sides
• Snack and Bars
• The Complete Nutrition & Cooking Quickstart Guide
• Anabolic Cooking Meal Plans
• Optimum Maximizer Advanced Calorie Calculator
• Anabolic Cooking Training And Food Log
• The Ugly Truth About Supplements
• Unlimited Updates For Life
At checkout, Dave Ruel offers a limited special: Joining The Muscle Cook Cooking Club for 30 days, for free. This onetime offer includes:
1. Access To Dave’s The MuscleCook’s Cooking Club, which comes with new cookbooks and other perks.
2. Anabolicious Post Workout Shakes
3. Exclusive New Recipes
Please note that this if free only for 30 days. After which, the recurring monthly cost is $14.95. You can cancel whenever you wish.
What Are People Saying About It?
Most fitness meal plans consist of bland foods, totally forgetting that people love great tasting foods. So it will only be a matter of time before these bland meals are ditched resulting in a failed meal plan and by extension a failed fitness plan. Anabolic Cooking claims to target this problem head on.
Most reviewers agreed that the cookbook includes nutritious but delicious meals. Recipes include turkey spinach omelette, sweet pepper chicken stir fry, roasted peppercorn tenderloin, grilled blueberry salmon steaks, mandarin tuna salad, high protein blueberry cookies, and the bodybuilder’s chocolate cake. Reviewers’ taste buds were never denied.
Fast food sells because it’s convenient. No one wants to spend hours cooking up a meal. This is why Anabolic Cooking was well received. Reviewers noted the meals were easy to prepare and they didn’t spend hours in the kitchen. Recipes averaged a total preparation time of 10 to 15 minutes.
Ruel simplified and explained every recipe. So even the amateur cooks found the recipes were easy to follow and easy to cook up. In the Quickstart Guide, he goes even further to explain the concept of anabolic cooking and how and why different nutrition components are important.
Some reviewers noted that the cookbook was too general, in terms of not being flexible. There was no method included to alter the recipes based on weight or even desired weight loss. In fitness, one size does not fit all.
Another suggestion was that Ruel should have included a master recipe list, which showed calories and nutritional values. Thus, making it easier to create and customise a meal plan.
However, there are nutritional facts at the bottom of each recipe stating the calories, carbohydrates, fats and protein content per serving. It may take a little time, effort and some calculations, but you can still figure out the how to scale the ingredients to suit your needs and also create a customised meal plan.
Some reviewers would have preferred a paper book format. An electronic device is not the most practical for cooking in the kitchen where spills are most likely to happen, especially for the inexperienced cook. Sure, the recipes are printable but that’s a lot of ink and paper.
Ruel has posted videos online of him making some recipes. Reviewers found this form of visual very helpful. The only complaint was that he needed to add more videos.
For people with specific nutrition requirements and food allergies, the cookbook offers no alternatives. So this can be a limitation.
Is It A Scam?
Dave Ruel believes that good nutrition is the key to fat loss and muscle building but that does not mean boring and tasteless meals. His Anabolic Cooking Cookbook has been well received by the bodybuilding community, and many well known bodybuilders have endorsed this cookbook.
Obviously, the cookbook is meant to work together with a physical fitness plan and moderation is required, which can be hard as reviewers confirmed that the meals do taste good.
Anabolic Cooking is a great way to eat healthy and delicious meals, which do not hinder your fitness plans but aid in muscle building and fat shredding.
Where To Buy And Download
In order to qualify for an potential promotional offer, along with the money-back guarantee, you must purchase ‘Anabolic Cooking’ from its official website.
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