Posted by Amey Doyle on March 10, 2014

The Nutrition Edge for Hockey Performance is an easy to follow guide to advanced sports nutrition for hockey players. Sports Dietitian and long time hockey player, Pearle Nerenberg teamed up with hockey super mom, Margot Lacoste to create the most useful guide ever written for hockey players.  The future of hockey performance is in sports nutrition, and this guide holds all the answers to your questions.

Pearle is a registered dietitian with an expertise in sports nutrition in Montreal, Quebec. She operates a sports nutrition private practice called Nutrition Athletica and is chair of The Hockey Nutrition Network. She works with hockey players (youth and professional) and hockey teams. She has worked with the NHL franchises, players in the Quebec Junior Major League, players in the NCAA, players in the CIS, and National Team calibre players. She brings her extensive knowledge of the game of hockey to this great resource as a former NCAA hockey player for Cornell University and current hockey coach for hockey players aged 6 to 18.

Who is The Nutrition Edge for Hockey Performance written for?

The Nutrition Edge for Hockey Performance is written for all hockey players who are aspiring to take their game to the next level. The question and answer format of the book makes it really easy to get a quick answer to every nutrition question.  The language is easy enough for young hockey players to understand, but make no mistake, the guidelines in the book are the same guidelines Pearle gives to her Olympians and NHL clients. Parents will also really benefit from our book. At the back of the book, we have menu plans and recipes that are family friendly. We have teamed up with S.O.S. Cuisine to offer custom meal plans to busy families. S.O.S. Cuisine is an online meal planning website that gives you recipes and grocery lists.  Finally, this book is really a must-read for coaches. We answer questions that coaches often get from their players. We tackle important topics like what should young players be doing to gain weight, the value of sportsdrinks, how to stay energetic during tournaments and many more.

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