Matthew Kadey is a James Beard Award-winning food journalist and a registered dietitian. He is a recipe developer and nutrition writer for top health/fitness magazines and has written for "Bicycling, Canadian Cycling, Canadian Running, Competitor, Delicious Living, Eating Well, Experience Life, Men's Health, Men's Journal, Prevention, Runner's World, Shape, Trail Runner, Triathlete, WebMD, Women's Health, Women's Running, " and "Yoga Journal." Kadey won the James Beard Award in 2013 for Food Journalism. He holds a masters degree in sports nutrition and is the author of "Muffin Tin Chef" and "The No-Cook, No-Bake Cookbook." He lives in Ontario, Canada.
Competitor Magazine Gift Pick"Perfect for the active foodie, this book provides more than 80 real-food, simple fuel recipes for before, during, and after a workout." - Competitor magazine"Registered dietitian Matthew Kadey shares unique real-food recipes." -- Triathlete magazine"Rocket Fuel caters to athletes and active people seeking healthy, natural alternatives to the energy bar aisle." -- Gear Junkie"You barely have time to work out, let alone make a post-workout snack. But that doesn't mean you have to settle for another boring packet of almonds, or a super-processed, super-sugary energy bar. Whip up any of these six easy-to-make, portable, post-exercise snacks from the new cookbook, Rocket Fuel: Power-Packed Food for Sports and Adventure, by registered dietitian Matt Kadey, and you'll have delicious, take-anywhere eats. Bonus: all 6 snacks help your body keep muscle and burn fat." -- Prevention"Fuel up before, during, and after your run with homemade eats." -- Women's Running"More than 80 simple and quick homemade fuel recipes for the everyday athlete." -- Competitor"As any serious athlete can attest to, what you eat before, during and after your intense workouts can have a profound effect on your performance in the gym and after your workout...Recipes from Kadey's book are easy to make, taste delicious, and will help you fuel up to reach your goals." -- Oxygen magazine"Mostly, it's research that inspired Matthew Kadey's recipes...The registered dietitian also finds inspiration at the local market...Apart from the recipes, Rocket Fuel has great advice on fueling, including the timing of your pre-ride food, the number of carbs you should take in during the ride, and the mix of carbs and protein you should have after. Rocket Fuel is a great reference for any athlete." -- Canadian Cycling"Don't settle for junk calories to squash those hunger pangs...Take your pre-workout snack up a gastronomic notch and reap the benefits of long-last energy." -- Muscle & Performance"You might be really, really tired of energy bars. If so, take a look at Matthew Kadey's new book Rocket Fuel. In it, he shows how easily you can make snacks, smoothies, and energy bars yourself. The benefits are huge: You can tailor your power food to include ingredients you like." -- Vegetarian Times"Rocket Fuel provides a bounty of functional and downright tasty ideas for DIY pre, during, and post-workout nibbles that will help runners and other athletes of all stripes rise above the competition." -- Canadian Running"Check out Rocket Fuel for easy, delicious, sensible recipes." -- IDEA Fitness Journal"Rocket Fuel is a must-read book filled with information and recipes that will keep you going through all your athletic exploits. It isn't just a cookbook. Rocket Fuel offers a series of guidelines that demystifies the world of sports nutrition and helps you come up with a plan to keep yourself energized before, during, and after your workouts. Kadey does a great job of reminding us that fueling doesn't need to be complicated, and that real foods can work just as well as packaged sports nutrition products." -- Triathlon Magazine Canada"Quick ideas for before, during, and after the run. What differentiates this book from other similar cookbooks is in its creativity. Kadey isn't interested in status-quo snacking. Some of the James Beard Award-winning writer's recipes sound delicious. Where Rocket Fuel is at its strongest is in the classic recipes Kadey offers up with a subtle twist." -- Canadian Running