“Running Doc is back with his thoughts on nutrition and healthy eating. As one who has broken bread with him many times, I can testify he knows his way around good food. I highly recommend this book, which gives readers a simple approach to fuel their athletic performance, whether they are eating at home or on the go.”
—Steve Van Camp, MD, cardiologist, past president of the American College of Sports Medicine
“Dr Maharam has been advising runners on how to stay healthy for over forty years. His latest book offers nutritional advice to fuel performance and prevent injuries. It should be on every runner’s bookshelf.”
—John E. McNerney, DPM, former team podiatrist, New Jersey Nets and New York Giants
“I have known the Running Doc for many years. He is a complete sports physician, taking care of sports injuries, health, and wellness conditioning. With this book, he talks to you in a simple, easy to understand manner so you can eat healthy and perform better.”
—Rod Dixon, four-time Olympian, Olympic medalist; two-time World Cross-Country medalist; New York City Marathon champion
"Without doubt, the Running Doc has written a gem here—with simple solutions and sound advice, the book makes it easy to be healthy and vibrant again."
—Douglas S. Kalman PhD, RD, adjunct professor, Sports Nutrition, Nova Southeastern University
“Sports nutrition is as vital a part to a runner's success as is proper training. Dr. Maharam covers all the mile markers in The Running Doc's Guide to Healthy Eating. A must-read for runners of all levels.
—Andrea Chernus, RD, CDE, CSSD, registered dietitian, certified specialist in sports dietetics
“I have known Dr. Maharam since our early days in New York City and watched as he built a thriving practice. Runners lined his waiting room because, as a primary care sports medicine doctor, he was able to help them feel better and perform better. Reading this book, you will feel as if the Running Doc is talking directly to you, guiding you to better food choices every step of the way.”
—Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, sports nutritionist to pro teams, marathoners, and performing artists
“Athletic performance is as much about your input as it is about your output. Dr. Maharam is to be commended for recognizing this with The Running Doc's Guide to Healthy Eating.”
—Alexis Colvin, MD, associate professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; team physician, U.S. Fed Cup team; chief medical officer, U.S. Open