The Ricardo Riskalla Training Diet: Longevity, Beauty, Detox, Diet, Fitness and Weight Loss: Revised Edition

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Ricardo Riskalla is an Australian celebrity trainer who has been featured in the major Australian magazines and newspapers. He has effectively trained a variety of high profile clients including famous actors, top models and Olympic level athletes. He is also the creator of the awarded application "A Million Workouts By Ricardo Riskalla Training" available for Apple iOS and Android.

He even reveals the model’s secrets for homemade face creams and to how to create your own food recipes. The book also covers the attitude needed to succeed in fitness.

In this book he reveals all his secrets about longevity, beauty, detox, diet and fitness.

"I fell and look better than I ever have". Vogue

"Ricardo Riskalla, the go-to guy for models, actors, marathon competitors and Olympic rowers. Thankfully he also trains mere mortals”. Harper's Bazaar

"Genius!" ESPN

“Forget busting a gut for hours to get great results”. Cleo Magazine

“He makes lasagne using shaved zucchini, spaghetti from shredded vegetables and spring rolls wrapped in watermelon shavings”. Sunday Telegraph

“Riskalla compares eating raw food to putting the best possible fuel you can into your body”. Sunday Telegraph

“The anti-ageing effects are one great side effect of a raw food diet. Ageing is synonymous with a reduction in metabolic and digestive enzymes and raw food replaces these enzymes”. Sunday Telegraph

“The diet can be delicious and the health benefits are sublime”. Sunday Telegraph                           
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Ricardo Riskalla Training
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Published on
Mar 6, 2018
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Pages
40
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ISBN
9780987450906
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Language
English
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Genres
Health & Fitness / Diet & Nutrition / Nutrition
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This is not your usual recipe book. This is a companion book for the book The Ricardo Riskalla Training Diet.

Ricardo added only easy-to-make recipes, not particularly fancy, but hearty and nutrient-rich dishes based on the principles of his previous book The Ricardo Riskalla Training Diet.

Most recipes are healthy treats that are good for your mind, body and soul. 

It is really important that you read his book The Ricardo Riskalla Training Diet to understand his philosophy behind it.

Ricardo Riskalla is an Australian celebrity trainer and qualified nutrition coach who has been featured in the major Australian magazines and newspapers. He has effectively trained a variety of high profile clients including famous actors, top models and Olympic level athletes. He is also the creator of the awarded application "A Million Workouts By Ricardo Riskalla Training" available for Apple iOS and Android.


"I feel and look better than I ever have". Vogue


"Ricardo Riskalla, the go-to guy for models, actors, marathon competitors and Olympic rowers. Thankfully he also trains mere mortals”. Harper's Bazaar


"Genius!" ESPN


“Forget busting a gut for hours to get great results”. Cleo Magazine


“He makes lasagne using shaved zucchini, spaghetti from shredded vegetables and spring rolls wrapped in watermelon shavings”. Sunday Telegraph


“Riskalla compares eating raw food to putting the best possible fuel you can into your body”. Sunday Telegraph


“The anti-ageing effects are one great side effect of a raw food diet. Ageing is synonymous with a reduction in metabolic and digestive enzymes and raw food replaces these enzymes”. Sunday Telegraph


“The diet can be delicious and the health benefits are sublime”. Sunday Telegraph

 

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