This is just a tiny stub of the huge variety of recipes included in Anabolic Cooking, there are also more chapters on Soups, Salads and Desserts.
Given the wide range of possible end users, Anabolic Cooking contains two distinct parts on muscle building and fat loss respectively. The first is called Lean Muscle Mass Plans and is geared towards being in a positive anabolic state for muscle building.
General guidelines advocate for a high calorie consumption with an emphasis on building lean muscle, with indications on how many calories and what recipes to stick to.
Conversely, the Optimal Fat Loss Meal Plans is focused on a low calorie intake, or rather a calorie deficit, but with clear indications as to what nutrients consume so as to get rid of fat gradually and naturally without loss of lean muscle.
The book tells you exactly the specifics, calories and foods, including fats. You need fats too when burning your own fat storage.
There is also a Quick Start Diet to get you started faster without going through the main course. It is a broken down version of the main manual with all information necessary for a good start.
Another chapter is dedicated to specifically to muscle building. It is called The Ultimate Muscle Meal Guide with information on the right parts of macro nutrients you must put into your meals for optimal muscle growth, relatively to your body type, of course.
There is also a chapter on supplements. We have a kind of aversion to supplements as we believe you can get excellent results without anyway. However, Dave Ruel makes a clear distinction between which ones are worth your money and which ones are a waste of it.
Finally, there is a Nutritional And Training Log to help you keep on track.