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An athlete’s diet should be similar to that recommended for the general public, with energy intake divided into •more than 55 per cent from carbohydrates •about 12 to 15 per cent from protein •less than 30 per cent from fat. Moderate to high GI foods...

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An athlete’s diet should be similar to that recommended for the general public, with energy intake divided into
•more than 55 per cent from carbohydrates
•about 12 to 15 per cent from protein
•less than 30 per cent from fat.

Moderate to high GI foods and fluids may be the most beneficial during exercise and in the early recovery period.

A high-carbohydrate meal three to four hours before exercise is indeed to have a positive effect on performance.

Rapid replacement of glycogen is important after the exercise.
Carbohydrate rich foods and fluids should be consumed after exercise, particularly in the first one to two hours after exercise.

Water is a great choice of fluid for athletes to help performance and prevent dehydration.

Include foods like wholegrain breads and cereals, vegetables (particularly leafy green ), fruit, lean meat and low-fat dairy products to enhance long term nutrition habits and behaviours.

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