Are you a sports professional or are you a gym-goer? Either way, if you exercise, you should know that there are a few dietary tricks to consider. We tell you about them here.
Diet and sports
If you are a sports professional, you probably follow a specific diet designed to improve your fitness and performance. But even if you’re just a gym-goer, it’s important to know what foods are really important in your diet.
These foods will help you to have the right energy, avoid muscle fatigue and provide your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs.
Our tips for those who practice sports
- How often should you eat?
Always have 3 main meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner – and supplement with 2 snacks to keep your metabolism going.
- No pasta?
Carbohydrates are not evil, they are actually the basis of our diet.
Choose rice or pasta, combined with fibre, then vegetables and fruit: obviously pay attention to portions!
- Protein, but not just meat
Protein is important in an athlete’s diet, but it doesn’t just come from meat: fish, eggs and legumes are also foods rich in these essential components.
And superfoods can provide a range of equally necessary nutrients.
- Fruit Fruit
Fruit is one of the most important sources of vitamins: whether fresh, squeezed, juiced or smoothies, you should include it in your daily meals.
Obviously, we can only advise you not to take supplements made in laboratories, which are often harmful to your health, but to choose natural products.
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The conclusion you will have come to is that it is important to have a varied, complete and, of course, natural diet.