In the field of sports, there are many rules for how food should be eaten. In sports, nutritious foods play an important role in keeping athletes fully active. Notice if you do not understand. Athlete’s bodies are always under a lot of pressure and dehydration, so they need to eat more protein and hydrating foods.
Diet is also essential to stay fit and healthy. More attention needs to be paid to diet before participating in large-scale competitions in particular. It is important to know how much proteins, carbohydrates, and fats should be in the diet. So diet always needs more focus.
All the diet plans we are going to look at now are all about not just being ahead of the game, but always being on a diet.
Protein is a very important nutrient. It is the most important substance for the human body’s muscle development. Protein is an essential element for gym-goers and athletes. 1g of protein=4kal.
Protein helps to increase the body’s metabolism. Helps to keep the human body’s immune system strong. Let’s see what foods are high in protein?.
- Greek Yogurt
Carbohydrate is a macro-nutrient. Carbohydrate is important nutrition for the human body. Carbohydrate plays an important role in keeping our body functioning well. But people with diabetes can have many problems if they consume too many carbohydrate-rich foods. So you need to include carbohydrates in your diet in moderation. Let’s see what foods are high in carbohydrates?.
- Sweet potatoes
- White potatoes
- Leafy greens
- Whole grain bread
- Brown Rice
Fat is one of the most important nutrients in the body. It helps to give energy to the body. But if the body is high in fat many problems can occur. So the right amount of fat should be in the body. We need to include 10% fat in our daily diet. Sometimes, when we are hungry, then that healthy fat will energize our body. Let’s see what foods are high in healthy Fats?.
- Olive oil
Let’s look at how to always be physically healthy and what the appropriate diets are.
protein 1g = 4 kcal
fat 1g = 9 kcal
carbs 1g = 4 kcal
Normal People = 2400 kcal – 2700 kcal/per day
Sports people = 2200 kcal – 3000 kcal/per day (depends on the person).
FOR ONE DAY
2400 kcal = Carbohydrates(222g) + Protein(127g) + Fat(104g) + Fiber(40g).
Eat the right amount of food and stay healthy.