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What should you eat before your competition? When is the best time to eat? How much should you eat? Should you be eating during the event? In addition, what can you eat between heats or matches? A lot of research has been done in this area, and it is clear that certain dietary approaches can enhance competition performance. Calculate your daily basic and extra requirements, monitor your daily intake especially your carbohydrates and then adjust your diet to meet your daily requirements.
A good balanced diet should provide you with the required nutrients but does needs to be monitored. The simplest way to monitor the 'energy balance' is to keep a regular check of your weight. Each day have three main meals and two to three snacks.
All meals should contain both carbohydrate and protein - 20 to 30 grams worth of protein with each main meal and 10 to 20 grams with each snack. The amount of carbohydrate will vary greatly, mainly depending on your workload. It may be in the region of 40 to 60 grams for main meals and 20 to 30 grams for snacks. If you are training hard and possibly doing multiple daily sessions, the recovery meal is critical.
Have 1grm of carbohydrate per kg of body weight and about 30 grams of protein. Have a drink e. Always try to eat at least five pieces of fruit per day. Skimmed milk is a great protein food and provides critical minerals, such as calcium and phosphorous. Food composition tables are widely used to assess nutrient and energy intakes, and to plan meals. The composition of food can vary widely, depending, among other factors, on the variety of plant or animal, on growing and feeding conditions and, for some foods, on freshness.
Tables are based on average values from a number of samples analysed in the laboratory and therefore only provide a rough guide. An athlete weighing 60Kg would require 1.
For a two-hour training session our 60Kg athlete would require 8. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans  recommends the following blend: The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend. For athletes and active.
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