Advice for Athletes -- Eat Real Food
April 25, 2009
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Some nutritionists are arguing that sports drinks and power bars are not the best way to build body strength and agility, instead saying that you should listen to your body and eat real food.
Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky and Dr. Stuart Phillips are both in their 40’s and very active endurance athletes, but neither is in favor of ingesting special processed combinations of protein and carbohydrates. Neither doctor regularly consumes energy drinks or energy bars, preferring to drink water and eat regular foods.
The wisest advice for athletes may be to pay attention to what feels best to you, which foods aid your workouts, and at what times.
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