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Every product you see on the supermarket shelf seems to be telling you it doesn’t have instead of highlighting the benefits of what it contains. We have had “FAT FREE”, “LOW FAT” & “REDUCED FAT” belting into us for years, however, the truth is that not all fat is created equally and if you want to optimise your performance, then you should probably rethink how you look at certain fats. In addition to Real Food Sports Nutrition, here is a list of four fat sources that are good for your body: Avocados: An excellent choice to add to your diet,...

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There are various diet regimens that offer advice on how to best optimise your performance. Real food sports nutrition requires the regular intake of a good bio available protein if you want to build muscle tone. Present in skin, bone, tissues, protein is built up of amino acids that the body breaks down and restructures into muscle fibres. When training and performing rigorous exercises, your body requires a good source of protein to increase recovery. Protein sourced from your normal diet is obviously ideal but not always convenient: Depending on the workout and person hypoallergenic protein shake after exercising will provide...

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For any good athletes’ performance and training program, proper nutrition is an important and integral component. If you are an adult athlete, a proper balance between energy demands and energy intake is critical to optimise your performance. However, if you are a young athlete, the demand for training are still there and yet is not a primary focus for demands related to maintenance of proper maturation and growth. A large number of young athletes have understood the importance of specialised workouts apart from special nutrients. Specialists have been mentioning that physical training is just a component of delivering good performance....

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If you are an active person and into athletics but lack adequate vitamin B in your body, it may not be possible to optimise your performance. The same is applicable for elite competitors and all college athletes who may show poor performance while they are into high-intensity physical activities and do not have sufficient ability to build and repair muscle as compared to diets rich in nutrients. Constituents of vitamin B are B-12, B-6, folate, riboflavin and thiamin. Such micronutrients are absolutely essential when the body performs the process of converting sugars and proteins into energy. They are then used...

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