Healthy Food Choices for Athletes
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The Athlete’s Food Pyramid. TIER 1: HIGH-QUALITY WHOLE FOODS. The base is your foundation.
No top-end fueling technique is effective without a solid base made up of a healthy TIER 2: MICRONUTRIENTS. TIER 3: NUTRIENT TIMING. TIER 4: SPORT FUEL. TIER 5: SUPPLEMENTS. as the Basic Food Pyramid.
This Basic Food Pyramid has been expanded to cover the energy and nutrient needs for daily exercise typical-lly performed by athletes and active individuals. The Food Pyramid for Athletes is aimed at healthy adults exercising on most days of the week for at least one hour or more per day at moderate intensity, totaling at least 5 hours of exercise per week. Athlete Food Pyramid Everyone is familiar with the old school food guide pyramid.
Through recent years, the pyramid has been reworked for better or worse in a variety of ways to better showcase and educate on the general nutrition needs of the population. I’m a fan of visual tools. Understanding the Food Pyramid for Athletes A well-balanced diet is essential to healthy living.
For athletes, it is especially important because their performance relies on energy received from food’s nutrients. To get proper nutrients, the USDA recommends eating portions of fruits, vegetables, grains, protein, and dairy at each meal. It’s based on the basic Swiss food pyramid, but includes more energy and nutrients to cover the demands of heavy exercise. This pyramid applies to any athlete who exercises for 5 or more hours per week at moderate intensity. “Moderate intensity” in this case means running at 5 mph, swimming at 1.6 mph or biking at 2 watts/kg of body weight.
The New Food Pyramid for Female Athletes Without establishing a strong dietary base, all the other details will have minimal impact on helping female athletes achieve high performing goals. Eating according to the Pyramid With your personalized on-line food plan, you can learn how much to eat of each type of food. The guidelines for an 1,800 calorie food plan (a minimal amount for most athletes) are: Fruit: 1.5 cups of fruit and/or juice per day. For details on this, I refer to you an article by Louise Burke, sports dietitian extraordinaire, titled A Food Pyramid for Swiss Athletes in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and. The Athlete’s Food Pyramid | Cory Holly Institute.
The Food Pyramid for Nutrition Guidance: The Changes. Figuring out the food groups has actually become a little easier in recent years. “The look of the food pyramid.
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