Athletes don't need to eat a different diet from non-athletes, vegan dietitian Susan Levin of the Physicians Committee on Responsible Medicine says, they just need to eat a lot more than other people to give ...
You might assume that the world's most finely tuned athletes would be eating something healthy - egg white omelets, kale salads - as they strive to reach the pinnacle of their sporting lives. And you ...
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The spurt of interest in giving up meat is due to various reasons, from the food safety concerns to the global Coranvirus pandemic. This trend is being seen in even sportspersons and athletes.
Russian athlete Valeria Vasnetsova recently alleged that the food being served to the Covid-affected athletes at the Games is 'inedible' and 'impossible' to eat.
From the benefits of exercise on bones to the importance of getting enough dairy to prevent bone problems, having healthy bones is crucial for staying active and fit.
Fish oil which contains Omega-3 fatty acids helps to boost brain functions and acts as an anti-inflammatory within the body -- helping athletes and soldiers manage intense training better, finds a study.
The study has said that consuming potato puree during prolonged periods of exercise may help boost athletic performance.
It has been deemed to be an ergogenic (energy generating) aid in endurance sports but the health related to caffeine use have been controversial.
What most people think of as burnout - complete physical and emotional exhaustion - is really just the last and worst phase of burnout, says Keith Kaufman, a sports psychologist who teaches at Catholic University.