Nutrient requirement & Analytical Studies

A diet should be optimal in both quality and quantity of food, in order to replenish the energy reserves and avoid fatigue or inadequate nutrition. A good diet will help the body perform at its best. Carbohydrates are the best fuel source to provide power for the working muscles. Eating enough carbohydrate before, during and after exercise helps to maintain energy levels, delay fatigue during exercise and support a more rapid recovery. With carbohydrate or "carbs" as the main fuel source, you can maintain your activity for a longer period. Carbohydrate foods should make up more than half your total energy intake. If you are involved in heavy daily exercise, your carbohydrate needs will be even higher and you should make sure you eat enough carbohydrate to meet your increased daily requirements.

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