In The Outdoor Athlete, they offer ten nutritional guidelines for outdoor athletes. In other words, try to eat foods that grow, such as carrots or beans, or foods that move, such as fish or chicken. Consuming a drink combining high-GI carbohydrate with protein in a 2-to-1 ratio (two-thirds carbohydrate, one-third protein) both during and after training can replenish glycogen, decrease protein breakdown, and increase protein synthesis.
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