You should aim to eat a healthy, balanced diet whatever your activity level, as this will provide you with all the nutrients you need.
If you need specialist nutrition advice.
The shows you how much you should eat from each food group to get the balance right.
1. Food for energy
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In general, the more you exercise, the more carbohydrate you need to include in your daily meals and around exercise.
A demanding exercise regime will use up your stored energy from carbohydrate quickly, so include some carbohydrate in most of your meals.
A diet low in carbohydrate can lead to a lack of energy during exercise, loss of concentration, and delayed recovery.
If you wish to adopt a lower carbohydrate diet for your sport, you should seek specialist advice.