What Do Swimmers Eat?

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A healthy diet for a swimmer should contain about 60% carbohydrates, 25% proteins, 15% fats and up to 3.5 litres of water a day. During competitions, it is important to eat a healthy and balanced breakfast in addition to snacks during the day.
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ducks can!
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Avoid fat; fat is ok, eat it up. Avoid carbohydrates; carbohydrates should be the major portion of your diet. Consume a high amount protein; eat balanced portions of proteins, fats,
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dudette: you are w/in a second of national cuts in fly? wow, you are one fast cookie! I bet you are already training hard enough... the sleep thing? yeah, you probably need some rest
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