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Good Health Tips From Olympians

Good Health Tips From Olympians

 

The Athletes in the Olympics are obvioulsy fit and healthy....so what kind of diet tips do they follow?

Its all stuff we have heard before...but always good to hear again!

#1.)  Don't Eat Anything That Comes in a Package.  -  according to former Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin, who has five Olympic medals.

#2.)  Eat 30 Minutes After You Work Out.  That's what swimmer Eric Shanteau does.   

#3.)  Eat Every Three Hours.  Kerri Walsh won gold medals in beach volleyball at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics.  She says that when she eats every three hours, she can focus better, she feels stronger, and she has more endurance.

#4.)  The More Colorful Your Food Is, The Better.  That's according to Walsh's teammate, Misty May-Treanor.  She says she eats as many fruits and vegetables as she can.

#5.)  Grow Your Own Produce.  Swimmer Natalie Coughlin . . . who has 11 Olympic medals . . .  

#6.)  Before You Start Taking Supplements, Fix Your Diet.  That's according to Bryan Clay . . . a decathlete and a two-time medalist.

 

(EatingWell)




 

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