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The world that we live in today is not the one that was there 10 years ago and is entirely different from what was present 50 years ago. The world is developing and life is getting easier, every task or chore that we do manually is getting automated for our pleasure and relaxation. Thus we are steadily moving to a sedentary lifestyle where our body doesn't move much. The side effects of such a lifestyle is being seen in this increasingly obese world. Thus the only way out of this vicious cycle is regular exercise and a balanced diet. The both should be complementary and not exclusive as right diet complements exercise and thus promotes a healthy functional body. A healthy body houses a healthy mind. A balanced diet is essential for everybody. But with regards to athletes and sports persons their daily calorie intake is much higher than that of a non exercising counterpart. Thus a balanced diet for an exercising person has a slight difference in composition.
A Balanced Diet:
They probably play one of the most important roles in maintaining a healthy athletic body. The quantity, type and time of protein intake all play a crucial role with regards to muscle growth, repair and replacement.
How much natural protein is needed for a human per day is represented by the term Recommended Dietary Allowance(RDA). The RDA tries to give a rough estimate of how much protein is required in grams per person per kilogram per day. This value varies for non-exercising people, endurance athletes and power athletes. Thus we can conclude that the amount of protein required cannot be generalized completely and depends on the nature of work the body muscles are doing.
The required ratio of carbohydrates:fat:protein is usually 60%:25%:15%. Thus a high protein diet does not necessarily mean its less in carbohydrates.
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