What Kind Of Food Is Needed To Improve The Performance Of Athletes?

To optimize carbohydrate availability for exercise by manipulating the GI of meals may be useful in sports nutrition. According to the sports nutrition publication of Sports Dieticians Australia, in an early study of the GI of pre-exercise meals, a low GI pre-exercise meal was shown to have less impact on blood glucose and free fatty acid concentrations during exercise than a high GI pre-exercise meal of equal carbohydrate content. For this reason above all, the low GI meal appeared to sustain carbohydrate availability and increase the endurance of athletes undertaking moderate-intensity exercise. Primera red rice which has the low GI index (46) is a good choice for a low GI wholesome meal.