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Most of us tend to think that athletes are mostly healthy and fit, but  NutonenReview the reality is that there are a few popular athletes die of modern diseases such and heart disorder and brain tumor at relatively young age. Although we tend to think that they are too young to have diseases such as diabetes, but the fact is that most of them do not really know that they are having hidden symptoms of hyperglycemia (high blood glucose level), not until something goes wrong.

When athletes are in the training camp, their diet is strictly regulated by the nutritionist or coaches. The standard meals of athlete are fixed and boring. They are not allowed to eat something other than the well calculated diet fixed by the nutritionist. The problem with athlete diet is that, they are designed and thought to be good for the sport, but is that good for long term healthcare.

For example, some sport nutritionist like to suggest the athletes to consume more protein based diet with the reason that protein is good for muscle building or cell repair. Some athlete will misinterpret the message and think that eating like a carnivore will make them run like a tiger or leopard and some even thought that green vegetables or fruits are for losers because carnivores always run faster than the herbivores. This misconception cultivates a very imbalance diet habit among some athletes, some even to the extent of only eating meaty foods.

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