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Amazing. It's almost as if the body tells you what you need to eat.
Daily macronutrient intake of Kenyan runners Not surprisingly, a majority of the calories in the Kenyan diet came from carbohydrates. In the ten runners studied, 76.5 percent of daily calories were consumed as carbohydrates. Given their body statistics, this meant each runner was consuming about 10.4 grams of carbohydrate per kilogram of body weight.
Moreover, given how they spread out their eating times and training sessions, each athlete was consuming about 600 grams of carbohydrate per day, with almost 120 grams of carbohydrate at every meal. Protein intake amounted to 10.1 percent of calorie intake. That equals roughly 1.3 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. About 13.4 percent of daily calories came from fat How does a Kenyan diet compare to recommendations for endurance athletes Despite not knowing much about the science of sports nutrition, the diet of these Kenyan runners was surprisingly close to that recommended by sports nutritionist