AGGIE SWIM CLUB
behind what to eat is never-ending, partly because miracle
foods are constantly surfacing while other foods fall from
grace. When it comes to the growing swimmer, what to eat is
important for growth and development, and also for athletic
performance. Many children and teens in today’s world are
missing out on calcium, vitamin D, fiber and potassium.
Teens and athletes in general may be at greater risk of
nutrient deficiencies if they skip breakfast, snack on
nutrient-poor foods and use diets to control their weight.
here are 10 foods that will keep your nutrient intake high
and your risk for deficiency low:
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