because supplements aren't healty for diet.
I just took the test m8
The correct answer is option B
If an athlete is taking a healthy diet then it contains an optimum amount of carbohydrate, fats and proteins and they do not require supplement from food.
A supplement is given to the person when or she is not eating the food that should be taken. In this case the body require additional food supplements to compensate the diet.
When a person or athlete is taking a healthy diet then it does not require supplement.
Supplements are only needed when you have a special defficiencies on your intake of nutrients on as consequence of an organic disorder.
Healthy athletes who are on a balanced diet are already having all the vital nutrients, needed from their diet.
Athletes with intense activity do need vitamins, carbohydrates and fats which are on the regular diet: fruits, vegetables, carbohydrates and fats. Eating healthy provide you the nutrients your organism needs to obtain energy and create the muscles to perform well as athlete.
pretend they are in there underwear and you wont look at them.
answer; i believe the correct answer is (d) are very restrictive in the choice of care.