The late Nathan Pritikin, M.D. advocated a diet very high in carbohydrates and with his son Robert Pritikin, created The Pritikin Program for Diet and Exercise. A diet that included 30 minutes a day of exercise. A diet based on unprocessed foods like fruits, vegetables, and legumes (beans ) whole grains (brown rice), starchy vegetables (potatoes), lean meat, and seafood. The goal of this approach is to lower dietary fat…
  The Athlete‚Äôs Diet is a pattern of good nutrition and regular exercise.  Together they make a powerful team to prevent disease. Colorful foods and healthy oils (omega-3s and olive) best fuel and support exercise. These foods repress pain and inflammation. Exercise can produce arthritis so the diet should be as anti-arthritic as possible. . Serious athletes and weekend warriors will benefit from good food because colorful food will help…
High-Carbohydrate diets contain a preponderance of plant-based foods. Some are extreme in that they ban fat.   Heart protective diets are advised to people with a family history of heart disease. The diet is based on consuming extremely low fat and very high carbohydrates foods. While the precise definition of low and high is open to argument, the theory behind this dietary formula is simple. It is based on the…