I'm amazed at these responses! Listen up NS
You literally are what you eat... Food=energy
The most important rule of life is:
EVERYTHING IN MODERATION INCLUDING MODERATION
It's unreasonable and unrealistic to try and eat only healthy, natural food all day ery day.
Start by looking up the food pyramid, if your confused copy "food pyramid" and paste in google search bar. It's a general baseline to follow.
When your planning your meals think about your level of activity (caloric demands), budget and any special dietary needs (allergies and stuff)
Skiing involves long periods of exposure to cold weather (high caloric demand), use of lower muscle groups (legs and core), requires focus and concentration.
Basically you want to include as many food groups (whole grains, dairy, fruits and veggies, protein) as you can at each meal. Avoid processed foods
protein important for muscle growth and recovery after hard exercise
whole grains provide long lasting energy
fruits and veggies provide essential vitamins and minerals
multivitamins are highly recommened
DRINK LOTS OF WATER around 64 oz a day
AVOID EXCESS SUGAR AND CAFFEINE. notice the excess part
You know what you like so look for foods you like that fall under the basic guides lines of the food pyramid.