Weird things that sports stars eat

Laffit Pincay Jr. Jockey – Oil pills and protein wafers

An article in the LA Times revealed how the Panamanian jockey, considered one of the best of all time, kept to a strict diet of 600–750 calories per day. Breakfast would be an appetising bowl of dry cereal with substitute sugar and protein powder, and the rest of the day he would subsist on oil pills and protein wafers, diet pop and water – before a dinner of one piece of chicken/fish with rice or beans.