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At a reported 6′5 and 250 lbs, Travis Kelce needs to have enough fuel in his tank to put it all out on the field. The Kansas City Chiefs star has become the talk of the town since his relationship with Taylor Swift, and we now have a look into what he eats.
The Kansas City Chief tight end hired his childhood friend, and former truck driver, Kumar Ferguson, as his personal chef. Talking to Kansas City Magazine Ferguson revealed that Kelce eats over 4,000 calories on practice and game days.
Ferguson prepares three meals a day for the 34-year-old athlete. For breakfast, which is said to be the most important meal of the day, Kelce eats oatmeal with fresh fruit.
The pasta lover ends his day with seafood Alfredo, which makes sense before a game. Carbohydrates and the protein in the seafood can be a good strategy. Carbo-loading, or glycogen loading, is a strategy athletes use to maximize their glycogen storage in muscles and liver before an endurance event.