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Cooking foods at lower temperature for a shorter period of time and minimizing the amount of water will maximize nutrient content of your food. There is no perfect cooking method that keeps all the nutrients but as long as athletes are eating a nutritious, well-rounded diet, you don’t have to sweat it, you’ll get what you need.