The amount of food Olympic athletes eat in one day can fill an entire table, never mind a plate. This inspired British photographer Micheal Bodiam and designer Sarah Parker to portray Olympic food in a creative and unexpected way.
Together, they created a series of humorous pictures with tiny food. Each image depicts all the food Olympians eat in one day on just one plate. So you'll see plates with 15 to 25 servings of mini food, including chocolate milk, fruit and lots of carbs.
Micheal and Sarah based their 2,000 calorie creations on the diet recommended by Olympic nutrionist Dan Benardot. Do you think the food Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps eats would fit on a plate?
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