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collin
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ok guys so i really need to start getting my diet under control i feel like i am working out for nothing by the way that i eat. The main problem is my mom is always buying this junk food, and i need to give her a list/ideas of things i specifically want so if you guys could give me a list of snacks, breakfast foods, lunch foods, sandwiches it would be great. I don't need dinner foods but snack foods are huge for me. What else can i be snacking on besides fruit and vegtables, what do you guys eat? seriously just list anything that i can be eating that won't take a tole on my fitness like it has in the past. Thanks guys!

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Aside from fresh fruits and veggies, I snack on dried fruit, natural cheese, nuts. Before I snack, I usually ask myself if I'm actually hungry or thirsty.

Drink a lot of water.
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Before a match or football practice, drink a warm water that is added with a spoon of honey. The benefits of honey is that it removes dirty substances in the body and also its sugar gives the player a slight boost before a match or training. Thus it re-energises the player.

Honey is normally available at supermarkets. I suggest to give it a try :D
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heiky0711 wrote:Before a match or football practice, drink a warm water that is added with a spoon of honey. The benefits of honey is that it removes dirty substances in the body and also its sugar gives the player a slight boost before a match or training. Thus it re-energises the player.

Honey is normally available at supermarkets. I suggest to give it a try :D
I definitely agree with you here, man. I would drink water with some honey before a workout or football match and it gave me a nice boost of energy
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