milk before a game = bad

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joshb8807
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never eat milk and cereal, a dairy-queen moolatte, or any other dairy product before your game.

i did, it made me dizzy and hot, then I threw up everything in my stomach,

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I heard coffee was good..
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Yeah i think coffee is good cause it has caffeine which give u energy for the game.
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milk has a lot of fat, which for some reason is thrown up easier than most things. that could be the reason
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If you are playing the whole match coffee is not good at all. It sucks up all you're energy in the beginning and you feel drained at the end of the game.

If you come in as a sub late in the game, it might not be too bad, maybe even help you somewhat.

As for milk, i would definetly not suggest it before a game or training. i dont see how it it would help you at all, just make you feel wieghed down.

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never ever drink milk before a game or training you will feel heavy and yes you can throw up easy.

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I had milk cookies and ice cream before a game once this week. It's just really bad gassssssssssssss and painful, cuz its hard to let out.

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Milk doesn't really bother me; I wouldn't drink coffee though, the caffeine is bad for you cardio and your stomach. Plus it alters ur brain functions.

If I had to reccomend something to eat and drink before a game I would reccomend eating citrus fruits and lots of water. That should be all you do to prep for a game.

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well everyone probably has their own opinion on what should and should not be consumed before a game/training session. but the truth is you just need something with plenty of energy (carbohydrates) such as pasta or something like that so that your body will have the extra energy to replace what you burn during a game. also its recommended that you eat/drink these things about an hour before your game/training to prevent stitches etc. and allow the food time to digest somewhat. also you should continue to consume some sugary lollies such as jelly babies etc. leading up to the start of a game/training to further build up your energy levels and to keep you going through the game or training session

thats just my digested opinion from my experiance and what i have read about the subject

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i agree with ausskills, just wanted to add something. right before the game, you may want to eat something with a lot of sugars. they're burned very quickly, but they provide a good short energy spell to get your first 5-10 minutes started off right. the carbs should be eaten about 2-3 hours before the game. they burn slower, and thus last longer. maybe that was redundant, but in case anyone was interested i was just trying to clarify some things.
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