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You are what you eat. Fueling the body to perform on the field and in the classroom just got easier. Learning about the effect diet and eating habits has on performance and mindset, starts here!
1. Pick healthy options when dining out
Pick lean proteins, high quality carbohydrates, and steamed or roasted vegetables
Avoid foods that are fried or covered in a cream sauce, since these are high in fat and excess calories
2. Eat a healthy, balanced breakfast
For example eggs, whole wheat toast, and berries will provide a great source of carbohydrates, fiber, lean protein, healthy fats, and antioxidants
1. Drinking water instead of sugary drinks
Fruit infused water + seltzer water are other options if you get bored with plain water all of the time!
2. Choose whole grains
Opt for whole grain breads, rice, pasta, cereal, and oatmeal
1. Adding fruits and vegetables into your diet
Choose a variety of fruits & veggies at each meal!
Different colors contain different nutrients … so eat the rainbow!
2. Get in the habit of food prepping
Having healthy snacks when you are on the go is key. Avoid the concession stand foods that are often high in calories + unhealthy fats especially in between or before games!