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5 Foods To Avoid Before A Soccer Match

Food is a decisive factor, when it comes to the performance of a sports activity. Even if you strictly follow a diet plan, the food that you eat just before and after your performance can affect your physical as well as your mental health. Eating the right quantity of food is another thing to consider, because you would not want to upset your stomach or keep it empty. To feel energetic and have complete focus on the game, you should know what to eat and what not to eat. We are here to help you with information on the foods to avoid for a sports performance.

 

Foods Not To Eat For Sports

  • Sugary Foods: Sugary foods such as cakes, pastries, pudding, ice creams, sweets, biscuits etc should be avoided before the performance of the sports activity, because they can cause your blood sugar level to drop, which may in turn lead to fatigue.
  • Caffeine: The effect of caffeine varies from person to person. Some people may feel like having more energy to perform the sports activity, while others may get nervous and find it hard to concentrate, after the consumption of drinks containing caffeine. Moreover, the intake of beverages such as tea and coffee can cause dehydration. Side effects such as nausea and headache are also associated with the consumption of drinks containing caffeine.
  • Fried Food: Since fried food is loaded with oil, it takes a long time to digest the fats present in it. You will feel drowsy and won’t be able to concentrate on the activity, because fried food makes the stomach feel very heavy. Hence, the consumption of fried food should be avoided before the performance of sports.
  • Fatty Food: Avoid fatty food such as meat (especially red meat) and the meat products such as sausages, burgers and pate. Food stuff such as mayonnaise, creamy sauces and salad cream should also be avoided, because they contain fat. Avoid drinking full cream milk before performing the sports.
  • Fizzy Drinks: Apart from being sugary, fizzy drinks can lead to gastric problems, when consumed before or after indulging yourself in any kind of sports activity. Therefore, it should is a strict no-no for the sports persons.

 

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