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What to eat before a game


Eating the wrong thing before a game can be disastrous: eat too much or overly rich food and it can be swilling around your stomach, making you feel bilious and slowing you down.


Not enough, or the wrong sort, and your batteries can be running low by half time. Thankfully, nutritionist Ben Comber has some great suggestions that will maximise your peak performance.


He recommends experimenting with carb-protein-fat balances to find the perfect formula for success – altering the variables and then sticking with the one that works for you. 


Nutritional information provided by performance nutritionist Ben Coomber. For more visit or Follow Ben on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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