Sip on 8-16 oz fluids between matches.
Eat small snacks rather than large meals.
These should be high in carbohydrate, moderate in protein, and low in fat and fiber.

AVOID high fat foods (>5 grams fat/serving) such as nachos, burritos, pizza, hamburgers, as well as high fiber foods (>5 grams of fiber/serving) such as a large salad, raw vegetables, beans, and high fiber muffins, breads, cereals.
  • Bagels, bread or English muffin with honey/jam
  • Fresh fruit- bananas, grapes, oranges, berries, watermelon
  • Low-fat chocolate pudding cups
  • Cereal – Cheerios, Rice Krispies
  • Low-fat yogurt cups or drinkable yogurt
  • Granola bars
  • Sports bars
  • Sports drinks
  • Pedialyte- pair with carbohydrate rich foods
  • Low-fat trail mix
  • Chocolate milk
  • Turkey sandwich
  • Peanut butter and jelly sandwich
  • Pretzels
  • Graham crackers, animal crackers
  • Fig Newtons
  • Performance chews

Do not forget your post tournament meal!
Super important to feed your body the proper foods to rebuild and reenergize!

Meghan Melena
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