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The Diet for Combat Conditioning new as well as established Fighters

Waterpolo (0)

9/22/2018 2:55 AM

Skip processed white rice completely......
You can have wild rice.
Skip pwhite asta products & substitute
whole grain pasta
Soups are some of the healthiest meals but ALWAYS CHECK THE SALT CONTENT.
When recovering from smoking eat licorice....it helps your lungs heal

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Waterpolo (0)

9/22/2018 2:49 AM

The 2 most difficult foods to digest for humans are:
Celery
& Chocolate....dark chocolate is the best nutrition choice if you eat any chocolate.
Always have your salads at the end of you meals
NOT at the beginning.

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Waterpolo (0)

9/16/2018 11:49 AM

Low sodium V8 juice

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Waterpolo (0)

9/16/2018 5:35 AM

If you have medications skip grapefruit juice

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RadnerBearman (0)

9/20/2018 7:27 PM

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The reccomended RDA of sodium is 2100 to 2200 mg per day. Most of us use way to much sodium. I have my clients read lables to make good food choices. I use lemon juice in place of sodium

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Waterpolo (0)

9/20/2018 11:49 PM

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Skip salt period. It is already in our very processed foods.
Low sodium salt is good.
Iodized salt if you don't live by the sea.

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bayridgefighter (4 )

9/20/2018 10:57 PM

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Lemon juice hummm..so

I always forget to go to the store to pick them up and they go real hard in refrigerator if you dont use them I always have handy garlic either fresh or powder to substitute sodium

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Waterpolo (0)

9/22/2018 2:43 AM

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Lemons are not stored in the refrigerator. Pit them in a bowl & use them on salads,chicken, low sodium V-8 juice,
Lemons in inserted tea or green tea.
Lemons prevent scurvy

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Waterpolo (0)

9/20/2018 10:25 PM

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Lemon water iced
Vitamin water Zero has no sugar
Unsweetened ice tea.
NO ASPERTANE
HONEY only local honey that has natural immunities built into it.
Akai Juice

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bayridgefighter (4 )

9/15/2018 6:46 AM

Thanks guys especially Joe for Advice for giving us a good rundown of what to eat and what not to eat.... we sometines have to be reminded about all this we haven't known this already thanks again and take care of one

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RadnerBearman (0)

6/09/2018 12:57 AM

This is for Boxer’s and Kickboxer’s and anyone who wants a healthy body. Conditioning is all about how do we fuel the body ? Eating the right foods is the answer.

Meat – Stick to white meat. It is easier for your body to digest, processes faster through your body, and doesn’t sit around in your stomach making you sluggish. Examples of white meat are chicken, turkey, and fish.

Proteins – Besides meat, eggs, tuna, peanut butter, and milk are an excellent source of pure protein. Remember, this is boxing and not weightlifting, so don’t try to be like a bodybuilder and eat one jar of peanut butter a day. It does nothing for you. Peanut Butter has a LOT of sugar.

Fruits and Vegetables – Everybody needs vitamins, this is a requirement to be a healthy person in general. Eat a wide variety of them. Remember the more colorful the better. I tell the people I work with, to TRY and avoid fast carbs that beak down to sugar. Potatoes, Rice, Breads and Pasta. Sugars turn to fat if we don’t burn it up.
Liquids – Water, water, water! One gallon a day is minimum for everybody in general. Two to three gallons is a must if you work out hard and/or live in a hot state. Again, this is a minimum, if you can drink more, do it. Stay the hell away from alcohol, it will slow you down, fatten you up, and put you in more situations where you are likely to be straying away from the healthy boxer’s lifestyle! For every 16 oz. of water you drink you need an electrolyte replacement. I like PowerAde no sugar. Your body need to replace essential minerals and things like potassium, calcium, and sodium aka Electrolytes.

Fats – Stick to healthy fats. In regards to your body fat, this has more to do with your genetic makeup than anything. Stay away from hydrogenated oils and fried foods.

Supplements – Pill’s and lab-created substances aren’t natural. They will never be able provide you the same level of nutrients that you get from eating real food. The simple reason is because they are created in labs and just because you ate a 100mg pill of vitamin A doesn’t mean your body will actually absorb it all. Your body can only absorb a certain amount of nutrients at a time and the rest goes to waste. Just be normal and stick to food. Forget about all those weightlifter’s supplements and all that. They are for looks and not for real performance. Remember, if pills really did help, we’d all be eating pills instead of food. Most of the Body Builders I know are muscle for SHOW. As boxers, we are muscle for GO.
As a Boxer and Kickboxer we train different. We train for Power both offensively and defensively.

I was hooked on Diet Drinks until two years ago. I learned how bad aspartame was for my body. I stopped drinking diet drinks. I am a lot better because of it. Some of the scientific facts about it are as follows: contributes to seizures, headaches, cancer, depression, ADHD, dizziness and birth defects. I actually had the jitters for four days while I took my self-off of it.

If any of you have a question about anything I have put here feel free to ask me

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bayridgefighter (4 )

9/20/2018 11:17 PM

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Yeah I have a lot of great points Joe I can't ask all the questions in one message.. but my main concern is as I'm getting and dealing with a lot of stressful situations especially with this three family house I inherited I'm losing body fat I went to a trainer a month ago I told me man you hardly have any body fat and he smiles. I told him you're smiling but I'm worried. I don't want to look wrinkled up how do I gain weight I didn't ask the guy that I'm asking you I can't be lean as a kickboxer. But you're a big guy me over 200 lb at 6 4? Right now I shrunk down to five four size and wait a hundred and thirty-seven pounds down to 144 lb . might worry is how can I gain some more weight and fill up my wrinkles

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Waterpolo (0)

9/11/2018 9:21 PM

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Beets & beet juice are great for everyone. Cherry juice & bing cherries help with opening the capilaries & return flow of blood from your feet & hands to the heart. Bing Cherries prevent Popeye arms & gout.

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bayridgefighter (4 )

9/16/2018 10:39 AM

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Yes they are and don't forget the tumeric that's good control the high cholesterol crap we've been fed knowingly and unknowingly

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