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What to Eat Before a Game

For an athlete, a proper pre-game or pre-activity meal must provide the body with the fuel it needs to perform—with an emphasis on carbohydrate in...

Pickle Juice as a Sports-Performance Tonic?

You may have heard that downing pickle juice can alleviate exercise-induced muscle cramps, which are brought on by a number of factors, including de...

Protein and Your Diet

A critical misconception is the belief that you need a protein supplement to meet your daily nutritional requirements. Some athletes are drinking ...

How to Assess Your Hydration Status

Besides being risky and causing serious physical side effects, dehydration drains your body of its energy. Dr. White, Gatorade Sports Science Insti...

Three Bottles to Keep You Hydrated

Dehydration is a downer. Fortunately, you can prevent it, along with its nasty side effects, like muscle cramps, headaches and nausea. Get the upper h...

Dodging Dehydration

Don't be the person who tries to push through dehydration. "Don't be the tough guy," says Allison Maurer, sports nutritionist at the University of Ten...

Dehydration Warning Signs

Heading for the mound for some heated games in your summer league? Prevent dehydration and heat illness during those long, hot hours with this 411 fro...

Filling Up for On-Field Action with Shaun Phillips

Think putting down Mickey D's or Taco Bell on a regular basis won't affect your game day performance? Think again—and take some hints from San Diego...

Hydration Guidelines

Confused about how to hydrate properly? Below are guidelines for drinking before, during and after activity from sports nutritionist Amy Jamieson-Peto...

Foods That Hydrate Your Body

Top physical performance starts with proper nutrition. So when fueling your body for tough competition, drop the Cheetos and Doritos and pick up a ...

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