What to Eat Before a Big Game?

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Having enough energy on game day can be tough with a hectic practice schedule and everything else that goes on in your life.

An excellent pregame meal or snack can help you perform better during the game and help all that practice pay off. Eating a meal before your game that's high in carbohydrates (bread, pasta, etc.) with some protein can keep you from slowing down.

Visit Kidshealth.org for tips that will keep you at the top of your game.

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