Cocktail Recipes, Spirits, and Local Bars

7 Healthy Football Season Snack Tips

7 Healthy Football Season Snack Tips

We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

Watching football is no excuse to eat junk food

Try these healthy snacks and tips for your next game day.

What is your favorite part about watching football? Well, for some of us, it’s the actual game, but for many it’s the food and snacks. But with game day now a weekly event, junk food has become a weekly offence. So healthy lifestyle expert Kimberly Daly has compiled a list to keep us on track for eating right during the big game — and that doesn’t mean you still can’t indulge in a few cheesy fries.

Click here to see the Healthy Football Season Snacks (Slideshow)

Food Commandments for Football Season:

  • Avoid salty and sugary snacks. There’s a reason why it’s impossible to have just one potato chip. Packaged, processed snacks are engineered to be irresistible, so it’s best not to test your self-control by having them to begin with. Make your own munchies ahead of time from whole ingredients and put out fresh, ready-to-eat options like homemade hummus and vegetables, or plain non-GMO popcorn sprinkled with chipotle seasoning.
  • Plan for the splurge. If you’re heading to a football watching party, you know you’ll be tempted by cheesy, fried, deliciousness when you get there. It’s OK to have a taste of this and a handful of that if you factor it into the rest of your weekend. Have a light breakfast and healthy lunch before the game, and stock your fridge with fruits and vegetables to prepare for tomorrow’s detox day.
  • Get up and move. Couch surfing doesn’t exactly burn calories, so take advantage of breaks in the action to get your heart pumping. Commercials offer the perfect amount of time for a little activity — do 15 jumping jacks, push-ups, and squats, or see if you can sprint around the house before game coverage starts again. Unless it’s the Super Bowl, I promise you won’t be missing anything good on TV while you’re gone.
  • Drink more water. People tend to mindlessly guzzle beer while watching the game, putting stress on their livers and waistlines. Having one glass of water for every alcoholic beverage cuts the number of brewskies you drink in half and helps negate internal damage.
  • Cut soda with seltzer. By now you’ve heard about the health risks of too much sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, and the like in your diet. But it’s hard to pass up a tasty "Jack and Ginger" when you’re tailgating. Instead of opting for the chemical-laden diet version, make your mixed drink with a blend of seltzer water and regular soda instead. You’ll save on sugar and calories, without sacrificing those refreshing bubbles.
  • Slip healthy stuff onto your plate. For some reason, it just doesn’t feel very "football" to nosh on salad. But that doesn’t mean you can’t sneak the good-for-you foods into the things you want to eat. Vegetables can easily be hidden in dips, sauces, and more — you just have to get creative.
  • Be more "chewsy." Snack foods are usually a two-bites-and-swallow kind of thing, which often causes you to fill up fast on empty calories. When you’re loading up at the coffee table buffet, opt for items that will last longer in your mouth. The more you chew and savor your food, the more time your stomach has to send those "I’m satisfied" signals to your brain — you’ll end up eating less overall and feeling well fed, too.

Take note of these tips and incorporate them into your game day. These simple changes can leave you feeling energized and pumped for the next game.

Emily Jacobs is the Recipe editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @EmilyRecipes.

32 Healthy Super Bowl Snack Recipes That Score Big

A Super Bowl party is about more than the game. There’s the epic commercials, of course, along with the halftime performance and good beer.

But the most important thing is the food. We’ve rounded up 32 healthier versions of all the faves, including dips, wings, chili, and brownies (with plenty of vegan options).

As for the suds, up your Super Bowl party game by serving craft beer made in the city you’re rooting for.

1. Herb-marinated chicken skewers with harissa

These easy-to-assemble skewers are made from boneless, skinless chicken breasts cut into cubes and marinated in fresh rosemary, thyme, and oregano.

Dip them in an intensely red harissa sauce made from jarred roasted red peppers, hot Thai chile, spices, lemon, and olive oil.

2. Simple healthy wings

A televised sports gathering without wings is a dud. Yes, we said it. These super simple wings are baked at a high temperature to get ’em crispy.

This blogger serves them with a homemade Paleo Buffalo sauce. We add carrots, celery sticks, and extra hot sauce.

3. Pesto and turkey cucumber roll-ups

Cucumber is the wrap for these easy make-ahead rolls with fresh red pepper, spinach, turkey, and pesto. To get the cukes paper-thin, you can use a mandoline (carefully) or a vegetable peeler with a wide blade.

4. Chipotle chicken chocolate chili

Try saying that three times fast!

This smoky chili gets its rich depth from unsweetened cocoa powder. In addition to flavor, cocoa packs a nutritional punch: One tablespoon has 7 percent of the daily value of fiber and 8 percent of the daily value of iron.

It’s also rich in polyphenols, and studies suggest it could have health benefits like lowering blood pressure. De Araujo, et al. (2016). Cocoa and human health: From head to foot — a review. DOI: 10.1080/10408398.2012.657921

5. Chipotle chicken sweet potato skins

This recipe tackles a notorious carby snack and turns the game around (see what we did there?).

Swap in sweet potatoes for their white counterparts and top them with spicy chipotle chicken and chickpeas. Layer on spinach and grated cheese, and then bake until melted. Save yourself one before they all disappear.

6. Homemade Paleo pigs in a blanket

These are always a fan favorite. Be sure to use good-quality nitrate-free chicken, pork, or beef hot dogs and wrap them in triangles of a homemade gluten-free dough that bakes up soft and flaky.

7. Cauliflower pizza bites

We called upon the mini muffin tin yet again to make our life Instagrammable. And our friend cauliflower steps in for the pizza crust in these Paleo goodies.

You can use chicken or pork sausage in these. Serve them warm, with a bowl of pizza sauce for dipping. Warning: They’ll go quickly.

8. Zucchini and ricotta tzatziki bruschetta

Your veggie-loving friends will dig this unusual zucchini bruschetta. Ricotta mixed with shredded cucumbers creates a thicker, less tangy version of tzatziki we can’t get enough of.

9. Individual nachos

Homemade bean dip, salsa, guac, and shredded cheese create individual nacho nests. They’re easier to serve than a plate of melty, stuck-together nachos, and a bunch of hands won’t be touching every chip (it’s flu season, after all).

Remember to pick up bags of whole-grain or otherwise healthier chips.

10. Roasted corn and cheese dip

This warm and gooey dip gets a healthy boost from Greek yogurt and veggies — corn, red bell pepper, onion, and jalapeño.

11. Baked mozzarella sticks

Deep-frying at home isn’t something most of us want to do. These mozzarella sticks are baked until their panko-herb crust turns golden brown and the cheese reaches a perfect melty yet dippable consistency.

Serve with marinara sauce or sriracha for a spicy kick.

12. Apple and brie quesadillas

Quesadillas are a winner at any gathering, and they’re easy to make. We searched the web for a fun mix of ’dilla fillings and fell in love with this green and fruity combo.

Apple slices and arugula join gooey cheese between crisp, golden tortillas (we use whole-wheat). Put this in the “healthyish” category.

13. Herbed “cheese” crostini

These spreadable yogurt balls get their flavor from garlic, fresh herbs, and lemon zest. The time consuming part of this recipe is waiting for the yogurt to strain.

Spread the tangy yogurt cheese onto slices of toasted whole-grain baguette or serve with crudités. We love the yogurt because of its nutritional profile. Just 1 cup contains 8.5 grams of protein.

Cheetos Flamin' Hot Crunchy Fried Mac and Cheese Balls

Courtesy of Real Food by Dad

As if the game day isn't heated enough, wait until you toss these fiery bite-size cheese balls into the mix. What your eyes are feasting on are some mac and cheese balls coated in one of America's most popular snacks, Flamin' Hot Cheetos. That's right, this recipe crushes the spicy, salty snack by using a food processor and blending it with Panko crumbs to form that crispy shell around that golden mac and cheese.

Get the recipe from Real Food By Dad.

Healthy Game Day Finger Foods include everything you need for your party or potluck, with healthy finger foods, easy dips and amazing appetizer recipes

Avocado Corn Chicken Nachos

Top your nachos with tons of veggies and chicken for a lighter game day snack!

Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Tenders

Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Tenders, are made with spicy hot sauce and crunchy Panko breading creating a delicious low carb lunch or snack made in your airfyrer!

Air Fryer Carrot Fries

These carrot fries crisp up into an amazing snack perfect for dipping in your favorite sauce!

Cucumber Feta Greek Yogurt Dip

This light and refreshing dip is great with baked pita chips or raw veggies. It is packed with so much great flavor that it will disappear in no time!

Airfryer Parmesan Dill Fried Pickle Chips

Airfryer Parmesan Dill Fried Pickle Chips is a low-fat snack made in your airfryer with just 5 easy ingredients

Skinny Taco Dip

Serve this Skinny Taco Dip with your favorite chips for a light and zesty appetizer everyone will love!

Pepperoni Chicken Fingers

Looking for a snack for both kids and adults that's quick and easy? These Pepperoni Chicken Fingers are made with only 4 ingredients in less than 30 minutes!

Spicy Roasted Sweet Potato Spirals with Guacamole

Spiced Roasted Sweet Potato Spirals are sweet potatoes coated in garlic and chili powder and topped with guacamole, They make a great appetizer!

Roasted Red Pepper Ranch Dip

If you need a dip for your favorite veggies, this Roasted Red Pepper Ranch Dip is a recipe you are sure to love and it only takes 5 minutes!

Air Fryer BBQ Pork Sweet Potato Skins

The combination of zesty pulled pork with sweet potatoes is absolutely amazing and the perfect finger food for game day!

Blueberry Dark Chocolate Superfood Trail Mix

This isn't your traditional trail mix. The chocolate is hiding lots of healthy seeds and pairs amazing with the salty nuts and sweet dried blueberries!

Light Chicken Verde Nachos

A pile of baked corn tortillas topped with chicken breasts in a salsa verde, fresh tomatoes and queso fresco area healthy appetizer!

Light Tex Mex Thin Crust Pizza

Light Tex Mex Thin Crust Pizza is a light and easy recipe for one that will become your new go-to recipe!

Healthy Fruit & Chocolate Party Tray

Healthy Fruit & Chocolate Party Tray is the perfect mix of fruits, nuts, pretzels and more! Serve it with Boar's Head Dark Chocolate Hummus makes this an elegant and delicious appetizer!

Roasted Jalapeño, Pineapple & Chicken Tenders

Roasted Jalapeno, Pineapple & Chicken Tenders is a healthy appetizer full of flavor with pineapple, jalapeños and bacon!

Gluten Free Healthy Greek Dip

This Greek Dip is healthy and full of flavor

Light Mini Turkey Taco Cups

If you're looking for a light lunch, these Light Mini Turkey Taco Cups are perfect bites of healthy taco seasoned beef, cheese, lettuce and salsa!

Airfryer Buffalo Cauliflower Tots

If you're looking for a light and easy low carb snack, crispy, frozen cauliflower tots tossed in a spicy buffalo sauce making these Airfryer Buffalo Cauliflower Tots just that!

Oven Baked Apple Chips

If you are craving something crunchy on game day, these oven baked apple chips are a fantastic no sugar added treat!

Light Crock Pot Buffalo Turkey Meatballs

Lean ground turkey studded with bleu cheese crumbles are coated in a spicy buffalo sauce all in the crockpot make these Light Crock Pot Buffalo Turkey Meatballs the recipe you've been looking for!

Air Fryer Everything Bagel Chicken Tenders

Air Fryer Everything Bagel Chicken Tenders are a healthy and flavorful 20 minute AirFryer recipe served with a cream cheese and Greek yogurt dip for a fantastic appetizer or easy lunch.

Step away from the bag of pre-buttered guilt and enjoy this homemade snack.

Bison contains choline, a nutrient that may help keep stress at bay.

SELF does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Any information published on this website or by this brand is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, and you should not take any action before consulting with a healthcare professional.

Discover new workout ideas, healthy-eating recipes, makeup looks, skin-care advice, the best beauty products and tips, trends, and more from SELF.

© 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. SELF may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices

50 Surprisingly Healthy Super Bowl Recipes That Are Irresistibly Delicious

Truth: The Super Bowl is baaasically synonymous with fried, cheesy, and way-too-salty food. But we all know that the pro athletes didn't make it to this year's playoffs by noshing on nachos. The key to creating a menu full of guaranteed hits &mdash while also keeping your New Year's diet in mind &mdash is to rely on delicious, fresh ingredients in recipes that you can swap in place for store-bought varieties.

One way to easily lighten any Super Bowl snack you're planning on whipping up before kickoff is focusing on how you're actually preparing your meal. Could you fire up the oven rather than deep fry? Or possibly use your handy new air fryer instead? Even heading outside to fire up the grill after a long winter's break could help you create a tasting menu of classic favorites &mdash from salsa to kebabs &mdash that won't leave you feeling greasy long after halftime is over.

Whipping up well-balanced snacks for the whole family, however, won't require too much time or effort. Our best healthy Super Bowl snack ideas can be made in as little as 10 minutes others, like our crispy zucchini tots, can be prepped days before the game is on, simply reheating and plating on Sunday. Whether you're looking for feel-good dips or spreads, hearty chilis and stews, bite-sized treats, or sharable entrée ideas, these better-for-you recipes will surely please any diehard football fans this season. Round out your Game Day feast with these vegan, vegetarian, and heart-healthy recipes.

25 Football Party Finger Foods Everyone Loves

We love hanging out with friends to watch our favorite teams play, and with these 25 Football Party Finger Foods Everyone Loves, your game day party is sure to be a hit!

Football is practically a religion in my house. I love spending Sundays with friends and family eating yummy finger food appetizers while we all yell at the TV. It’s a great way to spend the day!

With the big game just around the corner, I’m already planning this year’s spread. I’ve got my eye on crock pot dip recipes, easy finger foods, and appetizers for a crowd.

These bite-sized recipes are the best finger foods around and there’s something for everyone. From the carb lover to the carnivore, you’re sure to satisfy all your football fans!

Love these recipes? Pin them to your GAME DAY pinboard!
Follow Real Housemoms on Pinterest

I’m a major carb lover and on game day there’s nothing quite like a mini sandwich or cheese bread bite to make me happy!

    – Turkey, bacon, and tomato has never tasted so good together! – Make a double batch, these sliders go fast! – The best way to eat buffalo chicken anything! – Who doesn’t love a gooey, cheesy bread bite?! – So easy to make and crazy good!

Your favorite carnivore will adore these meaty bites! They’re easy to make and full of flavor!

    – Pop ’em in the crock pot and forget about ’em! – Sweet, salty, and bacon-y. The perfect bite! – So poppable and so crave-able! – Everyone’s favorite bite at the party! – Sweet, spicy, and oh so good!

Can’t pick a favorite snack for game day? With these delectable recipes, you don’t have to!

    – Everything you love about pizza in an easy to grab bite! – Grab a handful and chow down! – Bring home a restaurant favorite! – Easiest wings ever! – Everyone raves about these potato skins!

Once you pop you can’t stop! These one-bite finger foods will be everyone’s favorite part of your football party!

    – Who doesn’t love football-shaped food?! – Savory and filling, a game day favorite! – A carb lovers dream! – Crunchy, meaty, and sure to fly off the serving plate! – How cute are these cups? And they taste as good as they look!

Whether you wrap ’em or roll ’em, these appetizers are made for munching and oh so fun!

Cheesy avocado quesadillas

Don't worry meat lovers—we didn't forget about you. Just make sure to opt for grass-fed beef, which is naturally leaner and void of carcinogenic antibiotics and chemicals. And do we really have to mention the green flat-belly goddess sandwiched between this one?

Get the recipe from Damn Delicious.

32 Simple Snacks for Football Fans

So what’s on your party menu for watching the big game? We’ve put together the following items, which go beyond bowls of corn chips, pretzels and cheeses. We make no specific claims about their healthiness, so pace yourself! Your final menu choices will depend on how much prep work you feel like doing for your party.

The Easy & Traditional Snacks

These are the snacks that are easy to put together, and mostly require minimal effort.

  1. Kielbasa wedges . What meat lover doesn’t like kielbasa? Cut up some thick slices and serve with crackers and/or cheese. A dab of spicy mustard works well with kielbasa. (By the way, turkey kielbasa is delicious!)
  2. Garlic bread or Pull Apart Cheesy Garlic Bread is great fun for a party and will disappear fast.
  3. Meatballs. Little Sweet and Sour Meatballs served with toothpicks or Sausage Balls(shown below) are always a crowd pleaser.
  4. Mushroom caps. For a change of pace, try these bacon StuffedMushroomCaps(video).
  5. Chicken wings. Make chickenwingsin the oven for an easy-to-prepare football snack that everyone will appreciate. Serve with the traditional sides — thick blue cheese dressing, celery and carrot sticks, hot sauces, and a fistful of napkins.
  6. Grilled sausages. If the weather’s still good (or you’ll grill in the snow), fire up the backyard grill and throw on some nice Italian or Polish sausages.
  7. Nachos and cheese dip. “Guilty pleasure food” at its best with this 2 ingredient nacho cheese dip.
  8. Potatoes.Potato wedges a really inexpensive snack are great with ketchup or sour cream.
  9. Stuffed potato skins. Or if it’s not wedges, it’s potato skins, which can be assembled ahead of time for baking. Make sure to set out extras, like sour cream, chopped chives, crumbled bacon, and grated cheese.
  10. Classic cheese ball. Need I say more? Serve cheese balls with a variety of crackers or thinly sliced pumpernickel bread.
  11. Chex mix. There are an endless number of combinations to the snack most of us know as chex party mix. Customize the recipe to your liking, but keep an eye on the oven, as the onion powder tends to burn easily.

Lighter & Healthier Snacks

Make Ahead Layered Salad

If you’re feeling slightly peckish instead of all-out hungry, here are a few suggestions. Most are pretty traditional, like the items above – just lower in calories.

  1. Crudites and dip. Cut up some celery, carrots, cucumbers, and red peppers into bite-size pieces and serve with a nice dip.
  2. Cold cuts. We feel that some of the best cold cuts and sliced meats come from Italian markets. Just roll each slice up into a tube, or fold into a wedge, and arrange on a platter.
  3. Olive selection. Even simpler than cold cuts or crudites. While you’re at that Italian or Mediterranean market, pick up a nice array of olives – from savory to spicy, with different stuffings, from pimento to cream cheese to even almonds.
  4. Cheese bites and (wheat) crackers. Cheese platters do not have to be boring. There are so many cheeses to choose from – go for different textures and flavors – and then add some grapes and nuts to the platter as well.
  5. A crazy big salad. A bigsalad is the perfect complement to most game day foods – and relieves the guilt of eating all the other (heavier) snacks. Chop items small and throw it all in — vegetables, fruits, olives, boiled eggs, cheese, etc. — depending on your tastes. Top with balsamic vinegar, extra-virgin olive oil and a squeeze of lime.
  6. Savroy Pies. Quiche can be served hot or at room temperature. Baked spinach pie, reminds me of spanakopita, only easier to make because this recipe uses frozen puff pastry. A store bought pie crust makes these recipes easy as…

Sandwiches and Burgers

What’s a game party without some sort of sandwiches. Here are a few variations, some possibly unique to this article.

  1. Hot sandwiches. Serve spicy Italian sausage with plenty of peppers and onions, on crusty rolls.
  2. “Grilled cheese” burgers. You read that right. Make your burgers in one pan and keep it warm. Then, on order, make a grilledcheesesandwich (shown above) in another pan, using regular bread slices. Split it open (careful, it’s hot) and place tomato slices, pickles (optional), and a cooked burger patty. Have hot sauce or ketchup on the side.
  3. Tex-Mex Cheese Burgers. Need I say more! Check out the video.
  4. Pocket subs. Whether you call them hoagies, rockets, subs or something else, these are always a hit, especially with kids. Make sure you have lots of small Italian buns or sub buns, a variety of cold cuts, pickles, toppings and spreads.

Something Extra and Hearty


These are for those colder football days, when you feel like something heartier.

  1. Perogies. Potato, onion and/or cheese perogies are so readily available in most supermarkets freezer section that you don’t need to make them from scratch. Serve with sour cream, salsa, dips, hot sauce.
  2. Pigs in a blanket. Don’t forget the kids in the snack list. We don’t know what it is about pigs in a blanket, but kids (and adults!) love them.
  3. BBQ ribs. You don’t need massive brontosaurus ribs like Fred Flintstone. Some regular sized, finger-licking, melt in your mouth slow cooked barbecued ribs will do just fine.
  4. Burritos. Beef and bean burritos are easy to put together beforehand or assemble on the spot and who knows better how to make them then The Pioneer Woman!
  5. Chili. A great, hassle-free, “simmer in the pot until you are ready for it” game food like chili (video) is hard to beat. Chili is also an excellent make-ahead dish, freeing you up to enjoy the game while it simmers.
  6. Meatloaf. Meatloaf isn’t particularly original, but if you like to get creative, you could shape it into a football.
  7. Calzones. While traditional calzones are delicious, this spinach and ricotta stuffed variation, flavored with a touch of nutmeg, is simply delectable. Buy prepared pizza dough to make it really easy.
  8. Pizza Loaf. This fast and simple-to-prepare pepperoni and cheese stuffed snack is sure to be a hit served with a bit of tomato sauce on the side for dipping. It’s a fair bit like calzones, but probably less work over all. . Be sure to pre-heat your oven for about 20 minutes to make sure that these baked fries come out crispy.
  9. Chicken kabobs. Kabobs are eaten in a number of countries across Northern Africa, Europe and South Asia. So you have many flavor choices for chicken kabobs. Or just buy some from the deli counter and throw them on the grill or bake in the oven.
  10. Samosas. These East Indian potato-filled pastries are said to taste great with beer – an alcoholic beverage of choice for football viewing. Making these from scratch is time-consuming. So just pick some up fresh from an Indian or Pakistani grocery store, or in frozen form from most large supermarkets.

If you are new to startcooking, or are a regular visitor here, please consider subscribing for free.

PlayerScout Football Nutrition Program®

This football nutrition plan is for you if you are ready to take your on field performance to the next level and have serious aspirations on reaching your full potential.

9 Top Reasons Players Use Our Football Nutrition Plan®

  1. I'm too busy to worry about my nutrition or prepare meals
  2. I don't know where to start or what to eat to improve my performance
  3. I need a sports nutritionist to tell me what to eat everyday
  4. I don't understand why football nutrition is so important, surely if you train hard enough you'll perform well?
  5. I can't afford to buy healthy food or feel I make poor food choices
  6. I have limited cooking skills
  7. I struggle to keep excess weight off in season
  8. I want to recover faster from training & matches
  9. I don't know what supplements to use to improve my performance and recovery

You don't need to take hours each day preparing extravagant meals, or measuring every grain you add to your mid morning snack.

Our step by step easy to follow nutrition plan, contains downloads and worksheets to walk you through EVERY step of fuelling and hydration for better performance, recovery, weight management and health. We will help you understand how to give your body the correct amount of nutrients at the correct time to maximise your progression.

This nutrition plan will:

  • Increase yoru energy, performance & focus
  • Provide optimum gains from your training
  • Enhance your recovery
  • Help you reach and maintain your ideal physique
  • Reduce the risk of illness & injury
  • Increase your confidence
  • Improve your performance consistency
  • Ensure you enjoy food and eating out socially

PlayerScout Football Nutrition Plan®

Everything You Need to Know about Football Nutrition and What to Eat to Improve Performance and Recovery


Nutritional advice for overall health
Energy needs based on your position
What to eat/drink for performance & recovery
PRE / DURING / POST match nutrition
Personal Hydration Strategies
Supplements for health, performance and recovery
Weight Management tips
Healthy (easy to prep) recipes


Science backed advice written by PlayerScout's team of sport nutritionists and performance coaches. You will learn the latest nutritional strategies footballers use to train & fuel for matches.

1. Football Nutrition eBook

91 pages of science backed football nutrition advice
Macro and Micro nutrient guides for football players
Hydration guide & strategy to plan your fluid intake
Tips and advice on how to safely supplement your footballers diet
Weight management strategies

2. PlayerScout Football Nutrition Plan®

4 week rotating meal plan, bespoke to your individual weight, training & daily calorific needs
Fun and easy to prepare meals
Foods that are readily available in all good supermarkets
Meals that can be cooked in bulk or prepared with minimal cooking experience

3. PRE/DURING/POST Match Recipes & Snack Ideas

Pre match meals and snack ideas
Half time re-fuel snacks to boost energy
Post match recovery foods
Healthy smoothies and drinks

4. Glycaemic Index Chart

Glycaemic Index Chart to enable you to make healthy food choices in the future
Find out which carbohydrates give you more sustained energy
Monitor your foods nutritional value

Players that want to improve their football performance & recovery

Amateur & Professional Players
Parents of players looking to help their children progress



Increased energy
Improved performance and focus
Prevents injuries and illness
Decreases your body fat percentage
Decreases your recovery time
Increased stamina
Improved overall health


When you enrol, you also exclusive access to our support:

Watch the video: 5 High Protein Lunch Ideas For Weight Loss (May 2022).