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Kids have a game at 1:30 and another at 4:30 what to feed them and when?

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pizza is always the best

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How much time do you think they'll have between the games?

http://kidshealth.org/kid/stay_healthy/food/sports.html#

Pack some sandwiches and drinks, maybe some of those Carnations Essentials drinks. Perhaps chicken sandwiches with string cheese and fruit.

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carbohydrates

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food, whenever they get hungry

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you should ask your childrens coaches because certain sports you should eat certain things but usually there is a time limit before like for swimming it was spaghetti like four hours before so maybe they could have like something specific and a time limit before? it sounds stupid but its true

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Carbs but keep fat low and water. Feed them 45 min to an hour before so food can begin to digest.
Spaghetti, hot dogs, burgers n fries, ham sandwiches (use real cheese or no cheese not manufactured cheese product) and chips, soup,

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feed them in between the games but not too close to the start of their games because the food needs time to digest or else they will have an uneasy stomach while playing
carbohydrates (pasta) are a good energy supply
if you want to be healthier you can make them sandwiches on whole wheat bread
like tuna sandwiches or turkey, depending on what they like
protein is always good when they are working out

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