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    G'day all,

    Just wondered what people eat before a big game. I usually have either pasta or rice or whatever but I find that in the first 10min of the game I will be too full to run around! So lately I have instead begin eating light cereals with a cup of coffee - ie - breakfast food. I find that coffee has a great effect of giving myself a bit of an "edge" as it allows me to stay more alert, but sometimes at expense of control as I get bit agitated and rush shots.....

    What does everyone else eat?

    Andrew

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    Default Re: Food before a big game

    I eat muesli with milk and drink coffee. During tournaments I eat muesli bars and drink mineral water.

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    Before a tournament I eat pasta and fruits and I drink a lot of water. This helps me not to be tired during the game(and after the game -it helps me to recover) and it磗 the carbohydrates which is the mainthing. No proteins before and during a competition. It磗 not good to eat proteins before a competition because the food might not digest so easy. And it磗 important for me to drink a lot of water before, during and after the game- fluid balance is important.
    I would give u guys a good advice: don磘 drink coffee on a tournamentday, It磗 not good because you might get some problems with your stomach and caffeine is doping if you have too much of it in you. And do not use caffeine tablets because then you will definetly be caught of using doping! I write this just that you know that it磗 a little bit risky! I know that at least one badmintonplayer has been caught of caffeine...

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    This is an excellent article related to this topic (may be Adel can help to provide an English translation, , or you may try using the translation function in Altavista).

    转帖, 发表于 2002-02-28.09:42:53 http://www.chinabadminton.com

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    主题: 与运动员、健身者谈饮食营养

      从往事谈起**
      
      国人年纪稍大的可能都还记得:日本投降后,我国在 上海举办了“全运会”,空军代表队的于希喟先生出尽了 风头,拿了好几块金牌。到台湾后,还常见他在运动场上 羚羊般健步如飞。可是后来不行了,才53岁就死去。据说 是患肝病,而肝病之因与营养不良有一定的关系。还有30 年代的“全国国术冠军”(即武术)张英健先生,山东壮 汉,在台北大街上见七八个小流氓欺负人,他独自上前, 把他们修理得东倒西歪,屁滚尿流。就是这位比野牛还结 实的冠军,不到60岁就倒下了,*因也是营养问题。那时 ,台湾真穷!空军、冠军算是“天之骄子”了,尚且保证 不了营养,一般平民百姓就更苦。有人说几乎到了吃香蕉 皮的窘境**
      
      事实上,生命的基础首先在于营养。人如果不吃食物 就好像汽车没有汽油,怎么能运动?一个3*4公斤的婴儿 长成50公斤左右的成人,全靠食物中提供的50多种营养素 组合而成。我赞成这样的说法:“你即你所食。”每个人 毫无例外都是通过自己一口一口地吃,在塑造并在影响着 自己的生命与健康。

      人体在一定程度上可以说是摄取食物的产物。它吸收 食物中的分子和*子,用来建造人体各种细胞、组织和器 官,并维持其活动。因此,在我们的日常饮食中应当含有 各种必要的建筑材料,这是极为重要的。
      
      食物也是人体这生物机器的燃料。人们摄取含能量的 食物,借助于吸入的氧气使其在细胞内氧化。由于食物氧 化的结果,便释放出所必需的能量,以维持人们的生存和 完成各种活动。所以,营养在运动中起着相当重要的作用 。
           
      碳水化合物是运动人体的能源物质
      
      运动训练需要能量。给人体供应能量的三大营养素为 碳水化合物、脂肪和蛋白质,其中最重要的是碳水化合物 。不同的食物中碳水化合物含量不等,淀粉类食物含量高 ,最主要的是以大米、面粉、红薯、土豆等为*料的食物 。这些*料中的碳水化合物的平均含量在70%左右。肉类 食物中碳水化合物含量少。根据饮食后引起的血糖含量增 加的速度和幅度,可将食(饮)品分为高、中、低血糖指 数三类。高血糖指数的食(饮)品有:面包、馒头、米饭 、玉米片(羹)、香蕉、巧克力能量棒、煮(烤)土豆、 蜂蜜、葡萄糖液、蔗糖液、低聚麦芽糖等;适中的有:面 条、麦片粥、土豆条、红薯、葡萄(*)、橙(*)等; 低血糖指数的有:果糖、冰激凌、牛奶、酸奶及西红柿汤 等。碳水化合物(糖)作为能源物质有以下优点:
      
      1.无论在运动肌肉供氧充足或运动量大肌肉供氧相 圆蛔闶保伎梢源罅糠纸夤┠埽芰垦杆伲
      
      2.消耗同等量氧所产生的能量要高于脂肪;
      
      3.它完全氧化分解的产物是乳酸,可供机体再合成 窃蛑匦卤谎趸
      
      运动员尤其是大运动量(亚极量)训练或比赛及耐力 项目的运动员对能量的需要增加,因而对碳水化合物的需 要也增加。国外运动营养学家推荐在上述情况下,每天碳 水化合物的摄入应为8-10克/公斤体重,占总能量的60-70%。70公斤的运动员每天需要560-700克,这相当于0.7公斤大米或标准面粉做成的饭或面点 。
      
      基于上述,运动员合理选择食物,是增加运动前体内 糖元储存的最有效手段,如平时多吃含碳水化合物高的食 物:面食、米饭、土豆、红薯。比赛前4-7天进行糖填充(具体方法视赛程而定)。另外,运动前 ⒅小⒑蟛钩涮且彩窃黾釉硕凹∪馓窃俊⒉钩湓硕 邢奶窃闹匾椒ā
            
      蛋白质是运动人体的建筑材料
      
      高蛋白食物相当于人体组织的建筑材料。蛋白质是人 体生长、发育过程中建造新细胞和新组织不可缺少的,并 用来取代一部分因不断受破坏而衰老的细胞。因本身的氨 基酸结构不同,蛋白质的种类很多,植物性蛋白和动物性 蛋白是不一样的。人体组织需要摄入某些氨基酸,缺少这 些氨基酸,人就不能生存。因为人体不能合成这些氨基酸 ,人们称之为必需氨基酸。禽肉类、鱼、蛋、牛奶和干酪 所含的蛋白质中具有适当成分的必需氨基酸。这类食物是 最适合的蛋白质来源 。
      
      成年人每公斤体重一天大约需要1克适当成分的蛋白 省R桓龀赡耆艘惶斓牡鞍字市枰肯嗟庇70克。运动员 诖笄慷妊盗菲诩洌乇鹗橇α垦盗菲诩洌鞍字市枰坑 ι愿咝H欢裎垢飨钅康脑硕痹谘盗肥保鞍 字实娜非行枰炕姑挥芯*过代谢平衡的科学实验而确定 吕础>萘瞎概┖褪澜缥郎橹慕ㄒ椋航】档哪昵崛 耍刻臁⒚抗锾逯厣闳0.57克蛋类蛋白质即可维持氮 胶狻H欢谏闳胝庖皇康鞍字实耐保枰闳”冉 细叩哪芰俊
      
      如上所述,蛋白质是构成人体结构的基本成分。大运 动量训练可以引起体内的负氮平衡和运动性贫血。有人报 告供给运动员2克/公斤体重以上蛋白质,可以预防运动性贫血。亦有人报告 在参加集训的体操运动员中,每天摄取蛋白质1.8克/公斤体重,它的热量约占食物总热量的13%,并且食物中 蛋白质的2/3为优质蛋白质时,运动员的血红蛋白、血浆蛋白,以及 胶饩鼙3衷诹己玫乃健6倌暝硕钡鞍字市枰 浚吹ノ惶逯丶扑悖瘸赡耆烁撸9-11岁的体操运动员,业余训练时的蛋白质摄取量为3克/公斤体重,方可满足正氮平衡的需要。
      
      运动员的营养条件不变时,如加大运动量训练,将出 现血红蛋白含量下降,尿氮排出量显著增加,并发生负氮 平衡。如大运动量训练的同时,增加蛋白质营养,则有利 于保持身体的血红蛋白水平,预防运动性贫血的发生。所 以,生长发育期的运动员,在参加集训的初期如出现体重 减轻,或加大运动量训练时,均应适当增加食物蛋白质的 量。
            
      运动增加维生素的需要量
      
      进行体育运动时,体内物质代谢过程加强,对维生素 的需要量增加。剧烈运动可加速维生素缺乏症的发生。运 动员对维生素的需要量与运动量,以及本人*来的功能与 营养状况有关。运动员体内维生素缺乏的早期表现常是运 动能力的下降,抗病能力减弱以及容易疲劳,此时补充维 生素,可取得改善功能的效果。但营养状况良好者,则毋 需再额外补充维生素,尤其是过多摄入某一种维生素,反 可造成体内一些营养素之间的不平衡,某些脂溶性维生素 在体内蓄积,还可引起中毒。
      
      运动员常补充的维生素主要有维生素B1、维生素B2、 维生素B6,维生素C、维生素E、维生素A、维生素PP(尼 怂幔┑取K怯肴颂逄谴 谢,与乙酰胆碱的分解与合成,维持人体的热能代谢,参 与体内的还*过程,以及增强人体对缺氧的抵抗力等等, 都具有良好的作用。
      
      维生素在运动员营养中具有重要意义。具体使用维生 素时,应注意各种维生素之间的适宜比例和拮抗作用。维 生素和食物中的其他营养素,如糖和脂肪等也要保持适当 的比例。一般天然食物中各种营养素之间的比例是比较适 宜的,偏重某一种食品或过多地使用某一种营养素制剂, 往往会破坏体内各种营养素之间的合适比例。在良好的营 养条件下,不必补充维生素制剂,仅在冬、春季节,蔬菜 、水果缺乏或加大运动量训练时期,可适当补充一些复合 维生素。
           
      运动员食用脂肪以不饱和脂肪酸为好
      
      脂肪体积小但含热量高,这些特点对减少食物的容量 和增加御寒能力有良好的作用。长时间运动,身体消耗脂 肪增加,肝脏和血中酮体量升高,心肌和骨骼肌中酮体的 氧化加速,葡萄糖的氧化抑制,同时肌肉中氨基酸的释放 减少,脂肪对人体节约体内糖元和蛋白质的消耗有一定的 意义。
      
      脂肪不易消化,过多食用会减低其他营养素,特别是 蛋白质在肠道的吸收。脂肪氧化时可增加身体的氧需要量 。含脂过多的食物会影响食欲。高脂血症使血流滞缓,影 响体内氧的供给,对运动不利。在一些缺氧的运动项目中 ,高脂肪饮食可使运动员血中酮酸及乳酸增加。
      
      运动员食用脂肪,应尽量采用不饱和脂肪酸多的植物 油,脂肪的P/S(不饱和脂肪酸/饱和脂肪酸)应大于1。惟有如此,才能有利于运动。
            
      运动员及健身者膳食怎样才能合理
      
      运动员及健身者三餐所吃食物提供的热量和各种营养 素,与其完成每日运动量所需能量应保持平衡。从营养方 面来讲,要有充足的热能,而且蛋白质、脂肪、碳水化合 物的含量和比例要适当,有充足的无机盐、维生素、微量 元素和水分,也就是说每日各种食物的种类和数量的选择 要得当、充足。

      如何实现合理营养呢?首先,运动者要改变观念。某 些运动员总认为运动成绩的好坏仅仅与运动训练有关,而 膳食则无关紧要。无论运动员还是健身者,要注意以下几 个问题:
      
      1.从思想 上高度重视一日三餐的合理营养。
      
      2.运动员要加强营养知识的学习,根据自己每天的 盗妨浚侠硌≡袢褪澄镏掷嗪褪浚皇堑サジ葑 约旱南埠醚≡袷澄铩
      
      3.在具体选择食物时,要重视主食的摄入,如米、 媸车取V魇持泻蟹岣坏奶妓衔铮芄└硕背渥 愕哪芰俊R苊庋∈彻嗟娜饫啵壳埃诘脑硕钡 鞍字嗜狈σ呀仙偌蠖嗍τ诠┕谇蟮淖刺3怨 嗟娜馐巢唤霾换岣硕痹黾幽芰浚喾椿岣颂宕葱 矶辔:Γ绻嗟牡鞍字噬闳肟赏贝牍嗟闹荆 て谙氯セ嵋鸶哐⒐谛牟〉取A硗猓锏鞍缀椭参 锏鞍椎谋壤室耍σ耘D毯投怪破反娌糠秩饫唷3 愿髦指餮氖卟撕退乇鹩υ黾由车氖卟耍约跎 儆卦诩庸す讨械牧魇АI俪曰虿怀杂驼ㄊ澄铩⒎手 砣狻⒖救狻⒗叭狻⒛逃偷龋强纱胩迥诠嗟闹荆 嵋鸱逝帧
      
      4.合理地选择运动营养保健品。运动营养保健品亦 啤扒孔呈称贰被颉肮δ苁称贰保亲ㄎ邮略硕娜硕 杓频囊焕嗵厥庥贰NVぱ盗返挠行裕硕痹诤 侠砩攀车幕∩希褂蒲Ш侠淼匮∮迷硕=∑贰
               
      运动补液有讲究
      
      最典型的例子是运动会前,人们面对市场上数不胜数 的饮品,感到眼花撩乱,不知道究竟该选择一种什么样的 饮品来为运动补液。由于运动中补液须满足补充水分、无 机盐和能量这几个目的,只有专门的运动饮品才能满足。 一般的汽水类饮料,因为有汽,会造成胃部不适,加之其 中的无机盐含量,不一定能满足补充运动时丢失的无机盐 的需要,因此,不适合作为运动时补液用。随着保健品市 场的开发,目前的保健类饮品很多。这些保健类饮品因含 特殊的物质,而适合一些特殊需要的人群使用。在保健饮 料中,含有较多咖啡因者,饮用后,对运动者身体没有好 处;有镇静作用者,喝后让人紧张的情绪得以放松,但对 提高运动成绩并没有好处。基于这些*因,我们在运动时 ,应该选择既能保证补充在运动中丢失的水分和无机盐, 又能补充消耗的能量的饮品。遗憾的是现在市场上这样的 饮品并不多。因此,为健康着想,在选择时,就一定要注 意挑选专门适合于运动时使用的含有一定量糖和盐的饮品 。
                 
      运动之后吃啥好
      
      有些人在运动后,感到肌肉关节酸痛和疲乏,认为多 吃一些禽肉、鱼和蛋类食物就能补充营养,解除疲劳。其 实,这种做法是认识上的一种偏误 。
      
      人体在进行运动时,肌肉和大脑等进行高强度的作功 ,体内碳水化合物、脂肪、蛋白质等大量分解,以保证机 体活动时对能量的需要。机体在能量代谢分解的过程中, 产生大量的乳酸、磷酸等酸性代谢产物,这些酸性代谢产 物聚积在血液、肌肉、大脑、内脏等组织中,就会使人体 产生肌肉关节酸痛和疲倦乏力等不适感觉。此时,一味地 多吃肉类等酸性食物,会加重血液的酸性化,不利于代谢 产物的排除,难以解除肌肉酸痛和倦怠乏力感。要消除这 些不适感,必须把这些代谢的“废物”中和并排出体外, 应适当多吃些富含维生素、纤维素的蔬菜、水果等碱性食 物中和血液酸性,保持血液弱碱性,才能促进代谢产物的 排泄,维持肌体酸碱的基本平衡,尽快恢复正常的生理状 态。
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    Default Re: Food before a big game

    Make sure to read it with GB code.

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    Default Pre-game meal

    Pre-game meal: (to be ingested within 2 to 10 minutes of competition): Big Mac (with extra mayo), 2 Double Cheese Whoppers, 3 large bags of fries (w/extra salt & grease), a large thick milk shake, & 3 servings of ice cream. Be sure to wash it all down with a large coke.

    However if you want to WIN your match, you may want to modify this plan a bit. Pasta is a good idea, preferably 2 hours or more b4 match time. If you eat rice as a pre-game meal, preceed it with a bit of fat & protein so that your blood sugar levels don't drop by the time your competition starts. Be sure to hydrate yourself adequately as well; drink a lot of water an hour or so before match time and then more moderates amount just before & during competition.

    If you MUST eat right b4 competition, don't eat a lot. Best to eat cherries or some other fruits high in fructose (low glycemic index). Stay away from carrots, grapes, plain white bread or rice cakes on an empty stomach; high glycemic foods such as these will cause your blood sugar levels to spike and then subsequently drop too low. This will cause you to feel sluggish early on.

    Also stay away from large amounts of protein & fat right b4 match time. These are best eaten 2 to 3 hours earlier. One exception is MCT or coconut oil. Despite the bad press on tropical oils, MCT & coconut oils tend to be burned much like carbs rather than stored like other fats.

    Coffee caveat: I also found that small amounts of caffeine would give me an edge... at first. However, after 15 minutes or so it would turn on me. I would feel nervousness & agitation as you have experienced; lack of control was also a problem for me.

    There are several supplements that worked a whole lot better than caffeine for giving me an edge (without make me edgy). These include: ProEndorphin, Trans-Neuro and NeuroGain. I believe that there are no ingredients in these products that would be banned in any competition. Ingredients include: B vitamins, DMAE (found in the brain & certain fish), and an amino acid (either Tyrosine or Taurine & Phenylalanine). The supplement a may also include vitamin C, St John's Wort and other nutrients. Thes supplements should be taken on an empty stomach shortly before competion.

    This is no joke... a small amt of alcohol can improve athletic performance. I'm talking somethin on the order of a third to a half a glass of wine (red wine is best). This amount is enough to rid you of pre-game jitters and relax you just enuff to elicit peak performance during play. WARNING: if you ingest much more than this amount, your reflexes (reaction time), hand-eye coordination, control, and decision-making skills will be impaired. I usually add a small amount of fructose to the wine (to avoid a headache or a drop in blood sugar levels). In place of fructose, you could preceed the glass of red wine with some cherries.

    A good alternative to wine is a cup of chamomile tea, also very relaxing. You could add fructose to this as well (it's probably best to stay away from regular table sugar).

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    hmm... never heard of the wine thing before... but I might give it a try ^^

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    I actually first heard the (red) wine thing from some competitive Chinese players. I've since seen/heard it from other sources as well. it certainly helps if you don't overdo it.

    I can also see the effect when I'm running my ThinkFast software. With small amounts of wine my reaction time & decision-making scores improve slightly, presumably cuz I'm more relaxed. However, with 1 or 2 glasses of wine I find that it reflects significantly (negatively) in my scores, especially when it comes to reaction time, impulsivity, & accuracy.

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    i c... cuz I've actually played once with about 1/3 bottle of red wine in me (15% approx)... i felt more energetic that day for some weird reason... and i was running like crazy and making shots like no one would ever believe me... my opponent was actually in awe... hehe ^^" but then i dropped dead after the game.. dead tired =P
    i think it kinda made me not realize i was alreadi tired so i kept playing with all my might =P so... i guess it mite also help in that way ^^

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    I'm rather surprised that amount of wine had the intial effect that you describe. do you have a high tolerance for alcohol? did you eat a substantial amount of food with the wine? these can be major factors.

    I'm not too surprised about the end result. a couple of effects of alcohol come into play here. alcohol has a pronounced diuretic effect; it dehydrates the body quite a bit if large quantities are consumed. this can eventually cause fatigue & headaches, especially when physical exertion is a factor.

    alcohol can also have a significant effect on blood sugar levels. the calories in alcohol initially provided a source of energy. however, after a while the alcohol (especially w/exercise) can cause blood sugar levels to drop. glucose (blood sugar) is the brain's favorite fuel. if glucose levels drop considerably, the brain becomes fatigued. this, with the dehydration factor can cause headaches (or hangovers). carbonated alcohol might have more rapid & more pronounced effects.

    having some honey or fructose before (or with) the wine can lessen the glucose level drop quite a bit. you should also take in a lot more water to offset the diuretic effect. probably the best advice is to cut back substantially on the amount of red wine you ingest before competition or heavy exercise sessions.

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    Thanks gregr for that info.

    I did a search for Glycemic Index and came up with a site that got a list of foods with ther GI.

    http://www.mendosa.com/gilists.htm

    Cheers

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    Yes, the mendosa site has a pretty extensive listing. Altho' its not comprehensive, it gives you a decent idea of the relative glycemic action of a variety different foods.

    GI is most important when eating snacks, especially snacks that are mostly carbohydrates. GI is also important to diabetics (and hypoglycemics?). When eating a complete balanced meal, the presence of protein, fats, and fiber minimizes the need to concern yourself about the GI of the carbs in the meal. However, I would not start a meal with a high glycemic food (save those foods for later in the meal or for dessert). Restaurants often serve high glycemic bread before you order your meal in hopes that it will lower your blood glucose levels which may cause you to order more food (especially food that is a lot costlier than the complimentary bread). You can offset this effect somewhat by putting butter (fat) on the bread (to temper the GI of the bread).

    Note that the glycemic index for a given food is not some absolute number with inherent meaning. The GI is a relative #. It tells you the glycemic action compared to some standard. There are 2 common standards used. One standard sets glucose sugar at 100. Most foods, including sucrose (table sugar), have an index lower than 100 on this scale. A few foods have a higher index. The other standard set white bread at 100. You cannot directly compare a GI for a food based on 1 standard against the GI for some other food based on the other standard.

    Most lists based on the glucose standard put fructose at about 20. The GI of fructose on the white bread scale is around 32. Note that you sometimes see differences in various lists that are based on the same standard. There are a # of factors that can account for this. For instance, if the GI is determined for a banana that is a bit overipe it could be significantly higher than the GI for a slightly under-ripe banana. Different variery of bananas could also have varied GIs.

    As I said before, if you are eating a complex balanced meal (containing fats, fiber & protein) don't concern yourself too much with GI. It becomes much more important when eating snacks on a relatively empty stomach.

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    well... i only did that just that once... I dont drink... except when i got nothing else to do =P which is rarely ever...
    because I study a lot of biological stuff... i know the effect of alchohol.... but for me... it's almost like nothing that was said in the book was wut i felt... i felt exact opposite... except for the extreme tiredness after exercise due to lack of glucose in blood... it actually cleared my head up a lot...
    hehe... maybe i should go see a doctor or soemthing =P

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    i'll drink to that

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    Hi there. Thank u for the insight into watever it is ur saying...lol, no seriously could u please please just tell me wat i should eat before a Men's Doubles tournament that is taking place on 19th april. The torny begins at 9am in the morning, so please tell me exactly wat time and wat to eat and drink.

    This would be greatly appreciated and if i win the torny i'll be sure to send u a pic of me and the trophy..lol no i'll buy u a drink ).

    In the previous tornies i have played in i have suffered from fatigue halfway thru which was probably due to not paying any attention at all to my bodies needs.

    Just give me names of wat foods and drinks to prepare and in wat quantities to take them please, i'll do the rest.

    Thank u once again.

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    There's also a concept called carbo-loading. If you're serious about
    that tournament, you need to start eating carbohydrates a few days
    in advance, until the tournament day.

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    Isn['t that more for endurance sports with high aerobic capacity?

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