September 2015
Jacksonville Magazine;Sep2015, p81
The article discusses about the nutritional diet plan given by Team dietician for football players in EverBank Field, Jacksonville, Florida to maintain his energy throughout workouts or game days. It discusses about their food for breakfst, lunch and dinner during different days for practises or matches and proper duration between these foods. It also discusses about their proper food plan for perfect proteins and calories without gaining weight.


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