Preparing Healthy Home-Cooked Food for Football Players

Football is a sport that requires a lot of energy. If your child is a football player, they require a healthy home-cooked meal with all the required nutrients. This is regardless of whether they are a rookie in the junior league or they are a college quarterback. You can view sun basket meals list for food inspiration and below is a list of food requirements that they need.

Your child needs a lot of energy to run across the field and chase the ball. According to a recent study, a football player requires 45-65% of carbohydrates.

Some foods contain more carbohydrates than others do. Whole grain has more carbs. They have fibre, vitamins and other better alternatives. When creating a meal for your child, look for pasta, cereals, crackers and whole grain slices of bread. The cereal should be low in sugar and fat. Other sources include unsweetened fruits.

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How Sports Stadiums Are Becoming More Sustainable

Faced with numerous waste-related challenges, even sports stadiums are now into crafting sensible environment-friendly solutions. Several stadiums have now turned to sustainable measures to manage the pollution footprints and related effects that spectators bring about.

There is a growing interest in the green stadium and related sustainable practices. Especially due to the piles of waste spectators leave behind. Dumpster rental Salisbury MD services have jumped on this opportunity, increasing business three fold by servicing these stadiums.

One of the most challenging waste management challenges is posed by plastic papers.  Stadiums are now ditching plastic cups and starting to opt for those [...]

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CBDs Potential Use for the NFL

Marketed as a kind of magical cure for any and all ailments, CBD – also called Cannabidiol, and in one of its most popular forms, CBD Oil – has garnered the support of both patients and athletes everywhere.

Personal accounts of the immense help that CBD has provided in the treatment of their personal health problems has certainly helped CBD catch the eye of the public. These problems include insomnia, physical pain, inflammation, and even addiction to opiates. Today, CBD use now considered as one of the latest trends in the non-traditional treatment of these conditions [...]

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NFL Seasons: Raiders will be Traveling for More than 30,000 Miles for the Upcoming Season

The NFL season is just around the corner. Many fans are now looking forward to the upcoming games. NFL teams have been preparing their schedule for their games. On the other hand, fans are now preparing their airline miles for these games as they list down some of the most anticipated games of the upcoming season. They can even considered exchanging or trying to sell miles for perks being offered by game venues or establishments within their vicinity.

Most of the NFL teams will be flying in and out of the country. Among all the teams in NFL, it seems like the Raiders will be flying more than the other teams. The Raiders have a total number of traveling distance of 31,732 miles while the other teams like the Panthers, Bengals, and Falcons [...]

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NFL Draft | Patrick Peterson Compared to Champ Bailey

2011 NFL Draft prospect, LSU Cornerback Patrick Peterson, has been working his way up draft boards and is now considered the top defensive back option. Draft analyst Mike Detillier thinks that Peterson is the best CB prospect out of the SEC since that Champ Bailey guy.

“And Patrick is bigger and faster than Champ,” Detillier said. “He has great ball skills you can’t coach. No one can find the ball in flight the way he does. He thinks the ball’s for him. In this day of big NFL receivers, Patrick’s height and size are what make him unique.”

The article the quote comes from at CBS Sports focuses on Peterson’s cramping problems that he has dealt with since being a little guy. We previously mentioned this at our sister site NFL Draft Today a couple months ago. So far it appears like the only thing that will slow Peterson down on draft day.

Source: CBS Sports Content

Over the years Football Jabber’s RSS feed has been used by several sites. Usually they ask permission or if not they link back to the original article. I’m prety laid back on the whole thing really. Unless, of course, they are posting my content and claiming it as their own. This is what I have noticed with [...]

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The Tony Romo Alternative| Fantasy Football

Image via Wikipedia Coming into the 2010 season things were looking up for Tony Romo with the addition of Dez Bryant and the retention of Miles Austin. This guy right here had Romo leading a couple of fantasy squads with certain playoff berths in the future. Now…not so sure. There are moves to be made [...]

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New York Giants Midseason Thoughts|NFL Fantasy

The NFC East is always a question mark as to who will come out on top and usually has a race down the line. The New York Giants are proving to be the team to beat in the division and will likely win the division if not a first round bye in the NFC. Their [...]

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Live Football Streamed on ESPN3

It occured to me last week when I noticed ads on Football Jabber for ESPN3 that it may not be common knowledge or people could use a reminder about it. ESPN3 has been a staple on Saturday going back to last season and I’m happy to see that I have 26 College Football games at [...]

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Fantasy Football Injuries That Matter Week 5

Image by Getty Images via @daylife Going into week 5 of the Fantasy Football season it appears that the Injury Report is at it’s longest yet. Mixing that with bye weeks, fantasy owners have to be on top of their game as to who is available to go this week. Below you will find a [...]

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Update for Football Jabber Subscribers!

Hey there Jabberheads! I wanted to take a minute to throw out a bit of a warning to the Fantasy Football subscribers that we have here at Football Jabber. You are going to be noticing a lot more NFL Draft content going forward. In 2009 we slowed a bit on the NFL Draft coverage here [...]

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