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10 Days Diet Plan Suggested By Leo Messi

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Today, without any doubt we can say that Lionel Messi has become a synonym of soccer around the world. At the age of 25 only, this soccer player has achieved what amessi-diet-plann average man cannot achieve in his lifetime. Being the most expensive soccer player, Lionel Messi has also won many prestigious awards like The Footballer of the Year, UEFA Best Player in Europe under his belt and many others.

So, what does it takes to be one of the world’s most famous soccer players? A sheer amount of dedication towards workout and diet blended with rigorous soccer training can get you where Lionel is now. Let us discuss about the diet plan of Lionel. 

The time spent on the field must have a support of a great diet plan to fetch the desired results. 

 

  • 10 days before a soccer match:

Messi believes in cutting down the carbohydrates from his body and building it gradually as the time of match comes around the corner. In this way, the body maximizes the blood sugar available in ample, inside the body, giving the body a good shape. The diet is called low carb high protein diet, which includes protein shakes 3 times a day, 7-8 glasses of water in order to avoid dehydration.

  • 5 days before a soccer match:

The above diet is introduced with vegetable soup before every meal. The soup must contain a high amount of turmeric, chilli, coriander and ginger as they help in making blood thin as the vegetable soup is a vasodilator, which results in increased blood flow.

  • A day before the match:

Afternoon meal plays a crucial role, so Lionel takes fish/prawn/chicken along with boiled potatoes plus green vegetables and an orange.

  • 6 hours before the match:

It is better to invest this time in sleeping rather than being awake and eat. Even in case Messi wakes, he never takes any wheat-related product as carbohydrates can slow down the body and urges him to sleep more. Instead, he goes for having porridge or sometimes combines egg white for ideal balance of proteins and carbohydrates.

  • 90 minutes before the match:

Messi prefers to have seasonal fruits 70-90 minutes before the match. Banana, mango, apple, etc., are all good as they have the best amount of fiber and have less sugar content.

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