I've always considered myself to be a good eater, but DANG, SON, those bad boys in red can put some food away!  I met with Jacob Clark, a sports nutritionist graduate assistant for the Razorback Football team, to learn more about the nutritional lifestyles of our beloved Hogs and was shocked by what he told me.

 I've outlined seven of the typical meals that a football player will eat in just one day.  If you're a true fan, try them out for yourself and see if you have what it takes to eat like a Hog!!

7:30 AM: Breakfast (1,200 calories)

6 eggs

1 cup of veggies (spinach, onions, and bell peppers)

¼ cup of cheese

1 cup of mixed fruit (blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries) with whole grain oatmeal

2 cups of mixed nuts (almonds, pistachios, and pecans)

20 ounces of water

9:30 AM: Morning Snack (500 calories)

Protein shake with chia seeds, oats, and peanut butter

20 ounces of water

11:30 AM: Lunch (1,200 calories)

Spinach, egg, black bean, chicken hash with olive oil and vinegar

2 servings of grilled chicken

1 cup of mixed fruit (blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries)

1/2 of a baked potato

20 ounces of water

3:00 PM: Pre-Workout Snack (700 calories)

Deli sandwich with only half of the bread

Ucan protein shake

6:30 PM: Post-Workout Snack (220 calories)

Low-fat milk (chocolate, strawberry, or plain milk)

7:30 PM: Dinner (1,200 calories)

3 servings of a lean protein (grilled chicken)

2 cups of a complex carbohydrate (green vegetables, starchy vegetables, whole-grain pasta)

2 cups of mixed fruit (blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries)

20 ounces of water

meat, barbecue, sweet, vegetable, pepper
Ellen Gibbs

10:00 PM: Bedtime Snack (500 calories)

Casein protein shake made with 12 ounces of milk, 2 tbsp. of flaxseed, and 1 tbsp. of peanut butter

20 ounces of water

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