Good nutrition is crucial for peak skiing performance.
Without plenty of good quality food you're going to lose focus, get dizzy and make clumsy movements.
You need sufficient calories... Quantities required increase or decrease depending on what you're doing... you will burn lots when it's colder as well as when you increase your ski activity / pace.
Feed up on Proteins, Carbs, Electrolytes, Vitamins and Minerals.
Set yourself up with a good breakfast.
Start with some fresh fruit. Then enjoy some porridge and a banana, a bagel, an egg, smoked salomon, greens. Top it off with a glass of orange juice and green tea / tea or coffee.
On the ski slopes take plenty of energy, pack dried fruit, an apple, a banana, maybe a bit of dark chocolate. Ensure you stay correctly hydrated.
Lunch could consist of fresh fruit, hot soup and salad if you don't want to over eat, or maybe a good plate of Spaghetti and a generous mixed salad.
Breakfast - Porridge / Banana. Egg on the side.
Keep hydrated + keep your salts topped up.
Have a large salad and soup for lunch.
Stop for a Coffee / Hot Chocolate - Live a little.
Carry some dried fruit / Nuts, Dates, Prunes.
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