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Old 11-10-2006, 08:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Green Tea and Fish Diet...does it help in MMA?

I know about all of the positives and health benefits of drinking green tea or any tea for that matter and eating a lot of fish. But does this have any advantages in the MMA world? Just wondering, if so, what are the advantages and are there any disadvantages. I eat like most americans sometimes - burgers, fries, soda, snack shit. But I drink a lot of green tea and other tea, and I eat fish at least 4 meals a week. Lately I have been drinking nothing but water and tea and very little amounts of Mt. Dew and such. (haven't had any in 3 days now) I still eat snack foods and candy bars and cookies like crazy though. I am hypoglycemic so it is near impossible for me to not eat this stuff. I am not overweight in the least bit though, thanks to my hypoglycemia the only positive that comes with this disease is that I burn fat and sugar like a ****ing machine and never gain weight no matter how much shit I eat. Plus I am only 20 so that helps too and I have been physically active since I could walk so my metabolism is great too. And I'm sure eating fish all the time for the last 5 years helps too. Anyway, I kinda went off topic but I wanna know if there are any kind of advantages or disadvantages a traditional Japanese diet would have in MMA. Any aspect at all - training, cardio, strength, weight, speed, anything at all that has anything to do with MMA. Thanks in advance to Onganju hahaha.
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