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Old January 31, 2013, 12:16 AM
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Reduce the heavy carbs, increase the protein (fish and dairy are both affordable and plentiful in this country), and get good fiber from fruits and veggies when having a big breakfast, smaller lunch and smallest dinner by 8PM.
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Old January 31, 2013, 12:37 AM
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I am a fan of the breakfast, roti, eggs and the potato and vegetable dish is quite nice.

Aside from that most of the other meals contain way too much oil for me. I do like the spicy foods and enjoy a good Thai curry, or Indian curry along with the chicken kebabs (Tandoori, Reshmi or the yoghurt based kebab)
Hell yeah. Porata and egg is my breakfast du jour. At least 2, sometimes three eggs. Sometimes no porata. You have good taste.
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Old January 31, 2013, 12:39 AM
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Reduce the heavy carbs, increase the protein (fish and dairy are both affordable and plentiful in this country), and get good fiber from fruits and veggies when having a big breakfast, smaller lunch and smallest dinner by 8PM.
It's more about 'white' carbs and not necessarily about heavy carbs. Go for carbs with a low glycemic index. Always have a big breakfast and a light dinner. Early dinner. By 7 at the latest.
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Old January 31, 2013, 12:53 AM
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It's more about 'white' carbs and not necessarily about heavy carbs. Go for carbs with a low glycemic index. Always have a big breakfast and a light dinner. Early dinner. By 7 at the latest.
White carbs it is. I have yet to follow my own advice BTW, and January just came to an end.
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Old January 31, 2013, 01:00 AM
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Reduce the heavy carbs, increase the protein (fish and dairy are both affordable and plentiful in this country), and get good fiber from fruits and veggies when having a big breakfast, smaller lunch and smallest dinner by 8PM.
Sohel, you could come and be our nutritionist!!

Important to match what they are eating with what we are expecting them to do on the field and in training.
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Old January 31, 2013, 02:38 AM
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Pretty shocking that players themselves have no idea what food to eat to take care of their own body. Cmon stack up those cans of tuna from Agora!!
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Old January 31, 2013, 02:58 AM
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Some players are pretty good with it, but they can only eat what is put in front of them when they are at training or in camp at the Academy. What they eat at home is their own choice and hopefully the education we provide them with enables them to make good choices.
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Old January 31, 2013, 03:18 AM
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Lentils are 9% protein and rice contains 2% protein, where as a piece of chicken contains 31% protein. Obviously it costs more, yes, but if you are investing in players, coaches and gym equipment then you need to invest in the fuel. Hence my analogy about owning a ferrari or BMW and trying to put water in the tank, because its less expensive than petrol.
Coach makes a great point. I had this discussion with Coach Pont on facebook once and he disagreed and gave an alternate explanation, which made sense at the time, although I forgot what he said.

Now I'm agreeing with you once again.

The problem is not so much protein, but the components of the protein. Without getting too biochemical, any protein you eat, regardless of whether its vegetable source like daal or meat like a lamb curry, gets digested in the stomach. You get enzymatic degradation of the proteins into their constituent amino acids. This is how the proteins are absorbed, transported, and then resynthesized in your body.

The good thing is that all living things use just 20 different amino acids for protein synthesis. So diverse species like daal and cows still have all the same amino acids, just different proportions of them arranged in different ways.

So lets use Coach's stats to do a little number crunching (whats an al Furqaan post without some stats, eh?).

So daal is 9% protein, and chicken is 31%. So if Junaid Khan consumes 100 g of chicken, he's getting 31 g of protein. By contrast, if Rubel eats 100 g of daal, he only gets 9 grams of protein. Rubel would have to more than 300 g of daal to get the protein that Junaid gets from just 100 g of chicken.

Now figure that humans are genetically more similar to chickens than they are to daal, in the phylogenetic scheme of things. Thus a chicken protein may contain, say 80% of the amino acids we need, whereas daal may only contain 50% (essential and non-essential amino acids). When you factor that in, and I've made these numbers up just to illustrate, Rubel now needs to ingest 480 g of daal to break even with Junaid's 100 g of chicken.

Its very easy to eat 100 g of chicken in one sitting, but there is only so much daal you can eat. Thus, diet, is a large part of what will be holding us back compared to Pakistani or Afghan players.
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Old January 31, 2013, 04:09 AM
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What they eat at home is their own choice and hopefully the education we provide them with enables them to make good choices.
*cough* Tamim *cough*
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Old January 31, 2013, 08:57 AM
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lol
another food related thread.
any updates on Sir Ash's restaurant ?

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Old January 31, 2013, 08:59 AM
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Dried fish can be a good source of protein (that goes well with a big bowl of rice if that is what our player like). Egg is a must for athletes. Russians are doing reasearch on alternative source of protein and they found that dried worm contains 65% protein!
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Old January 31, 2013, 09:11 AM
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This thread is very interesting .
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Old January 31, 2013, 11:20 AM
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Dried fish can be a good source of protein (that goes well with a big bowl of rice if that is what our player like). Egg is a must for athletes. Russians are doing reasearch on alternative source of protein and they found that dried worm contains 65% protein!
Dried worm! There's a culinary delight.
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Old January 31, 2013, 11:33 AM
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Richard, your system have produced our current core national team batch. Shakib and others won't be where they are now without your coaching. It has been 6 months in your present position. I think you have seen many young and upcoming players in this period. Who do you think can be the next Shakib/Mushfiq/Tamim?
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Old April 4, 2013, 10:05 AM
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This R.M. is genious. He told way before about pacers probable injury after bpl.
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Old April 4, 2013, 09:57 PM
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sokaler nasta:

red cow ghee e bhaja 4-5 ta porota ( teer ata/moyda )......
jhal gorur mangsho bhuna
dim bhaji
teer sujir halua
sobji (optional)
goromgorom gilapi

10-11 tar dike snacks:

red cow butter oil e bhaja gorom gorom kolija singara or somusa, vegetable roll
rosogolla, chomchom, malaikari


lunch

kacchi/ morog polau with raita salad
jali kabab/ shami kabab
boro size chingri bhuna
faluda
lassi


bikaler nasta:

moglai porota/nan ruti
halim
shik kabab/ khashir leg roast/ grill chicken
roshomalai

dinner:

sada vaat
sobji
macher matha diye moog/mashkolai daal
ilish mach bhaja
katol macher kopta
khashir rejala
kobutor roast
finni/payesh jorda
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Old April 5, 2013, 06:23 AM
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sokaler nasta:

red cow ghee e bhaja 4-5 ta porota ( teer ata/moyda )......
jhal gorur mangsho bhuna
dim bhaji
teer sujir halua
sobji (optional)
goromgorom gilapi

10-11 tar dike snacks:

red cow butter oil e bhaja gorom gorom kolija singara or somusa, vegetable roll
rosogolla, chomchom, malaikari


lunch

kacchi/ morog polau with raita salad
jali kabab/ shami kabab
boro size chingri bhuna
faluda
lassi


bikaler nasta:

moglai porota/nan ruti
halim
shik kabab/ khashir leg roast/ grill chicken
roshomalai

dinner:

sada vaat
sobji
macher matha diye moog/mashkolai daal
ilish mach bhaja
katol macher kopta
khashir rejala
kobutor roast
finni/payesh jorda

bhai, eiguli ki khawar age na pore khabo?
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Old April 5, 2013, 06:27 AM
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bhai, eiguli ki khawar age na pore khabo?
eiguli khabarer sathe khaben.
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Old April 5, 2013, 08:50 PM
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We have ONLY 1 TEST SERIES IN NEXT 10 MONTHS (AGAINST NZ JUST TWO GAMES)

ICC FTP has long gaps and no matches denying our youngsters opportunities. We are better than Aus currently but they play 5 test series while we get nothing.

2 Test series is a joke, ideal is 5 with a minimum of 4 at least.

Pathetic Papon, Kamal only big talk, not organising anything for Bangladesh.
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Old April 5, 2013, 09:55 PM
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bhai, eiguli ki khawar age na pore khabo?
sokale khawar aage .....
raate khawar pore

baki time as u wish
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Old April 6, 2013, 09:16 AM
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The thread has moved on to issues to food. So my 2 cents.

With a pinch of salt, Doc ar Sohel bhai, ei gula hoilo buira'der advice (heavy breakfast, light lunch and light dinner before 7/8pm). For an athlete, you for ones should know all three should be heavy while in training camp. America'i thaika ei shiksen?

The key is to reduce junk food.

As for Tamim-Ash-Mash: Bet'er bari ar heavy exercise.
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We have ONLY 1 TEST SERIES IN NEXT 10 MONTHS (AGAINST NZ JUST TWO GAMES)

ICC FTP has long gaps and no matches denying our youngsters opportunities. We are better than Aus currently but they play 5 test series while we get nothing.

2 Test series is a joke, ideal is 5 with a minimum of 4 at least.

Pathetic Papon, Kamal only big talk, not organising anything for Bangladesh.
i feel like killing myself because of fan's comment like this in cricinfo
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i feel like killing myself because of fan's comment like this in cricinfo
Why care so much about what trolls have to say? Learn to ignore. I don't even pay attention to those comments because they're mostly BS anyways. No point of boiling your blood for no reason.
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