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by Mathew John (2020-02-26)

Without needing to indulge into scientific evidence, Meridian Health Protocol Review the evidence against alcohol and athletic performance well outweighs the benefits. Research indicates that drinking a glass or two or red wine every couple of nights can help reduce blood pressure, but for those of us who are competitive athletes, strict dieting is also important, so blood pressure (unless the athlete has a pre-existing condition) should never be an issue.For those training for professional sports, one of the best ways to learn about this subject is to listen to people and gather from those with experience. So here are a few quotes from people who have been training and competing as professionals.Rob Hill (Australia) Pro MMA Fighter -"Alcohol, like everything else can be done in moderation. However, for those who are competing, regardless of any sport, it will slow your fitness, your progress and your recovery. There is nothing that can affect you as badly as alcohol unless you are injured or sick, and nobody wants that. Alcohol also affects your immune and nervous system, which makes it harder to recover between sessions, and means you can become more prone to becoming sick. Steer clear for at least a couple of months before and event, and enjoy one or two for a reward after a fight or an event."