Here are some tips for a boxer's nutrition guide:

Be sure to add plenty of veggies when building your meals

Consume a minimum of eight cups (64 fluid ounces) of fluids, preferably water, each day

Avoid added sugars, highly processed snacks, fried foods, and red and processed meats

Vegetarian nutrition protein needs must be replaced by other foods such as beans and nuts

Protein is essential for building muscle

Limit alcohol consumption, as alcohol can adversely affect energy supply and lead to dehydration, bothof which affect exercise performance1

The best diet for boxers is one that is high in carbohydrates (3 g per kg of bodyweight), lower in fat(1 g per kg of bodyweight), with moderate protein (2 g per kg of bodyweight)

Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for the brain and the body

Fast provide sustained energy

Controlled Fasting can be useful for mature athletes. When breaking ones fasting period include mostlyessential rehydration with raw veggies or fruits