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Can i play shuttle after eating?
Can i play shuttle after eating? Are any health issues will come? Because today evening i drank horlicks with 3 mary biscuits, after that i played shuttle without time gap. Is it okay?
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Hello dear as many said playing shuttle post lunch or dinner or heavy snacks are not advisable. But yes it’s always good to take fruits or snacks 30min -1 hour before playing which enhances your body health, stamina, tones skeletal muscles and will minimise post exercise energy loss and body ache etc
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Prefer fruit diet oat meal , sandwich like light foods
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Eating a large amount of food right before some physical exercise can lead to cramping of muscles and digestive troubles. It can also make you feel sluggish during your game. As a general guideline, you should wait three to four hours after a large meal before engaging in any physical exertion. If you’ve had a small meal or snack, wait a minimum of 30 minutes or preferably one to two hours before going to play.
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Not immediately atleast 30 minutes gap needed
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No ma'am... Not very OK at all. One should not perform any physical exercise/activity immediately after the meals. It can lead to digestive troubles. Atleast 2 hours of gap is necessary. 
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* Do some basic stretching exercises before you start the game. * Hydrate yourself while playing, for that you can have sips of water in every 15-20 mins.
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Thank you for sharing your concern. It's absolutely okay to indulge into a physical activity including active sports like shuttle post a meal consumption (if not a heavy diet) but ideally, you should give your body at least a 30 min time gap to process the diet intake to avoid any kind of cramp in stomach muscles. The meal in your description can be considered a light meal and it won't cause any harm in your physical health.
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AVOID EATING HEAVY MEALS BEFORE ANY KIND OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AS THIS WILL LEAD TO MANY TURMOILS IN YOUR BODY THUS MAKING YOU SICK.
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TAKE SMALL QUANTITY OF FRUIT,COCONUT WATER OR ROASTED CHANNA BEFORE ANY ACTIVITY
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No. U can have any seasonal fruit 20 mins before playing/exercise.
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