When it comes to preparing for Regiment rehearsals and camps, you know that it’s important to pre-hydrate and not to have dairy, greasy foods, or carbonated beverages, but that eliminates a lot of common items for breakfast. So, your student may be wondering what CAN I have for breakfast? Well, our medical officer has come up with a few suggestions for healthy foods that will give your child the energy they need without upsetting their stomach while rehearsing in the Florida heat.
We hope these suggestions are helpful to you and your student(s). If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our medical officer, Winston Warren at email@example.com.
- Eggs scrambled with potatoes, or sweet peppers
- Breakfast burrito, filled with the above.
- Hard boiled egg
- Toast with peanut butter or egg, and a banana.
- Bagel with egg, plain, or with peanut butter
- Oatmeal (made with water, not milk)
- Chicken, ham, or other lean meats on toast or a bagel, with or without egg.
- Fresh fruit such as peaches, pears, bananas, grapes, watermelon. *Avoid acidic fruits such as oranges or grapefruit, as these can cause stomach ache.
- Granola bars, but with no chocolate
- Protein bars, but with no chocolate.
- Protein shake made with water
- Smoothie made with non-acidic fruit juice and fruit (fresh or frozen)
– Bring a FULL water jug to camp.
– Hats and sunglasses are required to be worn at all rehearsals.
– Wear and bring sunscreen.
– If you didn’t pre-order lunch, bring one!