Eat right for your bowling type: Part 1

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It is often said that we are what we eat, and it's no different when it comes to bowling. Eat the best meals for your own bowling style and personal technique{why? I feel like this is missing a big 'why'}, using the delicious food to fuel your energy as you thunder down the lanes to smash out a series of strikes!‚Äč

Power bowlers

If your fingers itch to lace into the holes of the heavier bowling balls, you need to eat food full of protein. The Harvard School of Public Health notes protein makes up our enzymes, helping them to carry oxygen around our blood stream. This is important for bowling to the best of your ability, and meals such as the Aloha Burger are your go-to.

This yummy burger has a crispy tempura chicken breast, great for pumping you with protein as chicken is one of the best sources of this nutrient. In fact, Men's Fitness reports "chicken breasts are the classic lean muscle building protein", so gear up with this tasty burger that also comes with smokey bacon, pineapple and cheddar cheese. Iron from the leafy green lettuce is also included to nourish you. 

The Ranch Burger also uses chicken breast, so if you prefer Spanish onions and tomatoes with a ranch dressing, chomp down on this delight. It also has avocado, a renowned super food for health and fitness. 

Fast and furious bowlers 

If speed is what you are after, you need foods that can improve your cardiovascular abilities. Meals great for your heart include ingredients such as beans, tomatoes and salad leaves, all of which are listed among the top 25 foods for a healthy heart by Web MD.

Enjoy munching on our Simply Salad Wrap, full of mixed green leaves, avocado, sliced beetroot and tomatoes, as well as a calorie-friendly ranch dressing. Or you can tuck into the fresh, house-made tomato Bruschetta for a burst of flavour and antioxidants to help you speed onto the bowling lanes. 

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