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United stars have given up sweets since Ronaldo’s return

Team players gave up Manchester United The Englishman has refrained from eating sweets since the return of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo again to Old Trafford.

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Ronaldo, 36, returned to United in the summer of his former team, and the Portuguese changed the culture of the diet in Manchester United, according to the English newspaper “Sun”.

United defender Eric Bailly confirmed that sweets had been ruled out this season, which led to goalkeeper Lee Grant joking that his Red Devils teammate was too afraid to eat sweets in order to meet his high and healthy standards.

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Asked if United players ate sweets, the Ivorian defender said: “No, we have stopped, all the players have stopped because it is not good, you need to change sometimes.”

He added, “Ronaldo has been the best in a long time, why? Your body, you need to take care of it.”

In turn, Grant revealed that he and his buddies were all spying on what Ronaldo was eating at the hotel the night before the games and after seeing quinoa, avocado and boiled eggs on his plate, none of them dared eat dessert after eating.

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“You finish dinner and you usually have some cheats on Friday night, you have a little apple and custard or you have a little brownie and cream,” the goalkeeper said sarcastically.

He pointed out: “I tell you now, no player touched the apple and custard, not one player went up to eat this cake, we sat at our table before the match and immediately one of the players said to me, ‘What did Cristiano get on his plate?'”

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He continued, “We had a bit of an insult to what he has and it’s clearly the cleanest and healthiest dish you can imagine, it just cracked me how not a single player got up to eat those junk food that was put in.”

Ronaldo has kept himself at his best throughout his career, which means he can still boast an amazing physique in his mid-30s.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner is said to eat up to six meals a day and prefer fish as a staple in his diet.

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Ronaldo also ensures he gets eight hours of sleep every night and can sometimes take up to five naps during the day.

On the importance of sleep, Ronaldo previously said: “Proper sleep is really important to get the most out of training. I go to bed early and get up early, especially before matches. Sleep helps muscles recover which is really important.”

The Portuguese star also said that maintaining good mental health is just as important as maintaining his physical health to be at his best on the pitch.