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Should You Eat Before A Workout? -

"If you're going out for a 30-minute morning walk, you don't have to shove food in your mouth to fuel up," says Mohr. A lower intensity workout doesn't require as much energy as a demanding one. For example, if you're planning on burning only 350 calories on the elliptical, a 200-calorie snack isn't needed. And, as a general rule, if you're going to exercise within a few hours of a meal, those are the times you may be better off skipping your pre-workout fare, says Sass. 3. Fuel up So how should you pre-game for maximum performance? Two or three hours before a moderate intensity workout, a somewhat complex meal like a sandwich on whole grain bread with lean protein, roasted vegetables and avocado is a good option because "you'll have time for your food to get digested and absorbed from your GI tract into your blood," go here now says Sass. <br>Full story:

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