Eating an easy-to-digest high-carbohydrate breakfast two to four hours before morning exercise is recommended because it will help restock liver glycogen after an overnight fast. Use these guidelines to design your meal or snack: enough fluid to keep you hydrated, low in fat and fiber, high in carbohydrates, and moderate in protein. Select foods familiar to you. However, eating prior to exercise does not work for everyone; be sure to do what works best for you.
Great advice. Oatmeal or whole wheat bran cereal will usually work. Add a banana for flavor, and to help with potasium levels as well.ReplyDelete
Thanks for reading!ReplyDelete