Get Used to Eat Before Morning Run

Get Used to Eat Before Morning Run
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Get Used to Eat Before Morning Run - Most of us who regularly exercise in the morning, such as running or jogging, certainly never thought to eat something first. Presuming, eat before a run can make the stomach discomfort.

From now on, a habit as it seems to have to change. At least, before running or sports, you should try the food intake that is small or light as bananas. This is important so that when you exercise your stomach is not empty.

When exercising in the morning, your body needs energy. When exercising on an empty stomach, most likely you will experience fatigue, nausea, and in the end not being able to exercise the fullest. If you plan to jog at a short distance away, you may need to consume large amounts of food at night.

You can choose foods that contain complex carbohydrates and proteins such as brown rice, whole wheat pasta, whole grain products, potatoes, meat, fish, and egg white. Or, choose more healthy foods that can be tempting.

You also can recharge in the morning by eating small meals, at least 200 to 400 calories, one or two hours before exercise. It is enough to give time to your body to digest the food that will be converted into energy.

One other thing which is also important before exercising in the morning is to meet the needs of your body fluids. About 7 or 8 hours of sleep, you wake up in a state of dehydration. Therefore, drink two or three glasses shortly after waking, especially 20 to 30 minutes before exercise.

In the selection of food, be sure to avoid menus that can upset your stomach or cause distress or gastronomical. Foods that are high in fiber and fat are not the right choice. Nonetheless, everyone would be different in response to food. Therefore, be sure to try different foods and find out what works best for you.
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