for the HEALTH of it!

One Post- Workout Eating Mistakes You’re Probably Making


Getting food into your system ASAP after a work out is good to to keep blood-sugar levels steady and ward off crazy fatigue and hunger. If it’s mealtime, have a 400- to 500-calorie breakfast, lunch, or dinner; if it’s between meals, go for a 200-300 calorie snack that mixes protein with complex carbs,” says Clark. Low-fat yogurt with nuts or fruit or a scrambled egg wrap are both good picks.


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