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Sep 20, 2016 ... You put a lot of effort into your workouts, always looking to perform better and reach your goals. Chances are you've given more thought to your pre-workout meal than your post-workout meal. But consuming the right nutrients after you exercise is just as important as what you eat before. Here is a detailed ...


Sep 19, 2017 ... If you think you've earned the license to eat whatever you want after burning all those calories, it's time to check yourself before you wreck yourself. Here's what to avoid immediately after your sweat session!


Sep 1, 2017 ... Over the course of the recovery period, this window gradually closes and by failing to eat immediately after exercise, you diminish your chances of promoting full recovery. To illustrate how quickly this window closes, research has shown that consuming a post-exercise meal immediately after working out is ...


Feb 28, 2017 ... Working out hard, but not seeing results? Check out these post-exercise eating mistakes you could be making.


Jun 27, 2016 ... Five post-workout foods you should be eating to help you achieve your weight loss goals.


Nov 6, 2017 ... Eat these after a hard day at the gym to promote muscle growth and aid in recovery.


An intense, calorie-burning workout can do wonders for your physique, but it doesn't give you the green light to go to town at the nearest Burger King once you 're done. If you're serious about building muscle and losing fat, you need to get serious about your post-workout meals. After an exhausting workout, the body sends ...


The good news is that you can't cancel out the calories you just burned during your workout. Weight loss and the human body don't work like that. When you're working out, your body burns fat to be used as energy. If you eat right after your workout, those calories won't be used to replace the burned body fat. Your body only ...


Sep 7, 2016 ... Most nutritionists recommend eating something within 30 minutes after a workout. Your body, after using up its available energy, needs to be refueled. Specifically with carbs and protein—for energy and to repair the microdamage that exercise does to your muscles. We're all busy, though. And sometimes ...