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Which breakfast should I eat before training?

 Which breakfast should I eat before training?

Many athletes choose to start their day actively. Morning exercise provides a boost of energy for the rest of the day. Exercising on an empty stomach will not allow you to achieve the perfect physique. What is the best pre-workout breakfast?

What should your pre-workout breakfast contain?

It wouldn't be much of a surprise if we said you need to eat breakfast before your workout to provide all the necessary macronutrients. Calories from proteins, carbohydrates and fats are the main energy fuel for the body. Carbs provide a quick boost of extra energy due to their short absorption time. On the other hand, proteins and fats require much longer digestion, so you can consider them as a kind of storage.

The products used to prepare your pre-workout breakfast must be natural and healthy. In addition to valuable macronutrients, they provide essential vitamins and minerals. In the

 case of physical activity, the most important components are those that have a positive effect in reducing fatigue and tiredness, support the proper functioning of the muscles and nervous system, and help maintain electrolyte balance. They include zinc, magnesium, potassium, calcium, vitamin B, vitamin C and vitamin D.

What can you eat for breakfast before exercise?

  • For many people, the first meal should provide 3 essential items:
  • Short preparation time
  • Easy to digest to avoid feeling overeating
  • Strongly saturated, so that you do not feel hungry during exercise.

Of course, we can add to this a number of other aspects related to individual preferences, such as the taste, the products present or the look of the meal. However, these aspects are most important when preparing your pre-workout breakfast. So what can you eat before you decide to start exercising? These are some suggestions

  • Fruit and vegetable shakes fortified with the Olimp Veggie Protein Complex
  • Porridge With Fruits Nuts & Olimp Whey Protein Complex 100% Protein Supplement.
  • Sweet cheese sandwiches topped with Olymp Zero sauce and 100% peanut butter sauce.
  • Olimp Hi Pro Gold Protein Omelette With Vegetables And Cold Meats Or Tofu

What should you avoid at breakfast before training?

Above all, meals are difficult to digest. Although many people like to start their day with a hearty breakfast in the form of scrambled eggs on bacon, this option will not be a good solution for a pre-workout breakfast. Fried foods will overload your stomach and cause you to feel overeating for a long time, which can affect the efficiency of your exercise. Foods that are difficult to digest often make it completely impossible to complete an exercise plan.


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