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Holmes Place nutrition expert Tina Ganser, from Vienna, Austria, recommends what is best to eat before and after wourkouts.
A few basic rules: Pre-workout food should be followed in fat and fiber (no full-grain products); boiled, sautéed, ripe and midly seasoned groceries are the best choices. An apple without the peel is a better choice then one with its peel, since fibers are situated right below the peel. Choose a ripe banana with brown stains over a fresh one. Foods that are rich in fat or fibers, as well as raw, breaded, or very hot foods, are hard to digest.
Hydratation is an important as solid nutrition. Drink water one to two hours before training and keep water with you while you train or work out.