Why Its not good to exercise on an empty stomach?

According to The British Journal, the body seeks to compensate for the energy expended during training and if you have nothing in the stomach, the body can compensate for your own muscle

When we exercise, it is recommended to consume something before doing it. It will increase our performance.

Indeed, if we do not consume anything  before practicing our exercise routine , our performance will not be the best, but this goes worst.

According to a study published by  The British Journal , the body seeks to compensate for the energy expended during training and if you have nothing in the stomach, the body can compensate for your own muscle and impacts metabolic functions.

The same happens if you let large time lapses pass without eating, directly impact your  metabolism  and you will not notice positive changes in your body.

In addition, exercising without food can also impact your blood pressure and you may suffer decompensation.

 

So that this does not happen, we tell you what to eat before exercising:

Oats

Oats are an excellent source of energy, also contributes to the increase of muscle mass.

Banana

This fruit is rich in potassium, and contains sugars that are necessary for performance in your routine. If you consume a whole banana before going to the gym, you will notice it in your body!

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You can consume a handful of granola accompanied with a little yogurt; This will give you energy and your performance will improve in the gym.

Nuts or almonds

They are considered good fats. They are very healthy and are recommended to be consumed before and after exercise. A handful of almonds or nuts before your routine is an excellent option.

Any of these foods is a good option to consume, before exercising. What you should avoid are saturated fats or heavy liquids.

Do not exercise on an empty stomach! It could harm your health.

Why Its not good to exercise on an empty stomach?

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