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The Basics of Eating Before or After an Intense Walk. Knowing whether or not you should eat before a workout can be tricky — some believe eating a small bite provides extra energy, while others swear by fasted cardio and want to avoid side effects like digestion problems and muscle cramps. Walking Before a Meal Walking within a half hour or so of eating a meal decreases the amount of sugar and fats that accumulate in the blood after eating, especially when they originate from foods high in protein or carbohydrates. Physical activity also stimulates your metabolism, which burns energy and calories.

Eat: A mini-lettuce turkey wrap (1 piece of iceberg or romaine lettuce + 1-ounce piece of turkey or chicken + a thin spread of mustard + a slice of a crunchy veggie, like red pepper, cucumber or. Researchers recommend a brief post-meal walk spanning for 15 minutes as ideal for improving digestion and blood sugar levels. But, fitness freaks and health-conscious people must ensure they consume food in low or moderate amounts and then opt for walking. Fast-paced walking after consuming a heavy meal is not recommended.

Aim to consume a small meal or snack of carbs and protein (like chocolate milk) as soon as possible after your workout ends, preferably within 30 minutes to optimize recovery benefits. At this time, you should also be thinking of replenishing the fluids you lost. To do this, replace each pound lost during training with about 16 ounces of fluids.

Ideally, fuel up two hours before you exercise by: Hydrating with water. Eating healthy carbohydrates such as whole-grain cereals (with low-fat or skim milk), whole-wheat toast, low-fat or fat-free yogurt, whole grain pasta, brown rice, fruits and vegetables. Taking a walk after you eat really is good for you. A post-meal stroll helps control blood sugar spikes—especially after dinner.

Don’t forget to drink fluids. You need adequate fluids before, during and after exercise to help prevent dehydration. To stay well hydrated for exercise, the American College of Sports Medicine recommends that you: Drink roughly 2 to 3 cups (473 to 710 milliliters) of water during the two to three hours before your workout.

Before starting this assignment, I would usually take a walk after lunch, as moving around always helped me lose that groggy over-stuffed lunch feeling. But I changed things up and started walking. Walking Before a Meal Walking within a half hour or so of eating a meal decreases the amount of sugar and fats that accumulate in the blood after eating, especially when they originate from foods high in protein or carbohydrates.

Physical activity also stimulates your metabolism, which burns energy and calories.

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a morning walk also kick-starts one’s metabolism (some people use orange juice and coffee as morning stimulants), and moving well (regularity/consistency is key) before eating is as important to staying bien dans sapeau as eating well (balanced meals).

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The next evening, she engaged in mindful eating and deliberately brought her strength of curiosity to the process immediately before snacking (walking from her kids’ bedroom to the kitchen), during the snacking (standing at her counter), and after her snacking (feeling bloated and lying on the couch).

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Lying down after eating lunch and walking after dinner are recommended.

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Eat at a leisurely pace, relax after eating, don’t lie down right after eating (wait 2 to 3 hours), and don’t exercise right after eating (since exercise draws blood away from the stomach and impairs digestion).

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Eating begins before and lasts after the first bite is taken.

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The walk, if taken after breakfast, should not be long or quick.

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“Regular eating” is generally introduced shortly after the guided education, and it is the first time that patients are asked to change the way that they eat.

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During the following weeks, as with hunger, participants are encouraged to tune into fullness at varying times of the day both during and after eating different types of food to get to know their own unique sensations of fullness at different levels, and to try to identify levels that feel more comfortable for them.

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• After the last meal and before the beginning of exercise, foods that have a long gastric emptying time (i.e., foods high in fat, protein, and fiber) should be avoided, as should unaccustomed foods and beverages.

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However, a light walk is okay and even recommended after a meal.

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  • As always I hope all of you enjoy the video. I see a lot of questions about not eating anything before a workout and training in a fasted state. While yes this is fine, you will want to eat some kind of fast digesting source of protein soon after your workout to drive up protein synthesis and to see the best results for your muscles. I go over the topic of fasted training in depth throughout the video. Just watch the video and pay attention. Also, the 15 science-backed sources used for this video are all listed in the description if you’d like to read the studies for yourself. Thanks for tuning in.

  • WHOA your mathematics addition is good!!
    I can’t even plus that fast…..
    But anyway I believe in you, I’ve been doing everything that you tell me about in your video.
    The ANSWER is i gain one fat muscle on my ass!!!
    How is that happened??����������
    Maybe I ate too much protein…

  • I unsubscribed mate, becz your talks are too tricky plus I feel like you make video in a manner which only professionals understand well. Make your content a bit simple so that people can understand.

  • I was taught. Always eat after a workout.
    The days of rest.
    Take a leisurely walk before breakfast.
    Also my best performance and gains. Were on an animal protein free diet.!!!

  • You know I workout in the morning I had a banana,an apple,few almonds and green tea just 1/2 an hour before workout.And I am watching this video to check that what I ate was appropriate or not and also to get some idea what to eat after this video since my workout is done now!

  • Of course there are some studies that indicate that preand during-workout carbs may blunt the release of interleukin-6, an important protein that provides the stimulus for hypertrophy. Which means if you’re one of the 5% of the population that already has reduced IL-6 function, you might be KILLING YOUR GAINS!!!!!!!!

  • I’ve list 95 lbs 257 162. I still have a belly, but other than that I’m pretty lean. Should I focus on loosing the belly fat? Or should I start putting on muscle and hope it goes away as I get stronger?

  • It’s not complicated guys, I am a sports nutritionist and I will give you straightforward pieces of advice:

    -Never have carb-rich meals before your workout (1 to 30 min prior to the workout) you will suffer from reactive hypoglycemia
    -Load carbs during the day before your workout with slow digesting sources such as oats, rhye, barley…
    -Amino acids pre and during workouts don’t have any effect, and I mean BCAAs.
    -You can have a protein shake around an hour before your workout so that your digestive system wouldn’t be sucking up all the blood from your system during your workout.
    -Post-workout shakes are great! Add to that some white rice or potatoes (cold potatoes are the best since they are resistant starches) or a banana (just had one myself) to replenish your glycogen, otherwise you’d be relying on your muscles for energy. We don’t want that!

    This guy is great, the video is just a bit overloaded. If you have any questions, I will be glad to assist.

  • Failure for years and years you are my eye opener mate that is superb….wow…hope this will bring successsssss this time its all about howwhat-when do you eat your meal that matters

  • Hello there! Thanks for this useful video. By the way, I hear many people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (search on google), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you thought about Custokebon Secrets? I have heard many great things about it and my sister lost a ton of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me:(

  • Actually it´s pretty simple…
    Fat loss:
    Pre-Workout: nothing
    After Workout: lots of proteine
    Muscle Gain:
    Pre-Workout: carbs
    after Workout: lots of proteine

  • Generally it was told that before 2 hours of gym workout we have to eat protein food or protine milk shake. But those who start the workout at 6 in the morning what they have to eat or drink please reply

  • 12:54 To save you 13 minutes and sum things up, eat a well balanced diet high in whole, fresh foods. Make sure you have some food in you for fuel before workouts. Replenish nutrients AFTER your workout and make sure it includes some protein! Simple concepts taken way way too far

  • Anyone know what is Custokebon Secrets about? I hear many individuals lost a lot of weight with Custokebon Secrets (search on google).

  • As expert, I believe Custokebon Secrets is good way to lost a ton of weight. Why not give it a chance? perhaps it is going to work for you too.

  • why only egg whites? The yolk contains only 2-3g of fat which is further is good cholesterol and does not increase body cholesterol and it also contains multivitamins and antioxidants which is very good for the body. plz, reply.

  • Anybody tested out the Custokebon Secrets (search on google)? I’ve heard several awesome things about this popular weight loss methods.

  • Totally lost.

    Here is a secret in a short way. This dude talks too much.

    You need a preworkout meal 1-2hours before.

    You then train hard. This then releases growth hormone and uses the amino acids in your body to build muscle while insulin is low.

    Do not drink any post workout drinks straightaway.. As soon as you do the insulin will spike which will stop growth hormone working. Just eat 3 hours after.

    Thank you.

  • Is it good to eat a Banana or apple in the morning in empty stomach as a pre workout food? Or can i do my workouts in empty stomach??
    My morning start at 7:15 am,,after freshen up at 8.00 am I drink one glass of water after 15-20 mins I wanna do my workouts but I don’t feel energetic & also feel a little bit of hunger, so i eat some water-soaked moong,Channa mixture..but it is said that take minimum 50 minutes of gap between pre-work meal & your exercises and for this reason I have to take break for atleast 1 hour and it’s 9:30 am i go to finish my workouts but it’s very let…. Then again a 15 mins break & finally I eat my breakfast at 10:30 am ������… I’m so confused that I’m doing wrong…
    Anybody here to help me…? ����

  • Your title and your explanation didnt match so you left many of us confused, just say what to eat before and after workout, not what other people think

  • What about a pre workout lunch/ meal for a vegan or vegetarian? anyone know what to eat and how long before the workout or the cardio session?

  • Your knee shouldn’t be straight and stretched like that.. you’ll most likely have an accident or bad thoughts associated with your over extension w/stretching

  • It’s good to eat before working out it builds more muscle and gives you more Energy just make sure to drink water with it hope that helps

  • Hi, I really want to know why Am I feeling so uncomfortable with my stomach like there’s too much inside. Today was my 2nd day of abs challenge so I work out before I had lunch and then I ate and they were like 10 minutes between work out and lunch, and then i felt like food just gathered together and I’ve been like this like 4 hours, It doesn’t feel good. Was it bad to eat almost immediately?

  • In few words:
    we are all different
    if you want to eat then workout, wait a bit so you don’t get nauseas.
    If you work out then eat that’s fine too.
    Just keep up a healthy diet that is balanced and avoid all kinds of fast food, sugar, soda and saturated fats.
    Drink lots of water and be happy ��

  • I have some doubt sis…..
    What is the correct time to drink green tea,before workout or after workout because i usually do workout after getting up early in the morning.I wake up at 5.30 and do workout at 6.00 AM so i m just confused….
    Plsss help me sissyy…..

  • I love the last sentence, like it’s obvious, but sometimes myself included waste too much time thinking about these details when the important thing is actually going to the gym:)

  • I can’t believe I just watched a video that I kind of already knew the answer to.
    Basically, eating before helps with longer duration, which makes sense cuz your body can only take so much of those stored fatty acids before running into overdrive.

  • The conclusions of the study “The myths surrounding pre-exercise carbohydrate feeding.” are kind of confusing: “It can be concluded that advice to avoid carbohydrate feeding in the hour before exercise is unfounded. Nevertheless athletes may develop symptoms similar to those of hypoglycaemia, even though they are rarely linked to actual low glucose concentrations.” Not sure if pre-exercise carbs are good or bad.

  • Are people really this stupid that they benefit from these vids?
    Learn to listen to your body and follow what it needs. Youll find you go deep spiritual too

  • Your body uses the stored energy even if you eat before exercise. It takes a couple of hours for your body to digest and process what you have put into it. So therefore it has no effect on anything. Eat or not, there is no difference.

    But if you don’t eat for a long duration and exercise, then it could have negative side effects on your body.

    I would recommend eating before or right after an exercise. Prolonged fasting & exercise together can be damaging to your health.

    An internet doctor ��

  • @Fit Tuber sir, can we eat Two Banana with a gap of 20 mins then followed by a glass of milk and a gap of 20-30 mins then followed by a 30gms of simply roasted peanut?

  • Hey pls don’t promote that ready to cook masala oats as it contains tons of color n all…instead cut fresh veggies..cook them n then add plain rolled oats.

  • Sir i am vegetarian.
    I want to fit my loose belly muscles.
    I feel weakness after workout.
    Tell me some home made healthy recipes and shakes too

  • Omg I’m in 21 days challenge this my 11 th day
    .. daily I’m doing exercises without this food only water I’m taking Im vry tired and giddiness

  • Wake up EARLY, Drink a good whey shake 1 hr b4 training then 30 mins B4 drink pre workout
    Go to gym and Train hard! Post workout: creatine then 30-60 mins eat HIGH PROTEIN & some carbs and fat for breakfast. 2-3 then have a whey shake. 2-3 hours lunch, 2-3 hours a snack focused on protein and little carbs. 2-3 hours dinner. 1-2 hours after dinner…casein shake b4 bed. Sleep and repeat.

  • Bhai everything is good,but video is running faster. Little bit slower will help to note down. Whatever you are writing on screen it should be visible 4,5 second more.

  • i cant aford anything grass fed sadly. i only 120 if that a month to spend on food. =/
    and all i have is home workouts its all i can aford to do..

  • 1st time watch your video and glad to say that I got cleared about the pre and post workout meals,but I request you to clarify my idea about daily meals that should be taken for me.
    My age is 29 and my waight is 65.
    Plz sir….

  • Brother, the first thing that people who do not understand English is not even to watch your video, so the video is made in Hindi so that everyone understands, you are in India.

  • I used to workout in the morning. Now I am having oats+paneer+low fat milk before 2 hours of my workout and 1 banana before 20 mins of my workout. Post workout I consume Whey protein with peanut butter.. After consuming protein shake will have protein and simple carbs 30 mins post.. Is this looks good or I have to adjust something. Please help. Thanks in advance..

  • You mentioned in one of your videos that in Ayurveda, banana and milk combination doesn’t go well. And here you have recommended this shake for pre workout?

  • Fit tuber……can home workout be enough to get a good body posture and physique……i mean a not so bulk but quit good bodybuilding…….
    Plz bust this myth

  • What exactly is Custokebon Secrets? How does this thing really work? I notice many people keep on speaking about this popular lose weight methods.

  • Sir I am 47year/5.3/83weight knee me pain h hip /peet jada h Q. Question hai ki morning mein warm water ke kitni der bad fruit khana chahie aur uske kitni der ke bad workout karna chahie please please please tell me

  • Can we Workout Empty Stomach or we need some sort of drink before workout or fruits?
    I am doing Intermittent Fasting and Do Workout in morning time so how do I manage my post workout meal or breakfast as I don’t eat till 10 am morning due to intermittent fasting..
    I am so confused Vivek Bhai Please Reply…you have inspired me so much to do exercises please reply…

  • Sir how many meals should we have in day?
    Like I workout in the night. After working out can I combine my post workout meal and dinner together?

  • When should we eat sprouts then? I have gone through your video which was about how to eat sprouts, I tried them it is so easy to eat after the customisations? But when to eat sprouts you haven’t mentioned them here

  • Video is very good useful but I request you to plz make in हिन्दी if possible to understand for me न other people also… �� �� �� Cheers bro… Good luck �� �� ��

  • this is the first time i watched your video and i love how u simplified the entire video with simple foods. very genuine!! thanks..

  • Fructose is the Worst Sugar on this Earth. it’s even in Sweet potatoes(really Bad for you). There’s no insulin response to Fructose, hence the body can’t use it. In fact, only the Liver can deal with it & turn most of it to fat & the Worst Kind of fat.

  • In Thomas’ more recent videos he recommends high glycemic carbs post-workout, so which one is it?? Carbs.. protein?.. Fat?? Doesn’t replenishing glycogen stores with carbs after a workout help muscle growth? Very confusing when one video contradicts another.

  • What to eat is still not clear. He showed some bananas before the work out,:-) but then he said wait for 15 minutes and then dive into Protein, WTF?

  • Overcomplicated. Too confusing.
    “This study shows this is right…But another one shows the opposite!”
    Barely any useful informations to begin with. Very poorly done. Waste of almost 13min,don’t do it to yourself.

  • Im 63, a vegan, and training with HITT with kettle bells 5 days a week, I watch your videos but I feel overwhelmed with all of the information that you provide. my goal is intermittent fasting, and high protein vegan meal. what can your program assist me with, which program should I buy?

  • I am from Bangladesh. I want to know that if i do my work out early in the morning then can i take these reciepies before taking warm lemon water??

  • Do you recommend to eat before workout? Or eating protein after workout? What about if im fasting, working out and then fasting and eat after 3 hrs?

  • Bro, U said don’t add curd and banana together.. But u added in spinach smoothie.. Please clear my doubt bro.. Love from Tamilnadu❤️

  • Very useful tips… 2hrs before my workout, had my carbs first and then 30min later protein. Don’t forget to drink plenty of room temperature water.

  • Hi Thomas its me again? I noticed that you don’t have any women in your videos? Does this video here, is it only geared towards men or are there different allowances for women concerning what you’re talking about pre meals, please elaborate on that too. If this does apply to women also, it really would be nice if you Threw some women in your vids that way when we see your video we don’t think it’s only towards men, I’m just saying…. so that w women don’t think it’s just for men��

  • so would you recommend broccoli for post workout also for women since it lowers estrogen levels…..if not then what can we as women eat?

  • totally opposite what dr. berg said. Dr. Berg said eat protein first, then carbs. Who should I listen to? They both make sense to me.

  • i didnt get if we should eat before6 or after? and how much space should we have between eating and exercise? can i drink some water before exercise and eat food after that for morning and for an exercise about an hour long?

  • Hii… My name is simran pandey and i am living in Lucknow…my question is for you… Ki aapne workout and exercise start krne se pehle doctor se suggestion liya tha… Ya aapne jim join kiya tha… Mere kuch doubts h ki aapne apna wait losse kiss types se start kiya… Like exercise, food and most important ki aap starting me din me kitne time and kitne derr tk workout krti thi…and please mere ye problem and doubts clear kijiye…. Plzzzzzzzzzz������ mai pane wait ko lekr kaafi serious hu… Mai jyada heavy nhi hu… Mera wait 50kg h…meri 3 problems h 1st my heavy breast 2nd belly fat and 3rd thigh fat… Please issko lekr koi usefully workout bataaiye… Ya fir video banaiye… I request you… Please solve my problems

  • Good video, but I would add some cartoons or at least a white board and marker because you were flying through all of the molecular jargon.

  • I don’t see why people criticize Mike Chang and Six Pack Shortcuts. I can understand the criticism for the “Afterburn Effect” and stuffing your face with whatever, but besides that, non of the information we get from these people on this channel is biased.Much respect, keep doing what you guys are doing and bring back Mike!

  • Were talking about pre workout food and…. BOOM! quick couple of pressups on a bridge.. thats insane man, you took it to a whole new level! #Savage

  • So you eat carbs before a workout to get energy and after the workout you eat protein for example a proteinbar, vegatables etc? for the best results?

  • it’s simple if you want to gain lean muscle and target fat loss you need a health and clean habit of eating in the correct portions, eating those foods at certain times, and managing your cheat meals if you do them properly. if you do that and train hard then it’s simple.

  • I’m confused how does separating carbs and proteins by 15 mins make a difference. Doesn’t food sit in your stomach for about four hours? So isn’t all of it going there and mixing and then all is released to the small intestine?

  • Why do his biceps looks so fake? If they are shaped like that in rest it usually means the use of some aggressive steroids. Now, I am not saying he’s on roids, but it does look really off somehow.

  • So you eat high fat high protein 20-30 minutes after your workout no carbs and then 2 hours after that high fat low carb when do you eat your carbs

  • Hi Vivek, I really like your videos.
    Btw, could you please tell me when and what kind of water (hot or cold or room temperature) should we drink after work out and how long after working out?

    Thank you in advance

  • I hope that somebody can help me how many body parts I can exercise in a single workout thank you you don’t know how much appreciate you help

  • I eat black chana sprouts after workout (my workout session is of 30 min).

    But I eat Daal daily.

    Paneer sirf lunch me hi bantaa hai kbhi kabhi,

    Can’t have eggs, whey protein or low fat milk����

  • Wtf!!! Just say 1 hour before workout eat 30g of carbs (brown bread and a banana) 30g protein (eggs or protein shake) after training same again there simple. Have a good day people:D

  • Hi mam I am from Kerala…my currently weight is 69 kg so Ur videos as inspired me so much……… now I am in weight loss chalange and following UR ways…… I am trust in u..����������..

  • Hi somya I am from aurangabad and I am doing breast exercise but I don’t have capacity to it 100 or 150 time what should I do?????

  • Di I am only 16 years old and my weight is 65.I m very upset of my weight because I look elder then my age. My daily routine is very busy but in lockdown I started workout but it’s not work so much.

  • Pre workout eat rice and chicken or rice and fish. Post some simple sugars and rice and chicken.
    This is probably the best pre and post meals everything else ��

  • Dii kya m koi protein powder le skte ho.. M Mrng evng dono tym ghr p wrkout krti hu Dumbles se b aur aapki Sri excrcise b.. But body week hojti h tw kya m koi protein powder lelu jisse weight loss b ho aur fat loss b

  • Hey Thomas. I see some videos where you say you are fasting before and after your workout and eating in the evening. Then on other videos you are recommending eating fruit before the workout. I’m intermittent fasting and skipping breakfast while working out in the morning. My trainer wants me to eat carbs before and after my workout. I’m confused. Please can anyone shed some light here?

  • Hi somya I am hina from age is 30. I have 16month problem is my upper bodyfat is too.plz recommend me how I reduce my upper body fat without reduce face my face in shapeup…plzzz plzzz tell me..

  • Hello Sowmya.. U r doing grt job… Im a lecturer…. Engaged in lot of clses in colg and Tuitn… I crave for food…. I couldn’t reduce weight than my expectation…. Pls I need ur valuable suggestion

  • Aapki bahut se videos h… But mai kahan se start karu kuch smjh nhi aa raha so please guide me for my health and healthy diet….

  • Hai soumya im one of your viewer.. i got started my workout from march 13 and today is the 25 th day of my workout.. bt i donot loss weight till now can u give me a good suggestion for my fast weight loss.. plz rply..

  • I watched ur all vedios..u r really an inspiration for me… because before 2 years I lost 22 kg in 5months..I used to do all ur remedies which u did but from the net n I am watching ur vedio n sochri hn ye sb to me krti thi

  • I am 15 yrs old girl…
    Ma’am I have been strictly recommended by my doctor not to have ginger and things that contain caffine….
    Please suggest me a drink that will boost me up during workout and give me effective results…

  • Hi somya, I have a 2 years kid n I’m having rheumatoid orthotics since 6 yrs because of steroids I gained 25kgs of weight plz suggest me dite n workouts. Thxq

  • Guys. lost a lot of fat does not need to be hard (I used to feel it did). I will give you some tips right now. Get a popular fat burn secrets called Custokebon Secrets (google it). Thanks to it I have lost a ton of weight. I probably should not even be speaking about it cause I do not want a bunch of other guys out there running exactly the same game but whatever. I’m just in a excellent mood right now and so I will share the wealth lol.

  • God bless all your souls for marvellous eternal life! there will never be a end! set for eternal life! may all your families have a eternal God loving relationship! Amen <3:)

  • Mam I was in correct weight of 64 kgs and I gained more weight within 2 years can get back to my before weight can you help me make

  • Been trying to do this before taking a nice 2.5 mile (That’s 4km for people outisde the US) walk. Then I realised that I have the absolute worst balance in the world. This is gonna be fun.

  • Why is it so hard being human?? Other animals don’t have even give a moment’s thought about how to get energy, what to eat, etc.
    Their bodies know exactly what to do.

  • FYI… I too couldn’t understand this instructor. No hate & no reason for someone 2 make a comment that they can understand her. I saw someone leaving that type of comment on someone’s thread. That’s totally unnecessary. I didn’t c anywhere where this person was being rude & neither am I. As a matter of fact I LOVE accents & was surprised I found it frustrating when I couldn’t understand the instructor. I need English to b the persons language for me when I need 2 understand something. Which is why I no longer see a doctor that has an accent. I dated a Persian for five years & enjoyed our conversations as a whole but if I didn’t understand I could ask until I did. Again no hate just can’t follow directions if I can’t understand them. ��