“As a trail runner for many years, taking care of my nutrition is essential to maintaining my weight goal. A healthy fruit smoothie gives me energy after my run without worrying about too much sugar. Besides the nutritional value and the right amount of sugar it provides, it also allows me to replenish depleted glycogen stores, repair damaged muscle tissues, and enhance my performance for the next run. It also reduces my risk of experiencing bonking, crashing, and headache.”
–DrinkFit Owner, Brian Vogt
Your nutrition must be smartly planned based on your fitness goals (cutting, bulking, maintenance, etc.). According to statistics, the top reason Americans work out is to shape up and lose weight. To achieve your goals, the type of workout is a major factor, but so are your food and beverage choices and the discipline to control specific food intake, such as those containing sugar. Pre, during, and post-nutrition matter. Especially with weight and fat loss goals, low-sugar consumption is something to explore. But first, it is vital to understand how the body works in relation to the food you are taking.