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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by itsme, Jan 8, 2006.

  1. itsme

    itsme White Belt

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    ok i got a question,If i want to lose weight, is it better to eat breakfast right before i run in the morning? or right after? And as for breakfast, i usually just eat a bowl of cereal and some boiled eggs. (Needing answers from people who have done it and seen results.) Thanks in advance!
     
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    wenispinkle Skankin' It Easy...

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    So do eat before
     
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    I've always had good results doing cardio before breakfast, but no real proof that its a benefit.
     
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    It's a personal preference. Some people get hit with hunger pains right after they wake up, some don't. I don't. I do cardio (treadmill) in the mooring after a light stretch. Then I take a shower and eat breakfast in that order. Try it both ways and see which one works for you. You can also go hybrid and eat a really light snack before your cardio (banana or WW toast) and then have a real breakfast afterwards. If you eat a full breakfast before you run, you might get sick. I would.
     
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    ya i tried doin cardio then eating breakfast after, and i feel pretty good, i dont get hunger pains. i think imma stick with this method, thanks guys
     

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