Pre-Workout Nutrition

How to Maximize (or Jeopardize) Your chance to Burn Fat and Improve
(The truth is the opposite of what you were told)

Pre-Workout Nutrition

I’d like to put the record straight regarding pre-workout nutrition. This is a tricky topic that requires a short biological and science overview, so bear with me.

Growing body of research indicates that nature selects underfed species for extended life-span and vice versa – it shortens the life expectancy of overfed species. Humans are no exception.

The human body evolved to thrive under nutritional stress.

It is hard to accept the harsh reality of this phenomenon, when so many people are overfed (and overweight) and everything around seems so routinely normal. Regardless, you need to be aware of the life-extending benefits of underfeeding and fasting vs. the life-shortening risk associated with overfeeding and lack of fasting. But there is more to that.

Recent research at the University of Southern California reveals that extreme intermittent fasting induces even stronger rejuvenating effects on cells and tissues than those coming from mild fasting or underfeeding; apparently due to one factor – Pre-Workout Nutrition

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2 thoughts on “Pre-Workout Nutrition

  1. Interesting read, I have never really given fasting a go, unless you count stop eating after a certain time of night. Would fasting be recommended if a person was satisfied with their size and weight?

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