The number of pounds you lose and the effectiveness of your workout plan depend largely on what you eat before and after exercise. A knowledgeable personal trainer can help you set up a nutritional program custom tailored to you fitness goals. If your goal is weight loss? In order to lose weight in a healthy and effective way. The client needs to select the right foods. Before and after their physical activity. What you are looking for is a food that will nourish your body.Choosing the right foods is very important when exercising. It is very important to be nutritionally feed  before a workout and after.

What to eat before exercise

Having a healthy snack  before going to the gym or starting with your  at-home workout routine is really important. It is particularly important what type of food you choose.  With the right selection you can expect to recharge the body with strength and increase the effects of the effort you put during your exercises  session. Which will reflect in your results. If you eat before you begin exercising, You are actually preventing the drop of blood sugar which can lead to headaches and dizziness. Food should be consumed about 45 minutes before exercise. You should choose a healthy combination of small amounts of proteins and carbohydrates. For example, good sources of these nutrients are bananas, eggs, yogurt with natural fruit, oatmeal, whole grain products, fruit smoothies etc. Eating 45 minutes before a workout session ensures that you will be able to stabilize blood sugar levels and have enough nutrition to hold you over a strenuous workout.

A few other good examples of foods suitable after exercise are fresh vegetables with hummus, a mixture of grains with small traces of sugar, Nut butters  such as peanut butter or almond butter, omelet made of egg and low fat cheese of your choice, and chicken breast with rice.

What to eat after exercise

After an  intense training session is finished. The body needs proteins for muscle growth and recovery. Along with carbohydrates to restore the glycogen lost in your muscles.  What you need is food that contains complex carbohydrates. You need a balanced meal that has about 250 calories. This meal should be consumed within an hour after the exercise is finished. According to many experts, you will need one or two portions of carbs (vegetables and fruits or whole grains), proteins and at least one portion of so-called healthy fats. Even 25  grams of protein can make significant change in the recovery process.

A few other good examples of foods suitable after exercise are fresh vegetables with hummus, a mixture of grains with small traces of sugar Nut butters  such as peanut butter or almond butter, omelet made of egg whites, or chicken breast with rice.Fresh vegetables are probably the best option because they contain large amount of water which is necessary after the exercise is finished and the perfect amount of sugar. Of course, there are many  other meals that can help you achieve your goal. For example, a grilled chicken salad  made of fresh vegetables including cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers mixed with cheese of your choice, olive oil and sea salt. You can also try many tasty recipes that you can create. Get creative.