When it comes to maximizing your nutrition and improving your eating habits, a good meal prep session is really the best way to be (and stay) successful in your eating habits. After all, for those of us with busy work weeks (and let's be honest, that's pretty much everyone), something simple as eating breakfast or having a lunch ready to go can seem like nothing short of a miracle.
It’s one of my clients’ most common questions: “What should I eat before a workout?” I don’t blame them for asking. Your food choice, or lack of choice, can result in serious GI distress, vomiting, decreased athletic performance, muscle breakdown, sluggishness or blood sugar imbalance. While the best pre-workout foods can be highly individualized and dependent on your metabolism, there are some general principles to follow.