Fueling Before, During and After Exercise

Consuming carbohydrate prior to exercise can help performance by "topping off" muscle and liver glycogen stores. Consuming carbohydrate during exercise can improve performance by maintaining blood glucose levels and carbohydrate oxidation. Finally, ingesting carbohydrate after glycogen-depleting exercise facilitates rapid glycogen restoration, especially among athletes engaged in daily hard training or tournament activity.
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