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I'd eat about double what you describe if I were running and lifting and wanted to gain weight. I'd particularly eat more protein: eggs at breakfast (in addition, not instead) and meat for dinner. I'd consider a nightcap of milk or yogurt to top myself off. I'd also consider not running so much if I wanted to gain weight. I'd also drink full-fat milk and ...


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Water should be your top priority and your priorities after that might include a preworkout (or simply caffeine) and/or a small bite to eat such as a fruit. If you are working out shortly after waking up, your body should still be full (or mostly full) on glycogen from the night before unless you did some intense activity after your last meal. Your body will ...


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If eating breakfast makes you feel uncomfortable, and you aren't suffering any obvious problems from not eating it, such as fatigue or hunger prior to your first meal interfering in your morning schedule, or reducing your energy if you workout in the morning, then by all means feel free to continue not eating breakfast. "Breakfast is the most important ...


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Training fasted almost always leads to less energy in the gym. Since you are trying to lose weight, make sure that you are tracking your calorie intake daily to ensure that you stay in a calorie deficit. With the deficit in place, you can eat some fast digesting carbs and protein to give you energy. The old school of thought is that sugar causes you to gain ...


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Instead of the cereals loaded with chocolate you could opt for the Cornflakes kind of breakfast and top it with fruits which you like the most(do not mix sugar again in the milk). Go for muesli if fresh fruits are not available but make sure the muesli contain the fruit but not the added flavour and very less sugar content. This will definitely wean you ...


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The good news is that you can't really eat a worse (as in worse for you) breakfast. :) If you're eating sugary cereals it will probably take a while to get your brain used to the idea that it's not getting a sugar bomb when you wake up, but there are a lot of things you can eat for breakfast that taste sweet, but have some benefits. To stay away from ...


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