Eating During Exercise
Managing food intake during long events without risking performanceMedia
An Evidence-Based resource from the Sports Dietetics - USA subunit of SCAN.
Eating during exercise can boost performance, improve recovery, and prevent dehydration. This fact sheet reviews when and how to use food and fluids as fuel during exercise, with specific examples.
Length: 1 page, single-sided
Intended Audience: Patients/Clients, Public
Key Words: Athletes, Exercise, Marathons, Running, Fuel Blend, Fluids, Sweat Loss, Fluid Loss, Carbohydrate, Electrolytes, Hydration, Sports Drinks
Written by SCAN registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) to provide nutrition guidance. The key to optimal meal planning is individualization. Contact a SCAN RDN or a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) for personalized nutrition plans. Access “Find a SCAN RDN” a www.scandpg.org or by phone at 800.249.2875.
Copyright: © 2016 Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition (SCAN)