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How To Fuel Your Run and Still Lose Weight
Many runners overestimate how many calories they burn during their training, so they end up over-fueling, which in its turn, leads to a weight gain, not a loss.
Let's check what to eat and what to keep in mind to be able to lose weight upon regular training.

  1. Include weight-losing products to your meals: avocado, nuts, eggs, bananas, and full-fat Greek yogurt.

  2. Opt for whole grains because they're higher in fiber and protein than white refined starches. Whole grains will keep you feeling full and energized.

  3. Drink a lot of water. Drink water before you are going to eat and after the meal. That will help you eat less but feel full.

  4. Watch your portion sizes. Stop eating before they get too full.

  5. Eat every three to four hours, it helps stabilize your blood sugar and prevents you from binging in between meals and overeating when you sit down for a meal.
All in all, running helps you lose weight, but no way does it give you a license to eat whatever you want, whenever you want. To waste unwanted pounds, you should not only regularly run, but try to follow the above-mentioned eating habits.