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Celebrity Trainer Reveals 3 Favorite Pre-Workout Snacks

The proof is in the pudding.

Megan Roup, a former Brooklyn Nets dancer who trains Dakota Johnson, Karlie Kloss and other stars, reveals her three favorite energizing pre-workout snacks: chia pudding, carrots and hummus, plus peanut butter and The jelly.

“I love an afternoon snack of chia pudding made with chia seeds, almond milk, and blueberries,” Roup told EatingWell last month, adding that she prefers to use milk of Califia Farms organic almond for its mixture.

“I love an afternoon snack of chia pudding made with chia seeds, almond milk, and blueberries,” Roup told EatingWell last month. New Africa – stock.adobe.com

Chia seeds are the key component of chia pudding: they have been shown to lower blood pressure, fight inflammation, promote weight loss and increase energy with their nutritious combination of protein, fats and fiber.

Nutrient-rich blueberries have also been praised for reducing inflammation, aiding muscle recovery, and suppressing fatigue while promoting brain function.

“Carrots provide simple carbohydrates for quick fuel and hummus contains fiber to carry you through the end of your workout,” praised a registered dietitian nutritionist. Peter Hermes Furian – stock.adobe.com

Looking to try a protein-rich chia pudding? A Los Angeles bariatric coach who says she lost 70 pounds in three months swears by this “secret recipe.”

Roup and other fitness enthusiasts, meanwhile, consider carrots and hummus a pre-exercise staple.

“When it comes to choosing the best pre-workout snack, I look for a combination that provides simple, unrefined carbohydrates (for quick fuel) and a small amount of protein, fiber or fat for better endurance to support you throughout the workout,” Kara Lydon, a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor and yoga instructor, once told Self magazine.

“Carrots provide simple carbohydrates for quick fuel and hummus contains fiber to carry you through the end of your workout,” Lydon continued.

Roup is also a fan of “good old peanut butter and jelly” – a popular snack during ultramarathons. natashamam35 – stock.adobe.com

And finally, Roup is also a fan of “good old peanut butter and jelly” – a popular snack during ultramarathons.

Women’s Running Magazine calls PB&Js “an underrated running snack,” noting that whole-wheat bread can contain essential vitamins, fiber and carbohydrates; jelly contains easily digestible carbohydrates and simple sugars; and peanut butter contains protein and healthy fats.

“Look for natural peanut butters and don’t worry about oils that come on a fresh jar. Simply mix before scooping,” the outlet advised.

New York Post

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