A Guide To Glycaemic Index (GI) For Runners


Running Nutrition

High GI foods

    Low GI

      Can GI eating help my running?

        Refuelling after a run

        GI energy tips

          GI in the long run

          Running primarily requires slow release energy, and because the foundation of any GI eating plan is on always eating complex carbohydrates, it will optimise your running-specific nutrition, which means that you are giving yourself the best chance of performing well. In addition, you will find that weight management is easier, because you are cutting out the high-fat and low-nutrition foods and supplying your body with a wide range of nutrients.

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