27 Nov '13, 2pm

Refuel after a morning run with these fast, tasty, and nutrient-packed breakfasts:

But that's not a free pass to hit the doughnut cart. "You want to eat between 400 and 500 calories with a mix of carbs and protein," says sports dietitian Tara Gidus, R.D. "The carbs replenish glycogen in your muscles, while protein helps to build and repair those muscles." It's also key to eat within 30 minutes of finishing your run. "Otherwise your body starts to break down muscle for energy," says Gidus. These tasty breakfasts offer a wealth of nutrients, contain the ideal amount of calories, carbs, and protein, and are quick and easy to make—so you can refuel well and still get out the door on time.

Full article: http://www.runnersworld.com/nutrition-runners/jump-start?...

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