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Old 10-30-2007, 04:13 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Patrick Donnelly View Post
- Eat a post-workout meal 1-2 hours after finishing, with ~75% of your daily carbohydrates in it using high-GI fruit. The rest of the carbohydrates in the day should be vegetables/nuts. No fat in the post-workout meal.
At the nutrition seminar Greg mentioned that you do not want fructose as part of your post workout meal. Fructose will not replenish muscle glycogen, rather it goes to replacing liver glycogen first.
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