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Some individuals believe that exercising on an empty stomach will allow your body to burn more stored fat while you exercise. Since your muscles' most easily available energy sources - blood sugar and stored carbohydrates - are low, your body will need to dip into body fat stores to supply you with the energy you need. In theory, and in some research, this appears to be a legitimate position to take. However, one concern with this method involves the fact that low blood sugar levels also equal low energy levels. Often, people will find that they don't exercise as intensely on an empty stomach due to a lack of energy. Other individuals, however, have no exercising on an empty stomach. Whether or not they are burning more body fat is still open for debate. Conventional wisdom holds that you should have something small prior to your exercise so you don't run out of fuel.
Many individuals attempt to exercise on an empty stomach and then eat right after exercising. For some, this proves problematic as well. During exercise, your body shunts blood away from the internal organs and out to the working muscles, where it is needed for continued exercise. Immediately after exercise, your body is still in this heightened exercise condition and may have difficulty digesting a meal. Again, others find that they can exercise and immediately eat without any negative consequences.
If you choose to eat before exercising, you should eat a small snack 30-60 minutes prior to exercising. A good option is to consume a drink that includes a moderate amount of calories prior to your exercise. This will eliminate the need for a great deal of digestive work and will supply you with fuel for your exercise.