Food is fuel.
Exercise needs this fuel so that you have the energy to train at a worthwhile intensity.
How do you do this?
Eat a mix of carbs, some fats, and protein roughly 2-3 hours before you exercise.
The food won’t weigh down your stomach but still serves the energy you need.
Without some food, you may feel lightheaded, hungry, and lacking in the spark you need to have a great workout.
But what happens during a workout if you're eating low-calorie food like It's Skinny noodles or pasta?
It's Skinny products are made from konjac, so it only has 9 calories, 0 net carbs, and is low glycemic.
From a "food is fuel" perspective, it may seem like a low-calorie food is less-than-ideal, but It's Skinny noodles are, in fact, a near-perfect pre-workout snack for anyone looking to lose weight.