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Popular Foods Taken By Runners
Small Bagel with Peanut (or Almond) Butter
If you're a morning runner, you know it can be tough to hit the road on an empty stomach. It's been several hours since your last meal the night before, and your energy stores are low. Eating a 100-to 300-calorie snack before your morning run can give you energy and staying power. This quick-and-easy snack has carbs and protein, plus it's easy to digest.
If you need a carb-packed energy-booster before an afternoon run, it's hard to go wrong with a banana. A bonus: Bananas contain loads of potassium, which regulates blood pressure and reduces the risk of stroke.
Your legs can take a pounding from high-impact activities like running: soreness you feel after a hard run may be caused by micro-tears in the exercised muscles. That's why, in addition to their high fiber content, berries are a good option for runners; the vitamin C and potassium they contain help the body repair itself.
This nutritional powerhouse has vitamin C, potassium, fiber, and phytochemicals, all key for peak performance and health.
Low-Fat Yogurt
Running and other weight-bearing exercise can help you improve your bone density. But calcium is an essential part of the equation, and many runners don't get enough. One cup of yogurt contains a third of your recommended daily intake of calcium. Plus, yogurt has protein - important for building muscle and recovering from tough workouts.
Lean Beef
In addition to being a quality protein source, beef is high in iron, an especially important element for runners. (Iron deficiency can lead to fatigue.) For vegetarians, beans, peas, green leafy vegetables, and iron-fortified cereals are good sources of iron.

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