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7 Ways Alcohol is Sabotaging Your Fitness Goals

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7 Ways Alcohol is Sabotaging Your Fitness Goals

Alcohol and exercise are never a good combination. Whether it be a post-workout treat, or exercising while hungover, drinking has many adverse affects on your fitness that should be avoided. After a hard workout, it is natural to want an icy-cold beverage. But stand clear of the booze. The way your body reacts to alcohol is completely sabotaging your fitness goals. We talked to experts about how alcohol really does affect your body and your exercise. Lori Kenyon-Farley, Certified Nutritional Consultant and Dr. Carolyn Dean, MD, ND. Both agreed that drinking before or after a workout is highly unadvised. And even working out the next day during a hangover can be very dangerous. “Save the drinking for weekends and special occasions,” advises Lori Kenyon-Farley,” and even then, enjoy in moderation.”

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