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What people put in their bodies before a workout can make or break a training session.
Cardiologists are humans and they, too, come in all shapes and sizes. They are, however, more aware of what goes into their bodies and how it affects, arguably, the most important organ.
You have been running around all day, your energy is slowly depleting and you need a boost. It may be time to grab a bite to eat. There are certain foods that have been proven to help increase energy levels.
Water – even hot water – is indisputably the best drink for the body and mind. The problem is that it’s not particularly tasty.