Energy drinks do not hydrate the body and often lead to dehydration. An increased level of caffeine in the body from energy drinks can lead to stomach problems, panic attacks, anxiety, and cardiac arrhythmias. Caffeine is also known to mask the symptoms of fatigue. When symptoms of fatigue are not apparent, the body is already overworked while the person is continuing to do activity, which puts further strain on the heart.
oh oh i wasnt being funny dan :) its just i was told 20ish years ago by my dietitian that he best thing to give yourself energy before and after running is what i stated. its amazing the things you remember :)
complex carbohydrates like wholegrain bread. Yoghurt is great, it has a really low glycemic index so it releases energy slowly. For more energy faster, fruit is great.
I just read yesterday that beef jerky is a good idea. It's packed with proteins, and now some producers are adding in vitamins and things to help athletes.
i wouldnt recommend eating then running... dextrose tablets are good for energy. they are lucozade in tablet form.
oh yeah, haha I didnt think that through with my answer! I dont run...
how about some good ol' heart healthy bacon :D
energy drink! or eat pasta
:D good idea love