Hillsboro

Beaverton

Portland

5289 NE Elam Young Pkwy #130,

Hillsboro, OR 97124

Tel: 503-718-7991

Fax: 971-777-6004

4900 SW Griffith Dr #110, Beaverton, OR 97005

Tel: 503-644-2225

Fax: 503-644-2226

7303 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy

Portland, OR 97225

Tel: 503-297-3825

Fax: 503-297-3827

Hours of Operation:

Mon, Tues, Wed: 8am - 5pm

​Thu: 10am - 5pm

Fri: 8am-4pm

Sat & Sun: Closed

Hours of Operation:

Mon & Wed: 2pm - 5pm

Tue: 8am - 12:30pm

Thurs: 8am - 11am

Fri: 1pm - 4pm

Sat & Sun: Closed

Hours of Operation:

Mon, Wed & Fri: 8am - 1pm

Tue&Thurs: 2pm-5pm

Sat & Sun: Closed

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Question: Alright, so what should I be eating?

June 1, 2017

 If you are running longer than an hour or doing an intense workout, eating a small meal of 300-400 calories an hour and a half prior to your run would be ideal.   That pre-workout meal should consist of carbohydrates. Some examples include: banana and energy bar, small bowl of cereal with milk, toast with peanut butter, or yogurt. Avoid slow-to-digest fatty and high-fiber foods.  Or, try a liquid source like a meal-replacement drink or a fruit smoothie.  Though you can get away with not eating, you'll have a stronger run if you eat something before. If your stomach really gets upset from eating prior to your run or you don’t have the luxury of having that hour and a half time-frame to eat, try eating something small like an energy gel about 30 minutes into your run.  For any run over an hour you use up your carbohydrates stored, so remember to carry some kind of fuel (something small and easy such as gel or shot blocks) with you if you are going past one hour.

 

 

- Dr. Anita LeBlanc

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