Nutrition Recovery

How bad for your body is that post-gym beer?

Kamal Patel is a director of Examine.com, the research-based resource on supplementation and nutrition, and a nutrition researcher with an MPH and MBA from Johns Hopkins University. He is based in San Francisco, California. Nothing quite quenches a thirst like a pint of ice-cold beer, especially at the end of a long hard week, or even at the end of a day that’s contain a long, hard and sweaty workout. And because lager contains both energy-replacing carbohydrates and hydration-helping electrolytes many a wishful drinker has been quick to toast a tough session with a couple of cold ones. But just…
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