What Not to Drink After a Workout. Read this to find out what is better for you.


Sports Drinks
After a workout, you don’t want to consume more calories than you burned. If you've done a particularly hard workout, you may need to replenish your electrolytes, but you don't have to go for a brightly colored sports drink.

Coconut water can replenish your electrolytes just as easily as Gatorade can. According to a study, coconut water has five times more potassium than a typical sports drinks, making it a natural hydration powerhouse.


Caffeine
Your adrenaline is already pumping, so it's not good to add caffeine to the mix. Caffeinated drinks like coffee are not hydrating, nor do they offer you with a sustainable form of energy.

Now, chocolate milk, on the other hand, gives your body the proteins, calcium and essential carbs that it needs to replenish your muscles after a long and draining workout. Yogurt is also a great way to replenish your proteins if you don’t like chocolate milk. It would be best if you got yogurt without sweeteners.


Soda
Soda has a large amount of simple sugars that your body is going to absorb right away if you drink it after a workout. It's also quick-acting energy that will cause you to crash. Soda also has no nutritional benefits and makes you feel more dehydrated because of its highly concentrated sugars.

Instead of reaching for that Coca-Cola, orange juice is always a great way to replenish key vitamins and nutrients after a hard workout. Orange juice boosts your body with carbs and potassium, and it’s packed with vitamin C.

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