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I'd go for porridge if I had a normal training session at least 3 hours away.
Toast if racing or training within less than 3 hours.
Both can be nutritious (depends on what goes on the toast).
You just have to see how your digestive system takes it.
 

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Fulmar said:
I'd go for porridge if I had a normal training session at least 3 hours away.
Toast if racing or training within less than 3 hours.
Both can be nutritious (depends on what goes on the toast).
You just have to see how your digestive system takes it.
Not very gd think i`ll stick to toast then, cause i`m not fit lol tying to lose weight.
 

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I digest porridge very slowly and I've been known to make some pit stops during training after such a breakfast :embarrassed:
 

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Depends how far I am running, will go with out on short run, and will have porridge on 8 miles or more, made with water and honey :p
 
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