I struggle with low blood sugar so am going to have to learn how to take in fuel now that my long runs are extending over an hour. While training for my walking marathon a few years ago, I was able to master eating and drinking while power walking, but I failed miserably today trying to take in water while running (I think I wore more than what went in my mouth 😆). So, I had to wait until I got to my turn around point to peel off my jacket and drink some water. Although today was a balmy 2C, most of my winter training will be in much colder temperatures (-15C or colder on average) so any advice on how to prevent my water from freezing would also be greatly appreciated. I have 2 different fuel belts - one with a single 500 ml bottle, the other with 2 x 500 ml bottles. I was whoozy after my run today on my drive home so I will definitely need to carry a fuel source for future runs. I was a little off before my run so I took my water belt and fruit gummies on my run in case I had struggles. Other than heavy legs for the last 1k (I ran faster than planned...oops) I felt good during the run but got light headed and whoozy on my cool down walk so I ate the gummies and had a decent drink of water. I'll have to see if my local sport store carries gel packs, I guess. They'll likely be easier to take in while running, I would think than food you have to chew (and will get harder with freezing). Any advice on how others deal with this would be greatly appreciated!