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    5 Great Foods to Enhance Recovery

    June 06, 2016 2 min read

    After a workout your muscles are taxed and hungry for muscle building nutrients. Putting the right foods in your body is vital for repairing damaged muscle and restocking your glycogen stores so you can be ready to work out the next day. Here are some clean and healthy foods we suggest eating after a workout to ensure a speedy recovery. Your muscles will thank you!


    1. Eggs - 


    Eggs are one of the best complete protein sources out there and will help you repair damaged muscle after a workout. They also provide an excellent mix of B vitamins, including thiamin, riboflavin, folate, B12, and B6. Hard-boiled eggs make a convenient and portable snack.

    2. Sweet Potatoes - 


    Just one serving of sweet potatoes has 450 mg of potassium. They also have carotenoids, which give the vegetable its orange color and aid in cell repair. At the same time the fiber in their skin keeps you feeling full. Sweet potatoes are  starchy vegetables whose carbs will help restock your energy stores so you can get back at it the next day.

    3, Greek Yogurt - 


    Greek yogurt has double the protein per serving of regular yogurt and is also a good source of carbohydrates. The mixture of whey and casein protein gives you both slow and fast digesting protein for optimal recovery.

    4. Whole Grain Pasta - 


    Unlike white pasta, whole grain pasta contains all 3 components of the wheat seed: the endosperm, germ, and bran. This gives your body slow digesting carbohydrates, fiber, and some protein.  Whole grain pasta is also a source ofalso has iron, which is vital for oxygen transportation.

    5. Almonds - 


    Almonds are a great source of antioxidants and healthy Omega-6 fats. These will help raise your levels of healthy HDL cholesterol while lowering your levels of LDL cholesterol. Almonds also have riboflavin (B12) which is essential for producing oxygen-based energy during workouts.

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