Did you know that eating strategically can help reduce muscle soreness. Certain foods can help relieve aches and pains, while others (namely sugar, alcohol, and processed foods) can increase inflammation and prolong muscle tension. Here’s what to eat when you’re feeling the post-workout burn.
Avocados are a powerhouse of healthy fats, which means they’re a great choice whenever you’re looking to fill your plate with something wholesome and sustaining. Just half an avocado contains 10 grams of monounsaturated fat and 2 grams of polyunsaturated fat, both of which are important for heart, brain, and blood health.
Recipe by Carly Stein BIO: Carly Stein is the founder and CEO of Beekeeper’s Naturals, which is focused on superfoods from the hive and dedicated to saving the bees. Carly is committed to using her company as a platform to raise funding for the bee cause and promoting sustainable practices.
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This breakfast bowl is delicious enough for dessert. Brown rice takes longer to cook than white rice but is lower in calories and carbs, higher in potassium and fiber.