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.
Dips are a wonderful thing. They can make boring carrot sticks crave-worthy — and buffalo chicken wings even tastier. But it’s worth checking the ingredients label before diving in. We did some sleuthing around the refrigerated aisles of Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and Costco to find healthy dips that taste so good you might eat the whole tub (and it wouldn’t be a big deal if you did).