Per Medical News Today:
What to eat after exercise and why
The following are examples of foods and compounds that help the body to absorb nutrients quickly and speed recovery.
According to research published in 2017, as few as 9 grams (g) of milk protein may be enough to stimulate protein synthesis in the muscles, aiding in recovery after exercise.
Other than milk, dairy products rich in protein include:
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Lemony Yogurt Pound Cake
Heart-healthy olive oil and protein-rich Greek yogurt take the place of butter in this lemony pound cake. Egg whites also help reduce calories, fat and cholesterol, and whole-wheat flour boosts fiber.
Little known nutrition facts Written by Kris Gunnars, BSc. You Don't Need to Eat Every 2–3 Hours
Some people believe that having smaller, more frequent meals may help them lose weight.
However, some studies suggest that meal size and frequency have no effect on fat burning or body weight (5Trusted Source, 6Trusted Source).
Eating every 2–3 hours is inconvenient and completely unnecessary for the majority of people. Simply eat when you're hungry and be sure to choose healthy and nutritious foods.
Today's letter of the day is K, as in Kale.
If you have not tried kale yet, now may be the time. Packed with nutrients, it is one of the world's healthiest foods.
Fast facts on Kale:
Kale is a green, leafy, winter vegetable that is high in fiber.
The potassium content of kale may help reduce the risk of heart disease.
It can be a tasty and nutritious side dish or an addition to smoothies and salads.
Anyone who is taking blood thinning medication or who has a kidney problem should check with a doctor before adding more kale to the diet.
The nutrients in kale can help boost wellbeing and prevent a range of health problems.
It contains fiber, antioxidants, calcium, and vitamin K, among others.
Even the chlorophyll in kale may have health benefits.
It is also a good source of vitamin C and iron.