* Dark greens - their phytochemicals will help sore muscles and begin muscle repair.
* Brazil nuts for cell damage fighting selenium.
* Chocolate Milk for protein and glycogen to help build muscles.
* Sweet Potatoes for rebuilding energy with complex carbs and antioxidants.
Sound like too much to do in one sitting? Try doing it as pre-made smoothies. I fill a blender once a week with fresh dark greens, an orange veggie like carrots, sweet potato or squash and fruit (comp
Beans are often found in Mexican food and they are an amazing source of fiber and B vitamins. They also help to control blood sugar (glycemic) levels which not only makes you feel more energized and vital, but can help prevent a vast array of diseases and ease perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms. Use beans of all varieties regularly. To make Mexican food healthier and lighter in calories: Instead of using refried beans which contain lard other calorie laden oils, add whole