Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Try Out Delicious Healthy Snacks To Stay Fit

Eating healthy doesn't have to be a torture. In fact, you can eat healthy, eat delicious, and stay fit!
As fitness enthusiasts at Eatfit Curefit, we're always on the lookout for healthy snacks and guilt-free eating. Although snacking loads up empty calories but that is only when you opt for junk foods. There are healthier options that make you leaner, fitter, and simply killer, in terms of achieving that athletic body and performance.
Try out these healthy snacks and experience a difference immediately.

Beet Juice
If endurance and working out well are your priority, gulping down an ounce of fresh seasonal beet juice will help. Beet juice improves stamina and bolsters performance in ways that even training hard won't achieve. Try out beets and become the best!

Pea Protein
Pea protein powder has been gaining buzz in the fitness community for quite some time now. Pea protein powder is known to delay muscle fatigue and is rich in Arginine and branched chain amino acids. It boosts calcium absorption and improves bone density too! Try it out for a healthy snack time and you can even blend it with nuts or berries into a delicious evening smoothie with Eatfit Curefit!

Baked Kale Chips
Kale chips are surprisingly healthier than modern salty potato chips. Plus they are good for you since they are low in calories and a great source of protein and essential vitamins (A, C, K, and B6) . The added fiber and calcium content in them is a bonus too!

The Blueberry Solution
Whether you're throwing in a couple of blueberries into your daily salads, blending them into a smoothie, or having a nice fine bunch plain and simple raw, blueberries are good for you (and your body). Blueberries fight muscle inflammation and boost natural killer cells in the body which are vital toward good immunity. Keep a couple of frozen dried blueberries in the fridge for those unexpected snack times for a healthy spin.

Tart Cherries
According to a research conducted by the University of Vermont's Human Performance Laboratory, tart cherries reduce pain and recover strength when consumed either blended or raw in athletes. If it works for the professionals, it will definitely work for you. Fresh tart cherries during the late summers, or 100% organic tart cherry juice will aid in your strength training routines tremendously.

For all fitness nuts and buffs out there, if you're looking to pack on some muscle or build up abs, try eating fatty fish types like salmon. Besides warding off the risk of heart disease and providing you essential Omega-3 fatty acids, Salmon builds new protein issues in skeletal muscles and is a potent muscle-booster.

Recent studies state that watercress is ideal for countering the "wear and tear" effects of workouts and even significantly reduces DNA damage when consumed long-term. Just like spinach and kale, throw in a little watercress in your smoothies or eat them with salads before workouts for immediate effects.

Dark Chocolate
Dark chocolate fixes your mood plus gives you higher antioxidant levels in the blood. Enjoy a couple squares of dark chocolate a day and mix them in with smoothies, fresh fruit, or oatmeal to experience reduced exercise-induced stress after workouts. Dark chocolate squares help you kick back and relax, and reward you with de-stressing after a hard day of workout. And what better reward than a little sweet dessert, eh?

Try out these healthy snacks and healthy diet  and you will positively feel a difference the next time you hit the gym. We promise, you try, and your body will soon deliver.

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