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In fact, strongman competitor Patrik Baboumian eats a plant-rich vegan diet, as does ultra-endurance athlete, Rich Roll. So, pump that iron and consider following your workout with leafy greens, beans, and seeds.
And while only 5 percent of Americans get enough, this macronutrient has also been linked to a number of other benefits , including improved gut health and controlling blood sugar levels. Start your day off with oats and your favorite fruits, wrap up some baked tofu and veggies for lunch, and enjoy a bean chili dinner.
Plants are, by far, the most nutrient-dense foods we can eat. For example, leafy greens and legumes are rich in calcium, iron, and zinc, berries are extremely high in vitamin K and manganese, and tropical fruits like mangoes and pineapples are high in vitamin C.Make no mistake: this isn't a book about exercise and diet theory.
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