This is the fruit and vegetables you should eat to prevent stiffness (according to science)
After so long without exercising you are having a hard time picking up the pace and the fearsome laces have returned to your untrained person. To you string of tips to combat them, gym tricks and apothecary from grandma now you can add this tip: a well-stocked fruit bowl. Science has taken pity on us and our battered muscle fibers and he has investigated which are the most recommended fruits to combat these uncomfortable punctures and pain.
The solution to your muscle problems is in the most antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, those that are able with their single intake to counteract the oxidative stress that occurs in your cells after subjecting them to an exercise session. And what are those magic vegetables?
The first recommendation is that before training you have a good watercress salad. A study of the Edinburgh Napier University (UK) found that people who ate watercress at least two hours before starting to run on a treadmill had many less damage caused by free radicals after exercise that those who ate anything else … and that translated into less damage to cellular DNA and less stiffness.