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What you eat after a workout can have an impact on your body, and The Doctors reveal the type of fish you should be consuming after breaking a sweat.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork reveals a surprising food that could help to build muscle and it is smoked salmon. He explains that the fish delivers much-needed protein to the body, which is beneficial to the body after exercise.
He also notes that salmon contains Omega-3 fatty acids, which research has shown to help lower cholesterol levels and even possibly fight inflammation.
In addition to helping replenish your muscles, The Doctors also note that opting for a healthy choice like salmon could curb your appetite and might help you avoid eating a less nutritious food.
Now that you know what food might help maximize your workout, find out how to avoid the dreaded post-workout rash and uncomfortable inner thigh rash, in the video below!