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These 3 snacks -- which you might have never thought to reach for -- may help to ease some of that post-workout pain.
Pickle juice: Due to the high salt content, the juice is filled with electrolytes, which can be very helpful after a tough workout.
Sweet potatoes: These are high in potassium, calcium, and magnesium, all of which will help with muscle contraction.
Tomatoes: This kitchen staple is filled with potassium and water, which are both important to ensure your body is able to recover properly after exercising.
Another helpful workout reminder from The Doctors, always replenish your electrolytes and fluids during your workout in order to avoid muscle cramps.