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Muscle recovery recipe

With tennis or any explosive performance sport, its good to have a muscle-building and a muscle recovery food infusion, the best way is with your knife and fork and your own hand, through my blog want to teach you how to cook easy performance enhancing recipes.

In a saucepan add some olive oil a bit of black pepper and rock salt with a medium-sized chopped onion, half a red, green or yellow pepper. Add half a pound of turkey-breast in strips with a large teaspoon of sage, then 1 cup of chicken broth, 1 cup of brocoli florets, bring to the boil after 1 minute then stir in on cup of plain couscous, cover the pan, remove from heat and let sit for 10 minutes.

Sage is a wonderful gift from mother earth, sage has been used in the treatment of cerebrovascular disease for over one thousand years, is an outstanding memory enhancer, for muscle recovery it is an anti inflammatory/antioxidant due to the rosmarinic acid in sage. The combination of flavonoids, phenolic acids, and oxygen-handling enzymes provides a unique capacity for stabilizing oxygen-related metabolism and preventing oxygen-based damage to the cells hence why always use sage as a herb in your muscle recovery recipes.

4 ounce serving of turkey provides 65 per cent of the daily value of protein, our body structure is built on protein so  very important. Turkey has the cancer preventive mineral selenium and an essential component to human health, just four ounces of turkey provided 47 per cent of the daily value of selenium. For muscle recovery has the B vitamins in abundance supplying 27 per cent of your daily needs.

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