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By Eileen O Shannassy





As you probably know from experience, being hurt or injured is never a pleasant experience. Not only do injuries cause pain and added expenses, but they can also hinder the ability of an individual to go about their day. If you're hurt or injured, chances are, you're willing to do anything to heal as quickly as possible. Here are some of the best foods for healing and recovery.

Citrus Fruits


Citrus fruits are undoubtedly some of the best foods for healing and recovery. Oranges, lemons, limes, and other citrus fruits are rich in vitamin C. The body uses vitamin C to repair bone tissue and to maintain cartilage. If you are injured, it is essential you consume a significant amount of vitamin C. After all, this is one of the few vitamins the body is not able to synthesize on its own.

Salmon


Salmon and other similar fish species are some of the best foods you can eat for any healthy diet. As you probably know, salmon is citrus rich in omega-3 fatty acids. According to research, these acids help reduce swelling and inflammation in the body. With this added in your diet, you may not need to take as many pain killers and drugs in the long term.


Nuts and Seeds


Nuts and seeds are another great option for people interested in healing or recovering as quickly as possible. These two foods are very rich in zinc, which is a mineral your body uses to help heal tissues. Zinc, like vitamin A, will help boost your immune system and keep you from getting sick. Other foods that are rich in zinc include oysters and chicken.

Blueberries


Blueberries are yet another super food when it comes to healing and recovery. These berries are very rich in antioxidants. In our body, there are free radicals. These free radicals become even more numerous after you sustain an injury. Foods that are rich in antioxidants like strawberries, blueberries, and tart cherries help keep these free radicals under control. Without antioxidants, the free radicals will injure healthy cells in your body and slow down the recovery process.


Undoubtedly, one of the best ways to speed up the healing and recovery process is by eating healthy foods. As long as you eat some of the foods discussed above, you should be on your way to a speedy recovery. For more information about what actions you should take after being injured, contact an accident attorney for compensation help and healing options and ideas.

About the Author:
Eileen O'Shanassy is a freelance writer and blogger based out of Flagstaff, AZ. She writes on a variety of topics and loves to research and write. She enjoys baking, biking, and kayaking. Check out her Twitter @eileenoshanassy.





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