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Popeye ate spinach. Spider-Man received a serum. All superheroes have something that makes them super.
Seeing as Mission Impossible: Fallout is all over the big screen, we put together a brief nutrient and food list designed to help you win your everyday battles.

To power-up: Quinoa and Brown Rice Salad with Peppers and Beans-Photographed on Hasselblad H3D2-39mb Camera

Contrary to what you might think/or may have heard, taking pills and drinking caffeinated drinks are not the best way to get energised and stay energised.
What you really need are slow release foods, full of protein and healthy fats for your body to break down.
Eat: Beans, quinoa, eggs*

To fight back: Ramen Noodle and Vegetable Soup with Broccoli, Bok Choy,Snow peas, Green Onions, Lime and Chili Flakes

We’re talking about your immune system. The worst thing about getting sick is having to wait to get back into your regular work routine.
Now, while there isn’t much you can do to prevent getting sick, you can make your body more resistant to it.
Eat: Citrus fruits, broccoli, garlic

To stay strong: Couple of bowls of pasta with organic vegetables

Fights are always won by the guy or girl with the greatest muscles. While the gym is great, it’s no match for a diet lacking in vital nutrients.
Protein and calcium are key for strong bones and well-recovered muscle.
Eat: Cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, eggs

To keep on: Oat pancakes with greek yogurt, roasted banana, blueberries and cinnamon on white plate

When you’re being chased by something (or someone) vicious, or just running to get the shirt you’ve seen before someone else does, you need to be able to keep on running, fast and long.
Believe it or not, there are foods that improve your endurance, and these are the foods you need to eat for when giving up is not an option.
Eat: Banana, salmon, almonds

*Use the Lifesum app for tons of great recipes.

Making anything with any of these? We’d love to hear about it!

Femi A-Williams is a health and fitness convert trying to reconcile a healthy lifestyle and a happy food life. She is 80% whole grain and 20% donut.

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