Formula One racing car driver Lewis Hamilton (pictured) is one of many sports champions who eat a mostly plant-based diet. Photo:   Reuters Formula One racing car driver Lewis Hamilton (pictured) is one of many sports champions who eat a mostly plant-based diet. Photo:   Reuters
Formula One racing car driver Lewis Hamilton (pictured) is one of many sports champions who eat a mostly plant-based diet. Photo: Reuters
Wellness

With Novak Djokovic and Lewis Hamilton’s plant-based sports success, five plant-based foods that reduce inflammation and boost white blood cells after exercise

  • Research shows plant-rich diets are high in anti-inflammatory compounds that can help relieve muscle soreness and joint pain
  • From yeast to turmeric, these five plant-based ingredients promote blood flow, repair muscles and reduce inflammation

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Formula One racing car driver Lewis Hamilton (pictured) is one of many sports champions who eat a mostly plant-based diet. Photo:   Reuters Formula One racing car driver Lewis Hamilton (pictured) is one of many sports champions who eat a mostly plant-based diet. Photo:   Reuters
Formula One racing car driver Lewis Hamilton (pictured) is one of many sports champions who eat a mostly plant-based diet. Photo: Reuters
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