When you notice the crisp chill in the air and the smell of smoke from chimneys, you know fall is finally here! Warm up with these four healthy slow cooker recipes that include foods that help with cramps.
- Banana bread. Yes, you can make yummy, healthy banana bread in the slow cooker! Bananas are a good source of potassium, magnesium and calcium, all of which help ease muscle cramps.
- Sweet potato chili. Switch up the classic chili recipe with this sweet potato and black bean option. One medium sweet potato has 15 percent of your daily value of potassium, while a cup of black beans contains 17 percent of your daily value.
- Butternut squash soup. Soup and butternut squash are both cold-weather favorites, and together, they’re the ultimate fall dish! Not to mention, butternut squash is a great source of potassium, as well as other beneficial vitamins and nutrients.
- Broccoli cheddar chicken casserole. Get protein, carbs and healthy fat in one comforting dish. Broccoli is also rich in potassium—you’re helping to fight muscle cramps while you enjoy.
Theraworx Relief for Muscle Cramps & Spasms
No, you can’t throw Theraworx Relief into your slow cooker, but if you want to manage and even prevent muscle cramps, you can add the fast-acting foam to your daily routine! Apply at least twice a day, rub in briskly and go about your life. It’s that easy. Learn more and find Theraworx Relief at a pharmacy near you.