No, those aren't Fig Newtons. Fresh figs, to be precise. While the nutrients in them, such as potassium, may not help you get ripped, they do help your muscles work.
Chicken, America's favourite protein, provides a good source of potassium for many of us. This 142-calorie portion also contains 27 grammes of protein, which is a muscle-building macronutrient.
Tomatoes may not be the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to growing strong, healthy muscles. These juicy fruits, on the other hand, are worth including in your meal for a more toned and healthy body.
Popeye's favourite green can help you get closer to meeting your daily potassium requirements. Toss a couple handfuls of the leafy green into a nice smoothie or eat your 2-cup portion as a salad.
Not only is dairy milk a rich source of the bone-strengthening combination calcium and Vitamin D, but it also acts as an electrolyte carrier.
These tiny but strong legumes provide many of the same benefits as beans. Lentils, which are high in potassium, can help keep your muscles from cramping.
Dried apricots will replenish your muscles with 378 milligrammes of potassium in just a quarter cup, but be careful with serving sizes or you'll consume more sugar than you intended.
One banana has only 105 calories and can provide just enough energy (thanks to the carbohydrates) to get you through your workout without weighing you down like a protein shake would.
Cantaloupe should be at the top of your list of cold, refreshing things to eat in the heat. The melon is hydrating, juicy, light, and high in water content, with potassium as an added workout boost.
While a medium banana contains 422 milligrammes of potassium per fruit, an 8-ounce glass of orange juice contains 443 milligrammes!
Avocado, the reigning king of fats that help fight fat, is high in potassium, as well as healthy monounsaturated and oleic fatty acids, which may help spot-reduce belly fat.