Eat Like Chadwick Boseman: 9 Foods Inspired by the Black Panther Star's Diet

 
 
Eat Like Chadwick Boseman: 9 Foods Inspired by the Black Panther Star's Diet
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Chadwick Boseman made his return to the big screen as the star superhero in Marvel's Black Panther movie, which obliterated box office records on its opening weekend. To achieve his superhero physique, Boseman not only trained twice a day for months, but also stuck to a diet of carbs, healthy fats and protein. Check out this list of foods inspired by Boseman's diet that helped him attain his incredible Black Panther bod!

Oats
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Oats

Oats are rich in antioxidants and are a fantastic source of carbs and fiber. Incorporating a warm bowl of oatmeal or another oatmeal based recipe into your mornings will do wonders for your diet.

Brown Rice
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Brown Rice

Brown rice is the perfect way to incorporate grains into your meal, providing you with lots of B vitamins, fatty acids and iron.

Sweet Potatoes
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Sweet Potatoes

You'll get plenty of essential vitamins by adding sweet potatoes into the mix for lunch or dinner. Try roasted sweet potatoes or sweet potato fries on the side of your next meal!

Fish
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Fish

Salmon is always a wonderful option to increase your lean protein intake. It supplies B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids and more. For a simple-to-prepare meal, try out a salmon sheet pan dinner, cedar plank grilled salmon or stuffed salmon.

Nuts
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Nuts

Nuts are the perfect daily snack, giving your body lots of healthy fats and protein. Grab a handful a day and feel the difference!

Avocado
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Avocado

For a healthy amount of fat, potassium and fiber, avocados are definitely the way to go. Check out this list of delicious avocado recipes that you can make in the comfort of your own kitchen.

Flax Seeds
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Flax Seeds

A single tablespoon of flax seeds a day packs fiber, healthy fats, protein and more. Simply sprinkle them over a bowl of cereal or oatmeal in the morning and you're good to go.

Eggs
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Eggs

Kicking off your day with scrambled eggs will nourish your body with healthy fats, protein and vitamins.

Quinoa
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Quinoa

Quinoa is one of the richest sources of protein around, loaded with essential nutrients, iron and fiber. Take a break from the traditional bowl of cooked quinoa and try out these tasty quinoa granola bars!

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