Unlocking Chris Evans's Captain America Bod: What He Ate Each Day

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Marvel fans worldwide have been waiting in much anticipation for the premiere of Avengers: Infinity War. It's no secret that tons of work goes into making these movies box office hits; special effects, set designs, advertising–the list goes on. But one of the biggest factors of achieving the ultimate superhero film is all the work put in by the actors to transform into their characters, both mentally and physically. Chris Evans, in particular, is known for his chiseled Captain America physique. While countless hours of training deserve much of the credit, diet was also a huge component of his daily routine. Check out this list of foods the star ate while preparing for this big screen role that you, too, can easily incorporate into your diet!

Oatmeal

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Oatmeal is a fantastic breakfast option that provides iron and reduces risk of heart disease. Kick off your day with a hearty oatmeal recipe.

Walnuts

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Replace the junk food snacks with tasty nuts like walnuts! A handful between meals will provide your system with healthy fats and proteins.

Chicken Salad

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Mix some protein with your greens and enjoy a light yet energizing chicken salad for lunch.

Brown Rice

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If you're looking to incorporate grains into your meal, brown rice is a wonderful choice. It's also loaded with lots of B vitamins, fatty acids and iron, and is the preferred alternative to white rice.

Apples

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Apples are a rich source of fiber and antioxidants. Just slice them up and enjoy them as a snack throughout the day.

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Maximize your lean protein intake with fish such as salmon. B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids are just a couple of this food's many health benefits. Adding a simple salmon sheet pan dinner or stuffed salmon into your weekly meal rotation will make a big difference.

Beef

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Need a break from chicken or fish? A meal with beef will also provide that dose of protein your body needs.

Whey Protein Shakes

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To increase your protein intake even further, a good whey protein shake will surely do the trick (especially after a tough workout)!

Fruit

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When dessert time comes around, ditch the sugary treats and go with nature's candy–fruit! Your taste buds will be pleased and your body will be fueled with vitamin C.

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