6 Super Foods That Will Help Your BJJ Training

Turmeric  (Curcuma longa)

Well known for its ability to control and lower inflammation, so this puts it in the recovery department. 


Pineapple is high in Bromelain, which helps with digestion of protein, muscle soreness, and wound healing. Another great quality of this fruit is its low glycemic index.

Green Tea

Green tea is great for fighting inflammation, strengthening the immune system, and attacking bad radicals in the body. It is rich in catechins which help with fat oxidation.

Lions Mane

A mushroom is well known in Chinese medicine for its neuroprotective and brain performance-enhancing abilities. It has been clinically studied, and the results have confirmed that.

Salmon Roe

What makes this food so special is the content of omega-3 fatty acids also known as DHA and EPA. Omega-3 is known to significantly reduce inflammation, and help with joint pain. 

Brazil Nut

Full of nutrients such as magnesium, saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated fats. Magnesium is known to help with improving muscular contraction and nerve signaling.