Make sure you are getting enough Calcium to help with healing and pray you are up and able to work out sooner than later.
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I won't be able to exercise normally for a while because I've fractured my ankle yesterday. I have yet to get the ankle stabilized, but I'm getting a referral for an orthopedic doctor. I feel it's more important than ever to get the right nutrition while my body is healing. I can move around on it okay when I wear slippers at home. I mainly stay in bed with foot elevated. I may be more mobile later. I don't know what the doc's recommendations will be. What would people recommend to have a balanced diet with less inconvenience? Like go-to meals. I am vegetarian although I would prefer to be vegan whenever I can. I have slip-ups. I know protein is important while healing.
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