Silencer To Muscle Injury

Natural food to chase muscle pain after exercise.
Ever feel the unbearable pain after exercise? Perhaps it is because the muscles are forced to practice beyond the maximum limits and cause injury. If people experience this after a workout, they tend to opt for massage or even cause a person to quit the exercise or a sport which is actually good for health.
Why should this be? Studies have proves that some foods can help us get rid of and minimize muscle injury caused by excessive exercise. It helps us if we make friends with these foods and enjoy its benefit.
Blueberry
Research said the content of antioxidants in blueberries may help ward off muscle fatigue with additional clean up free radicals produced by muscles during exercise. So, try a blueberry smoothie to get a better workout session.
Cherry
Researchers found that people who drank 30 milliliters of cherry juice 2 times a day for 10 days, recovery faster from fatigue induced by exercise than those who did not drink it. This happens because cherries contain anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that serves as a non-steroidal anti-natural injury (such as ibuprofen and aspirin). This can reduce exercise induced muscle injury. Other fruits that have the same goodness as cherry are grape, pomegranate, acai berries and cranberry.
Ginger
Ginger is rich in content repellent inflammation, such as gingerol. This can reduce joint pain and reduce muscle injury. In a recent study, people taking ginger capsules for 11 days were reported to have 25% less muscle pain during exercise.
In addition, other studies have said that ginger helps relieve joint pain that occurs in the legs.

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