Pro athletes are using cherry juice to reduce muscle soreness and recovery time after exercise (it won't get you into a steroid scandal, either). They're swilling stuff from cherrypharm.com (132 calories per serving) that was found to be surprisingly effective in a 2006 study by Declan Connolly, Ph.D., at the University of Vermont.
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