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  • Watermelon for Sore Muscle Relief
    Watermelon for Sore Muscle Relief
    Watermelon found to reduce muscle soreness after an intense workout without the gut leakiness that occurs within hours of taking anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen.
  • Gout Treatment with a Cherry on Top
    Gout Treatment with a Cherry on Top
    How do sweet cherries compare to the drug allopurinol and a low purine diet for the treatment of the painful inflammatory arthritis gout?
  • Anti-inflammatory Life is a Bowl of Cherries
    Anti-inflammatory Life is a Bowl of Cherries
    Sweet red bing cherries may act as a selective COX-2 inhibitor, reducing inflammation without the damage to our stomach and gut lining caused by NSAID drugs like ibuprofen.
  • Enhanced Athletic Recovery Without Undermining Adaptation
    Enhanced Athletic Recovery Without Undermining Adaptation
    Might the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of plant-based diets undermine some of the benefits of exercise?
  • Reducing Muscle Soreness With Berries
    Reducing Muscle Soreness With Berries
    Anti-inflammatory phytonutrients in berries may explain why cherries can speed recovery after a marathon by reducing muscle pain in long-distance runners.
  • Tart Cherries for Insomnia
    Tart Cherries for Insomnia
    The melatonin content in certain plant foods such as almonds, raspberries and goji berries may explain the improvement in sleep quality associated with tart cherry consumption.
  • Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Purple Potatoes
    Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Purple Potatoes
    Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties of white compared to yellow and purple potatoes. Purple potatoes may also help lower high blood pressure.
  • Dried Apples Versus Cholesterol
    Dried Apples Versus Cholesterol
    Which common dried fruit is the most antioxidant-packed: apple rings, dried apricots, dried cherries, dried mango, prunes, or raisins?
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