Muscle Recovery

Studies have shown that Tart Cherries can be used as a safe way to treat muscle pain and inflammation.


Tart Cherry Juice Reduces Muscle Pain and Inflammation

  • Tart cherries may provide a safer, more natural way to treat muscle pain and inflammation 
  • A study of athlete runners suggests that consumption of tart cherry juice a week prior to the race may result in less pain than runners who received a placebo
  • The peel of the tart cherry contains anti-inflammatory enzymes 

Is Tart Cherry Juice the New Super Recovery Drink?

  • Tart cherry juice may reduce oxidative stress, damage, and inflammation after a marathon
  • Test results suggest that many athletes may recover faster when they drink tart cherry juice
Additional Research

Expert: Tart Cherry Juice and Exercise Recovery

Research suggest that tart cherry juice may help athletes recover muscle function post strenuous exercise by the antioxidants in it and reducing inflammation.

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Dried Tart Cherries Top Antioxidant List, May Aid Pain and Sleep

Dried tart cherries have a higher antioxidant count. Consumption of tart cherries may aid in relieving the pain of arthritis and gout. These cherries also contain a natrual form of melatonin that may help with sleep.

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Cherry Antioxidants: From Farm to Table

Studies suggest that tart cherries may be associated with decrease blood levels and lower arthritis and gout symptoms. They may also have anti-inflammatory properties.

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Suggested Daily Routine

Routine A: Drink a cup of tart cherry juice right after your workout to help with muscle recovery and performance. 

Routine B: Eat a handful of dried tart cherries right after your work out.