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How to Boost the Benefits of Exercise

Michael Greger MD | August 28, 2014 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, beans, berries, beverages, cherries, chocolate, currants, DNA damage, exercise, flavonoids, fruit, fruit juice, greens, herbal tea, hormesis, inflammation, juice, lemon verbena, muscle health, muscle inflammation, oxidative stress, plant-based diets, supplements, tea, tomato juice, tomatoes, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vitamin C, vitamin E

We all know exercise is beneficial to our health. Then why is it that ultramarathon runners may generate so many free radicals during a race that they can damage the DNA of a significant percentage of their cells? Researchers......

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Berries to Prevent Muscle Soreness

Michael Greger MD | May 8, 2014 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, anthocyanins, athletes, berries, blueberries, C-reactive protein, cherries, citrus, complementary medicine, exercise, flavonoids, fruit, fruit juice, inflammation, juice, lactic acid, medications, muscle health, muscle inflammation, muscle soreness, muscle strength, pain, phytonutrients, side effects, sports drinks, sports medicine

                The burning sensation during strenuous exercise may be related to the build-up of lactic acid in our muscles (see Reducing Muscle Fatigue with Citrus), but that’s different than the delayed onset muscle......

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Foods With Natural Melatonin

Michael Greger MD | April 3, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, almonds, aspirin, bell peppers, berries, breast cancer, breast health, cancer, cherries, dried fruit, elderly, exercise, fenugreek, flax seeds, fruit, fruit juice, goji berries, hormones, Ibuprofen, inflammation, insomnia, juice, kiwi fruit, medications, Mediterranean diet, melatonin, muscle health, mustard seeds, nuts, phytonutrients, pineal gland, raspberries, seeds, serotonin, side effects, sleep, spices, sports drinks, tart cherries, tomatoes, walnuts

                We know that inadequate sleeping is associated with changes in diet—people tend to eat worse—but what about the opposite question: Can food affect sleep? In a study on kiwifruit, this seemed possible......