Tart Cherry Juice
Studies have suggested that tart cherry juice can help reduce muscle pain and weakness after a long distance run or an intense session of strength training. Much of the pain associated with exercise has to do with inflammation, oxidative stress, and muscle damage. The concentrated amounts of anthocyanins found in tart cherry juice has been shown to help with these three conditions.
That doesn’t mean you should be downing gallons of tart cherry juice, as it still contains 130 calories and 24 grams of sugar per 8 fluid ounces. Rather, stick with small portions so you can get a healthy dose of anthocyanins without going overboard on sugar (which will not help you get shredded).
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