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Triathlete Magazine

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Triathlete Magazine

Triathlete magazine has named Cheribundi Tart Cherry Juice as one of the 5 Unique Drinks with benefits. Excerpt: 5 Unique Drinks and Their Benefits TART CHERRY JUICE Time to pucker up. Tart cherries are jam-packed with antioxidants that are thought to help athletes more efficiently recover from exercise. Case in point: A 2015 study by British researchers found that cyclists who consumed a concentrated tart cherry drink for eight days experienced less muscle damage and inflammation in response to a 109 minute intense ride. Further, a Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition study discovered that drinking tart cherry...

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Gluten Free Living

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Gluten Free Living

Gluten Free Living features Cheribundi as a solution for a better diet in the new year for what to eat to wake up and help you sleep better. Excerpt: New Year for You Gluten-Free Sleep Aids for a Good Night’s Rest Read Full Article Tart cherry juice is not only great for your immune system and muscle recovery but can help with trouble sleeping as well. The tart cherries used to make this versatile juice from Cheribundi — the cherry people™ — contain naturally occurring melatonin, which is Mother Nature’s key ingredient for a good night’s sleep.

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Prevention Magazine

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Prevention Magazine
ABC Prevention magazine offers an article featuring 6 diet options that will help you sleep better at night, the first being tart cherry juice.

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Runner's World

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Runner's World

Runner's World has chosen CHERIBUNDI TART CHERRY JUICE as one of the best packaged foods for runners. "Refuel and recover with tart cherries, which fight inflammation. Blend into a yogurt-based smoothie for your postrun protein fix." The foods here, like all of our Best Packaged Foods for Runners, were selected with help from our panel of experts: Alissa Rumsey, M.S., R.D., spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; Kelley Pritchett, Ph.D., R.D., sports nutrition professor at Central Washington University; Emily Edison, M.S., R.D.; and Marni Sumbal, M.S., R.D. (Let us keep you fueled for that upcoming workout! Get a...

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WANT TO SPEED UP MUSCLE RECOVERY & SPRING INTO TRAINING?

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WANT TO SPEED UP MUSCLE RECOVERY & SPRING INTO TRAINING?

You know the feeling. That stiffness and soreness that come a day or so after a hard workout, spring cleaning, or taking the kids to the park. It's DOMS or delayed onset muscle soreness and it's quite familiar to anyone who's trained for a charity run, gotten back into their favorite sport after a winter hiatus, or boosted a training regimen for better gains. DOMS isn't just for professional and elite endurance athletes, either. It can make an appearance one or two days after you've helped your kids move to college, joined the local sports league, or heeded the prompting...

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