Study says use of antioxidants do not relieve muscle pain
Beeps By | Aug 27 2018

Study has found that use of antioxidants through food do not relieve muscle pain after exercises. Data from 1089 participants from ages 16-55 were analysed. It suggests avoiding antioxidants use for recovery that damages cells and tissues, creating oxidative stress. Berries, dark chocolates, kidney beans etc. are used as antioxidant supplements.

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