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Fibro Tip of the week

Fibro Tip of the week

This week's Fibro Tip comes from Katarina at Skillfully Well and Painfully Aware who is Living skillfully well with chronic conditions. She has discovered a great nutritional tip that can help reduce the pain felt in Fibromyalgia:  Drinking tart cherry juice!

Evidence shows that the weave of complex anthocyanins and phenols in tart cherries provides superior protection against muscle injury—by safely inhibiting the pain and inflammatory effects.
Find out the science behind tart cherry juice and how much to drink and how often at  Skillfully Well and Painfully Aware 

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2 comments:

  1. Tart Cherry is also great for gout. It's definitely helping with inflammation. I don't care for the taste so I buy it in capsules. Serious Yay!

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    1. Hi Julie, great to get your perspective on tart cherry juice and other ways to take it. Anything that can reduce inflammation and the havoc it causes in the human body is so helpful

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