Tree bark with bite to cut muscle cramping

March 2014
Food Manufacture;Mar2014, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p24
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The article suggests the potential of pine bark extract consumption to reduce muscle soreness and cramping following exercise, according to findings of a research study published in an issue of the "Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness."


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