Watermelon Relieves Post-Exercise Soreness

June 2014
USA Today Magazine;Jun2014, Vol. 142 Issue 2829, p11
The article discusses research by Encarna Aguayo and colleagues at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena in Spain, published in an issue of the "Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry," which found that watermelon juice, containing amino acid L-citruline, can relieve post-exercise soreness.


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