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Did You Know? Exercise and Turmeric are a Great Match

Turmeric is an excellent addition to your active routine. Did you know that it may help reduce inflammation, alleviate muscle soreness, and enhance performance? Keep reading to get the scoop on how turmeric and exercise are a great match.


Turmeric can help reduce inflammation after exercise

Turmeric has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine for its anti-inflammatory properties. More recently, curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, has been shown to help reduce inflammation in the body.

Research has also shown that turmeric may help with inflammation after exercise.

This is why turmeric is one of our favorite ingredients for staying active. It’s easier to get back in the game when muscle and joint discomfort don’t hold us back!

Turmeric can reduce muscle discomfort after exercise

Research shows that even one dose of curcumin after exercise may help reduce muscle discomfort and soreness.

This is good news for people who leave it all on the court but worry about what they’re going to feel like the next day!

Joint Discomfort

Turmeric may help enhance muscle performance

Know the feeling of trying to get back into the game after playing too hard the day before? The good news is that turmeric may help you maintain your performance.

Research shows that taking turmeric after exercise can help improve muscle recovery, leading to fewer issues with reduced range of motion and helping avoid decreases in muscle strength.

Sounds like back-to-back weekend tournaments need to come with a side of turmeric!

What’s the best way to take turmeric after exercise?

One of the more common ways to take turmeric is via pills filled with turmeric powder. We can’t remember a time when it was convenient to bring a pocket full of loose pills to the court, so that’s why Amari’s ready-to-drink formula may be the best bet for post-exercise recovery.

Bringing along a chilled Amari Recovery Sports Drink could be your secret weapon for sweeping the weekend tournament! It’s easy (and delicious!) to jumpstart recovery before even packing up your bag.

Exercise and turmeric make a great match

If you’re looking for a way to reduce inflammation and discomfort after exercise and get back to doing what you love, turmeric may be a great addition to your routine.

Find our ready-to-drink Recovery Sports Drink online and in stores.

Like with other supplements, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor before trying something new.

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