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Your morning latte just got a healthy halo, thanks to University of Georgia researchers who found
that taking caffeine, about the equivalent of two cups of coffee, helped reduce muscle soreness in women after a strenuous workout. It works by blocking adenosine, a chemical released by your body in response to injury. Just be careful not to overdo this one, as too much caffeine can cause muscle spasms.
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6 Unconventional Ways to Treat Sore Muscles