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Ingenious Uses For Pickle Juice All Year ‘Round

Original article posted by: http://boredomtherapy.com | By Valerie MulderBoredom Therapy Staff Cleopatra believed pickles and their juices kept her young and beautiful, yet, centuries, the fate of the vinegar-soaked cucumbers fell…
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Pickle Juice for Cramps: Does It Work?

Medically reviewed by Katherine Marengo, LDN, RD, specialty in nutrition, on September 12, 2019m| Written by Adrian White What does pickle juice have to do with cramps? Pickle juice has become a popular remedy for leg cramps over the…
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Drinking Pickle Juice for Cramps—Harvard Approved, Salty Solution

By Dr. Victor Marchione, MD - March 28, 2016 Drinking pickle juice for cramps might sound like a dirty trick someone’s playing on you. After all, how could sour pickle juice possibly help cramps? Well it might come as a surprise,…
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Can Pickle Juice Affect Your Menstrual Cycle?

By: Ana Jasko | December 9, 2016 | Medically Reviewed by Dr Anique Ali The cold season is here and pickles are among the foods that are so appreciated in cold weather. Because we tend to eat more consistent when the weather outside is…
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7 Surprising Health Benefits of Drinking Pickle Juice

By Coti Howell | 2 years Pickle juice is usually just what we throw away when we're done with our prepackaged pickles. It keeps our pickled treats moist and fresh in the jar, but we usually don't think to drink it. (OK, well sometimes…
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Is Pickle Juice Good for You? The idea of a sugar-free sports drink sounds great—but first, let’s look at the science.

By: Sam Silverman | May 17, 2019 Pickles are a household staple and can be found in the depths of many refrigerators. The juicy spears typically accompany your burger and fries to add some salty…
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Science be damned, football players are drinking pickle juice to try to ward off cramps

Washington Post | Sports | High School SportsBy: Jacob Bogage September 22, 2016 That bottle doesn’t have water in it. Or Ga­tor­ade. Or anything you might want to chug down. There is, instead, pickle juice: briny and sour with…
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Is Pickle Juice Good for You?

The idea of a sugar-free sports drink sounds great—but first, let’s look at the science. By Sam Silverman May 17, 2019 Pickles are a household staple and can be found in the depths of many refrigerators. The juicy spears typically…
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Why Every Athlete Should Have Pickle Juice

By Kelli Jennings For Active.com Muscle cramps can bring even the strongest athlete to his or her knees. And while, there are a number of theories as to what causes cramps—including hydration, bike fit, form and electrolytes—they seem…
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The Science Behind Everyone's New Obsession With Pickle Juice

By Lana Bandoim | Forbes Contributor | Sep 21, 2018 From deep-fried pickles to dill pickle chips, pickles in different varieties are showing up on more menus and grocery store shelves. At the Natural Products Expo East, the trend continued…
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Gastric emptying after pickle-juice ingestion in rested, euhydrated humans.

More research for our science buffs! J Athl Train. 2010 Nov-Dec;45(6):601-8. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-45.6.601.Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND 58108- 6050, USA. kevin.c.miller@ndsu.edu Abstract CONTEXT:…