Pickle Juice for Exercise-Related Muscle Cramps

What’s “the dill” with that?

Pickle juice, which typically contains water, vinegar, salt, pickling herbs or spices, and often sugar, is being touted as a remedy for exercise-related muscle cramps. If you stayed up late to watch the Australian Open in January, you might have caught the match between Casper Ruud (ranked No. 2 in the world for men’s singles) […]
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