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It is commonly known that high levels of both anthocyanin and polyphenolics relieve the inflammation and support recovery of the muscle.

The health benefits of anthocyanins are outstanding, but the benefits aren’t confined to anthocyanin as the Blackcurrant berry fruit has a very high Vitamin C content, good levels of potassium, phosphorus, iron, manganese and Vitamin B5, and a broad range of other essential nutrients.

By maintaining your peripheral and limb blood flow, pre and post-exercise will help aid rapid recovery over the two hours post-exercise.

Research Links:

Research Type  Link
Anthocyanins & Exercise Research Read More
Sports Performance & Recovery - The Science Read More
A new study reveals New Zealand blackcurrants benefit walkers as well as athletes Read More
Blackcurrant intake: Making headway as an ergogenic aid Read More
Effect of New Zealand Blackcurrants on recovery from eccentric muscle damage in triathletes Read More
New Zealand blackcurrant extract enhances fat oxidation during prolonged cycling in endurance-trained females Read More
Consumption of an anthocyanin-rich extract made from New Zealand blackcurrant prior to exercise may assist recovery from oxidative stress and maintains circulating neutrophil function: A pilot story Read More
The effect of New Zealand blackcurrant extract on recovery following eccentric exercise induces muscle damage Read More
Effects of blackcurrant anthocyanin intake on peripheral muscle circulation during typing work in humans Read More
Cytoprotective effects of anthocyanins and other phenolic fractions of boysenberry and blackcurrant on dopamine and amyloid b-induced oxidative stress in transfected cos-7 cells Read More
Acute supplementation with blackcurrant extracts modulates cognitive functioning and inhibits monoamine oxidase-b in healthy young adults Read More