Drinking pickle juice puts a halt to muscle cramps 37% faster than water, and 45% faster than not drinking liquid at all, according to research from Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Better yet, the study found that participants only had to drink about a third of a cup of dill pickle brine to reap those cramp-relieving benefits.
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