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The Body Makes Its Own Anti-inflammatory ‘Cannabis’ After a Workout

The chemicals boost good gut flora

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Article via LabRoots

Feeling great after hitting the gym? That’s because of the flood of endorphins released into the body after a bout of activity, molecules with similar neurological effects as morphine, triggering euphoric, blissful, and energizing feelings.




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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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