Ginger proves to reduce muscle pain

So sore from yesterday’s spin class that you’re struggling to get out of a chair? Try sipping on ginger tea. Researchers from the US found that eating just 2 grams of ginger after exercise reduced pain by up to 25 per cent the day after activity. Tracked over 11 days the study published in the Journal of Pain, found that eaten either hot or cold the ginger reduced muscle pain caused by exercise. Yum. (Image Thinkstock)