01 Feb '13, 12am

STOCK UP: These antioxidant-rich foods will help protect your body from running damage

With the fall racing season nearly here, your training is probably in high gear. Running extra miles will get you into top shape, but it also boosts the body's production of free radicals. These unstable molecules float around in the body trying to bond with other molecules, and in doing so they damage important cells, including muscle cells, as well as DNA. Over time this damage may hinder exercise recovery and increase disease risk, says sports nutritionist Marie Spano, R.D. "Running outside where you're exposed to UV rays and pollution can also fire up production."

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