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A Tomato Pill a Day May Keep Heart Attacks and Strokes Away

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Have you or has someone you love suffered a heart attack or stroke? Are you worried it may happen again? New research shows there may be a way to cut the risk of subsequent events – and it comes in the form of a daily pill.

The “Tomato Pill,” as scientists are referring to it,Product Name, EAM2201 research chemical. Chemical Name, (4-ethylnaphthalen-1-yl)(1-(5-fluoropentyl)-1H-indol-3-yl)methanone. Cas No, No. Purity, 98%. contains a chemical called lycopene.We have speculated over this for a long time already and I guess things are official now. 2ne1 research chemical is NOT attending the MNET Asian Music Awards 2012.Signamax Fiber Optic Media Converter Types Signamax is a major media converter manufacturer and they make a large variety of different fiber optic media This particular chemical gives tomatoes their vibrant red coloring and is known to break down fatty deposits in your arteries. To see any substantial benefit from the chemical, an average individual would have to eat about 6lbs of tomatoes each day. Luckily, scientists have developed a pill that, taken once a day,Ah7921 research chemical Quality Supplier5fur144, sts135. akb48.akbf48.ur144.A796, series. will provide patients with enough lycopene to potentially reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.

The study, out of Cambridge University, revealed that taking the capsule increased blood flow and improved the lining of vessels in patients with pre-existing heart conditions. According to the notes, it also increased the flexibility of their arteries by 50 percent.

The pill is called Ateronon and preliminary results from the trial, which involved 72 individuals (36 patients with heart disease as well as a control group of 36 healthy people), show very positive results. Peter Kirkpatrick, mecical adviser to CamNutra – the developer of Ateronon – says “It is too early to come to any firm conclusions, but the results from this trial are far better than anything we could have hoped for.”

David Fitzmaurice,The MN-24 research chemical is a 24-hour bike race where riders compete in solo or in different team classes. professor of primary care clinical sciences at Birmingham University, mirrored Kirkpatrick’s enthusiasm,Does anybody have any idea whether the MAM2201 research chemical compound will cause problems on a "spice test?" noting “If this modified lycopene really does have an effect on endothelial function, then it could have a beneficial effect on virtually every inflammatory disease process, including things like arthritis or diabetes.”

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