Before menopause, women have a lower risk of heart disease than men do. But as women age, and their estrogen levels decline after menopause, their risk of heart disease increases. In the 1980s and 1990s, experts advised older women to take estrogen and other hormones to keep their hearts healthy. However, hormone replacement therapy—or hormone therapy, as it’s now called—has had mixed results. Many of the hoped-for benefits failed to materialize for large numbers of women. The largest randomized, controlled trial to date actually found an insignificant increase in heart disease in postmenopausal women using hormone therapy.
Still, the whale had been decaying for at least a couple of months, so Miller and her team had to act quickly in order to get it preserved for display. It took four people to extract the heart, put it into a (literal) dumpster bag, then place the organ into a refrigerated truck. Next came the hard part: figuring where to plastinate a dead, giant whale heart. For those who aren’t familiar with preserving dead things, plastination involves draining body fats and water and impregnating the tissues with plastic so that a body part can be used for educational purposes. That’s how the famous Body Worlds exhibit keeps those long deceased bodies looking so lively!
any one has tried for ginger, garlic, lemon, ACV and Honey for their family mamber?
If yes what are results?
Whether results are verified by angiography?
As it is related to heart(life), i think it should be confirmed because their is no second chance in heart function.
i think same email is forwarded by all without confirmation as good being.
most of viewrs had said that they will prepare and try but no one has replied after trying himself
i request you to please let us know if it is verified by clinical trials or have any reference in any books/research papers.
arun, Pune India