Influence of A.D. Bio-Phyto-Modulators in Case of Cardiovascular Diseases

Varlam, Catalina
September 2010
Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary;2010, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p516
Academic Journal
Cardiovascular disease is ranked as cause of mortality in Europe, both women and men. However, cardiovascular disease can be prevented entirely. W.H.O. estimates that reducing blood pressure, obesity, smoking and cholesterol will decrease by more than half the incidence of cardiovascular disease. This study aims to highlight the effects of A.D. bio-phyto-modulator to a group of patients with functional and morphological changes that have made recovery from the cardiovascular system.


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