HEART ATTACK PREVENTION
Plaque buildup in the arteries, known as atherosclerosis, can greatly increase the chance of a heart attack.
Characterized by hardening and narrowing of blood vessels, atherosclerosis can reduce blood supply to key areas of the body such as the heart muscle and eventually lead to a heart attack.
In a small 2004 study from the University of California, cardiologists reported that aged garlic extract reduced participants’ risk for heart attack by about 50 percent
After supplementing for one year Later studies have supported these Ũndings, showing that AGE can slow the progression of artery hardening, and may even help to reduce blood homocysteine levels, which are thought to be another marker for inflammation and risk of heart disease.