Posted by: Roberto | 9 September, 2008

Rosemary helps heart

Rosemary may be an unlikely but effective way to keep blood vessels healthy and ward off heart disease. Patients treated with an extract of the herb for three weeks showed significant improvements in blood flow.

Scientists who carried out the research at the University of Maribor in Slovenia said three active ingredients appear to be crucial: rosemary acid, carsonic acid and a chemical called carnosol.

Heart disease is Britain’s biggest killer. Every year, around 270,000 people suffer a heart attack.

Another method for keeping you heart healthy is exercising. If you want to know more, contact Roberto, personal trainer in London, at +44(0)7508 250 126.



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