According to researchers, curcumin has a remarkable ability to decrease plaque buildup, which triggers a wide range of heart conditions.
(Newswire.net — March 1, 2021) Orlando, FL — It is undeniable that heart disease prevalence continues to soar nowadays. The good news is that more and more researchers are carrying out studies to look into the contributing factors of this condition.
A study was published in The Lancet: Global health, which is the leading international health journal.
It was carried out by SFU Health Sciences professor Scott Lear, along with his colleagues. Lear, holds the Pfizer/Heart & Stroke Foundation Chair in Cardiovascular Prevention Research at St. Paul’s Hospital.
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