Elevated TBARS is a strongly predictive of cardiovascular events

In resarch released some years ago, Serum levels of TBARS were strongly predictive of cardiovascular events in patients with stable CAD, independently of traditional risk factors and inflammatory markers. See: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15542282 This means that Protandim proven to reduce TBARS, could be a very strong preventative measure against heart disease. This echo’s findings from the American Heart Association’s published article on Protandim back in 2009. Is TBARS a valid measurement of oxidative stress? Yes. And it speaks volumes to the clinical effects of what Protandim can do.

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Mobile Phone of Choice vs Cost

I’ve said for a long time, people buy the iPhone because they want too, not because they have too. People buy an Android phone because they have too, its usually because of price, or network availability. Although this is changing as the iPhone is now available on the Sprint network and Verizon, its still a remarkable distinction. Don’t get me wrong, Android phones are good. They work well, and are a big leap above previous phones, but lack the elegance and simplicity of the iPhone, something Apple has also mastered on the MAC. I think there is an interesting parallel to Microsoft Windows, such that people use Windows because its “what’s installed” or its “what’s at work”. But true PC enthusiasts are looking now at the MAC, in the same way mobile phone users look at the iPhone. The iPad is no different either, people choose other tablet platforms for […]

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