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What is blood circulation and why it’s so important

The blood circulation in our body is driven by the heart that provides a constant supply of blood to the body through the blood vessels. This process ensures the transportation of oxygen and nutrients to every cell in your body, and there is also removal of metabolic waste from the body. 1,096 more words

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Doctor Stephen Ferguson – I was given a miracle natural blood cleanser to get rid of the blood clots in my calf! It worked! Live Blood Analysis

I am an executive director for an organisation, I run and am involved in charities.  On top of that I am also a bank manager.  So to say the least, I lead a demanding lifestyle and enjoy it too. 364 more words

Doctor Stephen Ferguson – Suffered with blood clot in my calf, cured with natural treatment!

I am an executive director for an organisation, I run and am involved in charities.  On top of that I am also a bank manager.  So to say the least, I lead a demanding lifestyle and enjoy it too. 364 more words

Great Morning Stretching Exercise

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Stretching is important for warming up before daily routine. Stretching has a lot of benefits in terms of improving elasticity and blood circulation. 158 more words

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Parsley Oil

Being enriched with numerous vitamins and minerals, parsley oil offers many health benefits ranging from healthy skin, purifying blood, treating constipation, etc. Read on to know more about parsley oil benefits and instructions on how to… 610 more words

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The Benefits of Super Conductive Ion Health Series

There Are 6 Benefits Of Super Conductor Ion

  1. Far Infra-Red Rays Effect

Super Conductor Ion emits infra-red rays similar in sunlight; The benefit is it improve blood circulation, enhance metabolism, activate body cells, and refresh the body and mind. 270 more words

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Angiogenesis Medicine and Its Need

Blood Perfusion

Lack of blood perfusion to an organ or tissue is the single biggest cause of death in the world. To survive, all cells need a constant supply of blood to bring oxygen and nutrients to the cells and remove waste products and this is achieved through the body’s circulatory system. 508 more words

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