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Old 07-01-2006, 10:22 AM   #3
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Re: Angina threshold - why does it change?

Ken - thanks for the reply.
Amongst the things you mention I am taking just a couple of fish oils a day - plus a couple of garlic caps. That's every day so nothing new there. I doubt my magnesium would be changing enough to cause it but I will try a mag. supplement just in case I am deficient.
At first I thought I might have had an improvement through exercise + lipitor + my diet, but since it went back to the old angina threshold after a few days it does not appear to be that.
Since your post I have read up more on the magnesium effect - I recall you mentioned it once before.
What other stuff is there that could be classed as a vasodialator?
I want to track this damn effect down because it was sure useful to me - and would be to others.
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