September 1999 Issue
Can a HeartBar (or Two) a Day Keep Heart Disease at Bay?
The Buzz: "Recommended by doctors for the health of your heart," say ads for HeartBar, launched by Cooke Pharma, Inc. this summer. The company touts HeartBar as "the first medical food for the dietary management of vascular disease." Can eating a bar or two a day really improve circulation, increase stamina and relieve angina for those with heart disease, as the company claims? The Basics: HeartBar is available over-the-counter, but is sold only
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