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    High heart rate (Tachycardia)
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    josvin84 posted:
    Does anyone know something on this topic? Is medical intervention the only solution or would a diet rich in nutrients help? Any ideas are welcome.

    Josvin.
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    engineerguy responded:
    Hi Josvin,

    I searched the Fuhrman website for tachycardia, and found nothing. Well, the diet can't hurt, but I don't know if it will help. In my humble opinion, you could join the Furhman website for a month, and ask detailed questions. It's well worth the $$, to get an authoritative answer.

    Best regards, EngineerGuy


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