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Health, 10.04.2017 20:32 rashawng2005

Ateam led by dr. stanley l. hazen and robert a. koeth of the cleveland clinic thought there might be a link between heart disease and the compound carnitine, which is abundant in red meat. digesting red meat increases the accumulation of carnitine, which reduces the flexibility of blood vessels. based on this information, what could a doctor predict about a patient who eats lots of meat? carnitine accumulation may explain the patient's high blood pressure. carnitine accumulation may explain the patient's low blood pressure. carnitine digestion may explain the patient's increased number of red blood cells. carnitine digestion may explain the patient's decreased number of red blood cells.

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