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Mini-stroke

Would you know what to do if you had a mini-stroke?

Mini-strokes, also called Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIAs), can happen at any time to anyone. The symptoms – including dizziness or headaches – tend to go away within minutes or hours, but a TIA might indicate that a major stroke is on its way. Researchers have discovered that a diet that includes the tocotrienols found in products made with palm fruit oil (Tocovid SupraBio softgel (ingredient – Tocomin SupraBio)) may help to protect brain cells from stroke damage.

Learn more about protecting your brain cells, and more about what happens during mini-strokes as well as how to avoid common risk factors, in a new booklet: Understand Mini-Stroke, Take Action Early.

 

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