Article: Healthiest hearts in the world found
Scientists now found the healthiest hearts in the world – of course among a primitive tribe. The Tsimane people of Bolivia are horticulturalists and hunters, who have a relatively high carbohydrate intake compared to other tribes, but exercise a lot. Apparently, even among older people there were almost no signs of heart disease or clogged arteries.
“By the time they reach age 75, two-thirds of Tsimane are CAC-free [CAC=coronary artery calcium, a sign of clogged up blood vessels and risk of a heart attack] compared with the overwhelming majority of Americans (80%) having signs of CAC.