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Deep below the ocean, a razor-toothed creature lurks, waiting for the next unlucky swimmer or surfer… in other words, dinner. That’s the premise of many a horror film, from the classic Jaws to more recent B-movies like Sharknado. It certainly doesn’t sound like the basis for a healing remedy, does it? Yet these aquatic beasts – known not just for their killer appetite but also their speed and intelligence – have become the source of a supplement that can supposedly benefit health. At least, that’s the claim of marketers, who swear that this product can prevent and even cure a […]
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