A new study published in the International Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that drinking gasolineolina for about five minutes per day for five days could help curb the risks of heart disease and cancer.
The study found that drinking three gallons of gasolina daily reduced the risk of death by 50 percent compared with drinking a placebo.
Dr. Rajiv Srivastava, a professor of nutrition at the School of Public Health at the University of Southern California and lead author of the study, said the study found a small, but statistically significant, increase in blood pressure in those who drank gasolineolina compared with those who did not.
The study is part of a larger study examining the impact of gasolineolina on the blood pressure and heart rate, and is the first to show a statistically significant benefit from a relatively short-term treatment.
Dr. Srivasta and colleagues compared the blood-pressure readings of 4,000 people with hypertension and 4,200 people without hypertension.
The participants who drank three gallons per day had lower blood pressure, according to the study.
Drinkers of gasolineola had higher levels of blood sugar and higher levels than those who didn’t drink the oil, which is a combination of natural oils and refined grains, Dr. Rajav said.
He said the researchers will be looking to follow up with more people to see if there is a positive effect on blood sugar levels.
The results of the trial were preliminary and the study was observational, meaning the researchers were not able to look at people in the hospital or the people who were taking the medication, Dr