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It could be completely safe,' Dr Jeffrey Kohn, a New York City cardiologist told Daily Mail Online.'But in the US it's not well studied enough and there have not been enough trials for it to be approved by the FDA.'Dr Kohn also said that while he doesn't know a whole lot about the drug itself, he has heard of it being used by athletes and assumes it is related to how it improves cell metabolism.Using Cross Fit as an example, The Conversation looked at 123 competitors.Cross Fit is a high-intensity fitness regime that incorporates elements from several sports and types of exercise .Latvia is currently the only country that produces it, but it is sold and widely used throughout Eastern Europe to treat heart ailments, stroke and diabetes.It's primarily used to treat Ischemia - a condition in which plaque buildup restricts the flow of blood to the heart and throughout the body.