Cardiovascular System Bundle

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Free radical damage and inflammation are both risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The inflammatory marker hs-CRP is a strong predictor of cardiovascular risk (Ridker PM, et al. 2000Ridker PM, et al. 2002Shah SH, Newby LK, 2003). Oxidative stress markers has been found to be increased in patients with increased cardiovascular risk, and the antioxidant glutathione was significantly reduced (Madisetty MK, et al. 2016).

 

Effective S-Acetyl Glutathione

Glutathione is your primary defense against aging.

Because cardiovascular risk was increased in people with reduce glutathione levels, and oxidative stress markers has also been found to be increased, glutathione is recommended (Madisetty MK, et al. 2016Buijjsse B, et al. 2012).

It's a very effective antioxidant that the body makes to protect itself from free radical damage (oxidative stress). It can help repair cells that are damaged by stress, radiation, pollution, infection, and other illnesses.

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Better Curcumin

Because the inflammatory marker hs-CRP is a strong predictor of cardiovascular risk, curcumin is recommended (Ridker PM, et al. 2000Ridker PM, et al. 2002Shah SH, Newby LK, 2003).

Compared with a placebo, supplementation with curcumin was associated with a significant reduction in C-reactive protein (CRP) (Sahebkar A, 2014).

Research has documented the many benefits of curcumin (found in turmeric spice), but regular curcumin is hard to absorb. Our formula improves the intake of this beneficial substance into the cells.

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CoQ10 Extra Absorb

CoQ10 is an enzyme involved in the energy metabolism in the mitochondria producing adenosine triphosphate (ATP). It is also a powerful antioxidant.

CoQ10 has shown via a direct antioxidant effect to preserve endothelium-dependent (layer inside the blood vessels) vasorelaxation by improving tolerance to injuries from ischemia (lack of blood supply) (Yokoyama H, et al. 1996).

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