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For a Healthy Heart…The ingredients and what they do.
EDTA: EDTA has been shown to be safe for humans and has been proven effective in the removal of plaque from the arteries over many years of intense studies. Chelation means to combine an organic compound with a metallic ion to form a chelate.
Thus, EDTA (ethylenediamine tetra-acetic acid) can gradually reduce atherosclerotic plaque and other mineral deposits throughout the cardiovascular system by literally dissolving them away.
Vitamin E – You may have heard claims that Vitamin E harms more than it helps heart health. However, what these researchers fail to tell you is that the Vitamin E they used in this study was an artificial synthetic form of Vitamin E – meaning the body didn’t recognize it as food and thus didn’t utilize it. The vitamin E in Clear Heart is a natural form D-alpha tocophenol. (d- means natural, di – synthetic)
As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin E safeguards your body from free-radical damage and various chronic illnesses including cardiovascular disease. Many population studies show that subjects with higher vitamin E levels have a lower risk of developing heart disease.
Inflammation is the fire in your body in response to infection or injury. Unfortunately, high levels of inflammation increase your heart attack and stroke risk. Studies show that vitamin E’s powerful anti-inflammatory properties can reduce your risk for inflammatory diseases including heart disease.
It also has anti-clotting factors and may prevent atrial fibrillation.
Niacin helps widen your blood vessels, which helps relax your arteries, thereby improving your circulation. It also elps your body obtain energy from the food you eat,
Vitamin B-6 Homecysteine needs to be made into Cysteine which is a necessary component of Glutatione which is the body’s master anti-oxidant. Although homocysteine is naturally found in the body, having too much in the blood can cause health complications. B6 will thus reduce homocysteine concentrations. increasing folic acid, vitamin B6 and B12 intake also works against heart disease by improving vascular function and blood flow.
Folic Acid is another of the B vitamins that helps break down homocysteine – which in excess is related to a higher risk of coronary heart disease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease, also called peripheral artery disease or PAD.
Vitamin B-12 The human body needs vitamin B12 to make red blood cells, nerves, DNA, and carry out other functions. B12 is also needed in the reaction that changes homocysteine into cysteine which is needed to make glutathione, the body’s master anti-oxidant.
B Vitamins The importance of B vitamins to vascular health. B Vitamins are essential to the integrity of the blood vessels and the heart. Without these vitamins, the wall of the blood vessel will become weak and thus can rupture. Any weakening will result in the body using an available substance – cholesterol as a bandaid. But, that doesn’t work too well as it can create clots and lack of circulation.
Magnesium Your heart has the highest magnesium requirement of any organ, specifically your left ventricle. With insufficient amounts of magnesium, your heart cannot function properly
Calcium studies have shown it actually not a factor in heart disease, however, magnesium and calcium work together. It is the lack of magnesium that creates any calcium build up problem. Calcium is needed for magnesium absorption.
Calcium/Magnesium helps to maintain already healthy blood pressure levels and cardiovascular health. Supports the health of bones and muscular system. The heart is a muscle.
Potassium Your body depends on the mineral potassium to help control the electrical balance of your heart. Low potassium levels can cause muscle weakness and heart rhythm disturbances.
L-Cysteine Antioxidants fight free radicals, which are harmful compounds in the body that damage cell membranes and DNA
L-Argenine – it is an essential amino acid meaning it cannot be made by the bod but must gotten from food or supplementation. It has many functions but lowers the risk for arteriosclerosis and heart attack protects lining
L-Carnitine Researchers at Mayo Clinic found L-carnitine’s ability to stabilize heart cell membranes and improve compromised cellular energy metabolism.
Acai Berry acai berries are extremely high in anthocyanins, a type of antioxidant that supports balanced cholesterol levels.They are also rich in plant sterols that provide cardio-protective benefits, including supporting circulation, improving overall blood composition, and relaxing the blood vessels.
Nattokinase It is a powerful enzyme. Its use is in the area of cardiovascular health, where it reduces blood clotting, thus making it an extremely powerful, all-natural enzymatic support which may aid in deterring both heart disease and stroke
L-Citrulline improved circulation and reduction in sensitivity to cold, by increasing vascular relaxation and increasing blood flow to the body.
Resveratrol is part of a group of compounds called polyphenols. They're thought to act like antioxidants, protecting the body against damage that can put you at higher risk for things like cancer and heart disease. It's in the skin of red grapes, but you can also find it in peanuts and berries
Quercetin this powerful antioxidant quercetin can help manage a number of inflammatory health problems, including heart disease and blood vessel problems, allergies, infections, chronic fatigue, and symptoms related to autoimmune disorders like arthritis. Studies have shown that the consumption of flavonoids, specifically quercetin, offer a two fold benefit (at least) in promoting overall cardiovascular health. First, it encourages blood flow.  Secondly, researchers have observed that quercetin’s antioxidant action protects against LDL cholesterol oxidation. This may be beneficial because oxidation causes LDL cholesterol to stick to artery walls.
Co-Enzyme Q-10 it has a vital role in oxygen utilization and energy production, particularly in heart muscle cells.
Hawthorne regulate the heart electronic impulses and blood pressure. The berries have been used in traditional medicine since the first century, and contain phytonutrients called anthocyanidins and proanthocyanidins, antioxidants that have a variety of therapeutic effects including strengthening the walls of blood vessels. Extracts of hawthorn berries, leaves and blossoms also contain compounds that have a tonifying effect on the heart and vascular system. Hawthorn has been studied for its use in treating health concerns related to the heart and blood vessels. This includes congestive heart failure, irregular heartbeat, chest pain, low and high blood pressure, angina, atherosclerosis, and high cholesterol.
Ginko Simulates blood vessel dilation and blood flow. It also been linked to lower blood pressure and an elimination of blood clots throughout the cardiovascular system. Dilating blood vessels reduced the strain on the heart, while the anti-clotting capability significantly reduces your chances of suffering from a heart attack or stroke.
Parsley Parsley is a great generator of just one of the very significant B vitamins: folic acid. This acid can help you to reduce homocysteine. blood vessels can be damaged by high levels in the blood, raising the danger of stroke and heart attack.
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