It is well accepted by healthcare practitioners as well as the medical profession that the right diet and lifestyle are key to maintaining a healthy heart and arteries. Taking specific supplements is also important for keeping blood pressure and blood fat levels in the healthy range.
Healthy circulation and blood flow are important for a healthy heart. The natural amino acid Arginine can act as a powerful vasodilator, helping to maintain blood flow to the heart and a healthy vascular system. Arginine also has a positive effect on muscle and is involved in red blood cell formation.
Cardio Heart Nutrients supplies key nutrients to support a healthy heart and circulation.
Co-Enzyme Q10 is naturally present in every cell of the body but, most importantly, is concentrated in the energy-intensive cells
H Factors is designed to help maintain homocysteine within normal levels in the body, particularly as we grow older. It provides TMG (tri-methyl glycine) plus three B vitamins and Zinc, each known to assist this process.
Red Sterol Complex provides Red Yeast Rice, Plant Sterols and Cinnamon bark. Plant Sterols help to support healthy blood cholesterol levels, and Vitamin E helps protect blood lipids against harmful oxidation.
Prized for its strength-enhancing and health-giving properties for thousands of years, Garlic contains many sulphur-containing compounds which are responsible both for the odour and its health benefits.
Tri-Methyl Glycine (TMG) is also known as Betaine. It plays a role in methylation processes in the body, helping to maintain a healthy heart and vascular system.
Co-Enzyme Q10 is important for energy production and may enhance sport performance in those who have not reached peak performance. CoQ10 has a particular affinity for the heart
Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant throughout the body and protects the cells from oxidative stress. Our Vitamin E also works well taken alongside True Food Super Potency Soyagen for women during the menopause years.
Vitamin K contributes to the maintenance of normal bones and the Vitamin K2 form stays in the blood for longer than Vitamin K1. It also contributes to normal blood clotting.