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Cardiovascular Health

High cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes are just some of the common conditions that negatively impact the cardiovascular system. Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women, and recent research reveals that 50 percent of men and 64 percent of women who die suddenly of heart disease had no previous symptoms of the disease. The good news is that cardiovascular disease is largely preventable. Addressing controllable risk factors such as poor nutrition, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar levels, cigarette smoking, physical inactivity, and obesity can greatly reduce your risk for heart disease.

When paired with a healthy lifestyle, our heart health formulations can help support cardiovascular health through a variety of mechanisms. These include the support of healthy cholesterol, triglyceride, blood sugar, and blood pressure levels, the optimization of blood vessel structure and function, and the reduction of inflammation and atherosclerotic plaque formation. Explore these health library articles to learn about cutting-edge cardiovascular diagnostic testing, the role of cholesterol in our body, and the impact of genetic and lifestyle risk factors on cardiovascular health.

How We Can Help

We support a wide range of cardiovascular health issues:

  • Blood Lipid Values (Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides)
  • Blood Pressure
  • Metabolic Health / Diabetes
  • Inflammation
  • Vascular Health

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