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Blueberries May Lower Cardiovascular Risk By Up To 20 Percent!

The phytochemicals that give blueberries their blue colour have been found to significantly improve cardiovascular health in a new study

This is great news seeing as Blueberry Muffin Day* is on the 11th of July! Along with broccoli, pulses and fish, berries may also reduce heart disease due to their antioxidants. However, if you’re not a fan of blueberries don’t despair, there are other ways you can look after your cardiovascular health, like considering a supplement.

Formulated by the UK’s leading nutritionist and author of Natural Alternatives to Dieting, Dr Marilyn Glenville (www.glenvilleclinics.com), presents the new NHP

Certain nutrients can help…

“Good dietary and lifestyle advice are important for the prevention of cardiovascular disease and certain nutrients have been shown to be helpful.  High levels of homocysteine in the blood have been shown to increase the risk of damaging the lining of the arteries and this can contribute to heart disease and stroke.

It is important to have good levels of the three B vitamins, vitamin B6, B12 and folic acid (as the active methylfolate) in order to keep homocysteine in the normal range.”

Cardio Support – a unique combination of 19 specially selected nutrients and botanicals to help support healthy heart function and circulation.

  • Vitamin B1 – contributes to the normal function of the heart                              

  • Vitamin E – contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress

  • Vitamin B6 – for the reduction of tiredness and fatigue

  • Vitamin B12 – for normal blood cell formation

  • Vitamin K2 – for healthy heart function

  • Garlic – contributes to normal circulation

  • Folic acid – as the active form methylfolate

  • Antioxidants – such as resveratrol and quercetin

  • Hawthorn – for good blood pressure

  • Two amino acids – l-arginine and l-carnitine for healthy heart function

  • D-ribose – supplies heart cells with energy.

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