Eat This One Thing to Keep Your Arteries Healthy… Up to 70% of Americans Avoid It
Stiff, clogged arteries put your heart – and your life – at risk. When your arteries aren’t flexible, your circulation suffers. Your blood pressure rises. And your future becomes a big question mark.
So imagine if eating one thing could help you keep your arteries more flexible. And imagine if 7 out of 10 adults don’t eat it often enough.
Yet a new study published by the American College of Cardiology (ACC) says eating this slashes your risk of hardening of the arteries. And here’s the thing…
- It can also help you control blood sugar levels
- It can help you lose weight
- It can even make you more effective at work.
What is this magical food?
Well, it’s not a food. It’s . And the ACC study reveals more than 70% of Americans don’t eat a good breakfast.1 Which means 7 out of 10 adults are flirting with an iffy future.
And that includes women. Believe it or not, women are as likely as men to suffer with heart trouble. And once they’ve reached 65, women are even more likely than men to suffer some common heart problems.
Which is why ladies should be sure to get a good breakfast. But to add to your defenses, there is a food that can help. A food we’ve concentrated in Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE for maximum effect.
Is This the World’s Heart-Healthiest Fruit?
You may be one of the millions of people who feel rushed in the morning. You have a million things to do. And there just isn’t time to fix a good breakfast every morning.
And fast food breakfasts are basically a pile of salted fat and carbs. Hardly a heart-healthy option.
Here’s the good news: There’s a fruit for that. But if you think fixing breakfast is a hassle, wait till you try eating this fruit. Its juice is easy to find. But, like any other fruit juice, it’s mostly sugar water. Which isn’t a whole lot healthier than a fast food breakfast.
But there is a form of this fruit that’s easy, convenient, and delivers virtually all the fruit’s goodness with none of the hassle or sugar.
It’s pomegranate extract. And Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE delivers the most potent pomegranate extract we’ve found: PomActive®.
Pomegranate is known for its antioxidant power. But it has another key effect on heart health. It supports healthy, more flexible arteries.
Which may make pomegranate the heart-healthiest fruit.
Heart Risk Often Starts Outside the Heart
High cholesterol – especially high levels of oxidized LDL – raises your risk of heart trouble. So does smoking. And high blood pressure. Being overweight is another risk factor. So are high blood sugar and being inactive.
All these different problems have one important point in common. They raise your risk of narrowed, stiff arteries. Which slows blood flow… while making your heart work harder. And your heart is already working heard enough. It beats over 30 million times a year!
Adding extra stress can lead to all sorts of heart problems. It can even prove fatal.
Over the last 25 years or so, pomegranate has emerged as a potent source of support for heart health. Animal and human studies show pomegranate…
- Supports a reversal of the thickening of their walls that makes arteries less flexible
- Promotes lower levels of dangerous oxidized LDL cholesterol
- Supports healthy blood pressure levels2
- Inhibits the activity of an enzyme that triggers blood vessels to constrict3
- Helps lower total and LDL cholesterol – without affecting “good” HDL levels4
- Defends your arteries’ ability to produce nitric oxide (NO). NO keeps your arteries flexible.5
That’s quite a list for a humble fruit. And that last item is especially important.
Help Keep Your Arteries More Flexible “On Demand”
Nitric oxide (NO) is a gas. It triggers arterial flexibility. Which is a fancy way to say it helps your arteries handle more blood on demand.
For example, when you exercise, your heartbeat goes up to supply more oxygen and nutrients to your cells. By releasing NO, your arteries can “stretch” to handle the extra flow. Your blood pressure goes up… but not as much as it would if your arteries were narrowed or stiff.
When you need your arteries to handle more blood, you body sends a signal via an enzyme called eNOS – “endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase.” In response, the thin layer of cells lining your arteries releases NO.
High levels of LDL cholesterol interfere with this process. And high levels of oxidized LDL can lead to a build-up on artery walls… restricting blood flow.
Studies show pomegranate defends against this LDL problem. It helps raise eNOS levels and defends your body’s ability to make NO. With plenty of NO available, your arteries remain more flexible… and your heart doesn’t have to work so hard.
Pomegranate is great. But it’s not the only NO defender in Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE.
Garlic to the Rescue
Garlic is one of the best-known natural heart health boosters. It’s been used as food and medicine for countless generations. And modern studies show it’s effective.
For example, a recent U.S.-Canadian review found there’s strong evidence that garlic encourages healthy blood pressure and normalized cholesterol. Garlic may also help ease levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) – a marker of systemic irritation linked to heart trouble.6
Garlic may also be one of your best friends when it comes to NO production.
In one study, scientists gave animals either aged garlic extract or another substance already shown to boost NO levels. Garlic came out the clear winner, boosting NO levels by as much as 40% within an hour.7
Garlic also appears to have an effect on another NO-killer, homocysteine (Hcy).
High levels of Hcy result from systemic irritation. It’s known to damage the lining of arteries where NO is produced. But in a 2012 study, researchers showed garlic extract can block the effects of Hcy.
The team tested garlic extract on artery cells exposed to high Hcy levels. Adding the garlic led to restored NO production. Garlic blocked the damage normally caused by Hcy, partly through its antioxidant abilities.
What may be more interesting here is these scientists weren’t looking to see if garlic might be helpful, but how. Because other studies had already shown volunteers taking garlic saw normalized NO production. Even when their Hcy levels were high – and their arteries had already been damaged.8
That makes garlic a powerful ally. But there’s one other element you need. Raw materials.
Make the NO Your Arteries Need to Stay Healthy
Flour is the most basic ingredient of bread. In a way, you could say flour is a precursor of bread. Without it, there’s no bread.
That’s how you can look at the amino acid L-arginine. It’s the precursor of NO. Without L-arginine, there’s no NO… even if you get everything else right.
There are a couple of ways to get L-arginine. Your body can convert another amino acid – L-citrulline – to L-arginine. Or you can take in L-arginine directly.
That’s why Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE delivers a full 200 mg of L-arginine, too. Quite a few studies link higher L-arginine intake with higher NO levels. Which, in turn, improves blood flow.9
A healthy heart requires healthy arteries. And boosting NO is one of the easiest and most effective ways to promote heart health. It’s like your own personal heart-health insurance policy.
The Potent Heart Defenses a Woman Needs – All in One Place
Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE provides 17 heart-health champs in one convenient source. Champs like…
- Magnesium to encourage a strong, steady heartbeat
- BerryVin® berry concentrate for extra antioxidant power
- CoQ10 to help make the energy your heart needs
- Polycosanol to support healthy cholesterol levels
- B vitamins to help break down dangerous C-reactive protein
Based on the latest research, Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE is the most advanced heart formula we’ve ever offered.
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Yours in continued good health,
The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to treat, cure, prevent or diagnose any disease.
1 “Skipping Breakfast Associated with Atherosclerosis,” American College of Cardiology. Oct 2, 2017.
2 Aviram, M., et al, “Pomegranate juice consumption for 3 years by patients with carotid artery stenosis reduces common carotid intima-media thickness, blood pressure and LDL oxidation,” Clinical Nutrition. Jun 2004; 23(3): 423-433.
3 Aviram, M. and Dornfeld, L., “Pomegranate juice consumption inhibits serum angiotensin converting enzyme activity and reduces systolic blood pressure,” Atherosclerosis. Sep 2001; 158(1): 195-198.
4 Esmaillzadeh, A., et al, “Concentrated pomegranate juice improves lipid profiles in diabetic patients with hyperlipidemia,” J Med Food. Fall 2004; 7(3): 305-308.
5 de Nigris, F., et al, “Pomegranate juice reduces oxidized low-density lipoprotein downregulation of endothelial nitric oxide synthase in human coronary endothelial cells,” Nitric Oxide. Nov 2006; 15(3): 259-263.
6 Varshney, R. and Budoff, M.J., “Garlic and Heart Disease,” J. Nutr. Feb 1, 2016; 146(2): 416S-421S.
7 Morihara, N., et al, “Aged garlic extract enhances production of nitric oxide,” Life Sciences. Jun 2002; 71(5): 509-517.
8 Weiss, N., et al, “Aged garlic extract restores nitric oxide bioavailability in cultured human endothelial cells even under conditions of homocysteine elevation,” Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Jan 9, 2013; 162-167.
9 Bode-Böger, S.M., et al, “l-Arginine Induces Nitric Oxide–Dependent Vasodilation in Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia,” Circulation. 1996; 93(1): 85-90.
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