The Unrecognized Breakthrough in Women’s Heart Health
One in four deaths among women are directly linked to heart trouble. That makes it the #1 killer of women. In fact, it kills just as many women as men. Yet barely half of all women in the U.S. recognize how dangerous heart trouble actually is.
Perhaps even worse, two-thirds of the women this scourge show no obvious signs before it kills them.1
The problem is most people still think of heart trouble as a “man’s issue.” But circulation-related heart problems have been killing more women than men every year since 1984!
Think you’re exempt? The American Heart Association says more than 1 in 3 American women currently suffers with some form of cardio-vascular problem.2
If you’re overweight… if your blood pressure is high… if you have blood sugar issues… if you smoke…you’re at risk. Because these are just a few of the risk factors for heart trouble.
And just a few of the reasons we developed Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE.
Because you deserve the same defenses against heart problems that men get. But – till now – they haven’t been available.
Today, we’ll explore one of the most potent natural defenses available for your heart. And why the form in Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE may be one of the biggest heart-health breakthroughs of the last 50 years.
Nature’s First “Superfood”
Long, long ago, your ancestors were hunter-gatherers. They worked hard to find their food. And they ate the foods
Nature provided in season.
One of the most important foods they sought – from late spring through autumn – was berries. Berries signaled a season of plenty. Sweet, filling, and loaded with nutrition, berries were one of the joys of your ancient ancestors’ diet.
Raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, and many more signaled the months of plenty… and of abundant health. In the fall, Native Americans combined dried game meats with fat and berries – often cranberries – to make pemmican, a nutritious staple food for winter.
Everywhere they grew, berries became an important part of the human diet. And a key defense against heart trouble.
Modern studies show berries boost antioxidant capacity, encourage healthy cholesterol levels, lower oxidation of LDL cholesterol, and promote healthy blood sugar levels.3
Your ancient ancestors may not have known the science… but they knew a heart healthy food when they found one.
Berries and Heart Health
Berries may be the heart-health champs. According to a 2015 review of studies, berries – including grapes – have an impressive resumé.
They promote flexible arteries for better blood flow… fight free radical damage… help block oxidation of LDL cholesterol… and discourage dangerous blood clots. Compounds in grapes appear to promote healthy cholesterol levels, support normalized blood pressure, and fight systemic irritation.4
A 2016 review published in Scientific Reports looked at 22 studies on berries and heart health. The studies involved 1,251 volunteers.
The studies showed people eating berries regularly had a healthier Body Mass Index (BMI)… lower blood pressure levels… healthier levels of blood sugar… saw significant drop in LDL cholesterol… and a drop in A1c, a measure of risk for serious metabolic problems.5
A 2016 study published in the journal Heart looked directly at the effect of berries on humans. All the volunteers started the study with high blood pressure.
In this study, some volunteers ate a diet high in fruits and veggies – including a serving of berries every day. Others ate a diet lower in these foods. Here’s how it worked…
For 4 weeks, all the volunteers ate 2 or fewer servings of fruits and vegetables per day. Then they were split into two groups.
Half continued to eat the same diet for 8 weeks. The other half went on a diet that included 6 servings of fruit and veggies – including a full serving of berries – daily.
After 8 weeks, the berry group showed a significantly lower risk of heart trouble. A change the authors linked to how many polyphenols the volunteers ate.6 And berries are especially rich in these plant compounds.
This is great news… but berries present a couple of challenges.
Get the Nutrients You Need When You Need Them
Berries may be superfoods. But you probably know the challenges they present as well as I do.
To begin with, berries are seasonal. If you want strawberries, you either have to be around to pick them when they’re ripe… or be able to pay for them when they’re in season.
In Florida and California, prices are pretty low ”in season.” But not so much elsewhere. And the “you-pick” options are limited. The same is true for many other types of berry. Our modern economy isn’t as flexible as our ancestors’ hunter-gatherer world.
So you’re probably stuck paying the going price for berries in the supermarket. And – except for a few weeks a year during peak season – berries are expensive.
During the long “off-season,” you may not be able find many berries at all. So what can you do?
The answer is a supplement made from berry concentrate.
The Best of Berries for Your Heart Health
If you could enjoy fresh blueberries, strawberries, grapes, and more year-round, that would be great.
Even if you can afford “off season” fruit, the berries you buy may be unripe. Which means they may not have the same nutrition as fully ripe berries.
Which is why Best Life Herbals selected BerryVin® for Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE. BerryVin® delivers the peak of nutritional value from 5 fruits.
And gives you the strongest heart defenses available. You get all the goodness of strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, and grapes… plus the heart-health benefits of
BerryVin® is the most potent berry booster for your heart we’ve found. And here’s why…
Strawberries… In a 2014 study, scientists showed this delightful fruit promotes lower levels of total and LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. Volunteers taking strawberries for a month also saw a jump in plasma vitamin C levels and a drop in markers of antioxidant stress.7
Blueberries… A 2010 study in the Journal of Nutrition showed blueberries can lower your risk of heart problems.
Volunteers taking blueberry concentrate had lower blood pressure… less dangerous oxidized LDL cholesterol… and lower markers of serious blood sugar problems.8
Cranberries… A 2005 Canadian study showed cranberries can have a potent effect on heart health.
In just two weeks, taking cranberry extract led to a drop in oxidized LDL cholesterol… and a big jump in overall antioxidant capacity.9
This is important because oxidized LDL is behind most artery blockages. Lowering the oxidized form of this fat leads to greater heart health. And adding to antioxidant capacity helps ensure less free radical damage… and a stronger heart.
Grapes… Most people don’t see grapes as berries… but they are. And they’re powerful berries, with potent effects. For example, a 2005 study tested grapes’ effect on arteries.
In this study, men with blood flow blockages showed significant improvement after taking polyphenols from grapes.10
In other words, grape extracts greatly improved blood flow.
Which leaves one last fruit…
The “Secret Ingredient” in Women’s Formula Cardio ADVANCE
BerryVin® contains extracts of strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, and grapes. But it also delivers one other key fruit: pomegranate.
Pomegranate may not be a berry… but it’s just as potent.
According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, pomegranate juice helps keep arteries clear and flexible… has anti-aging effects… and is a powerful anti-oxidant.11
Which makes pomegranate the perfect “finishing touch” to BerryVin®. And a great starting point for the Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE formula.
Because Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE delivers all the most potent heart-health boosters. Boosters like…
- Magnesium – This key heart-health mineral has at least 300 functions in your body – including ensuring a steady heartbeat.
- CoQ10 – A coenzyme responsible for energy creation in every muscle cell – including in your heart.
- Red Yeast Rice – One of Nature’s most powerful cholesterol fighters.
Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE offers 17 potent heart-health boosters. All in one easy-to-take formula.
You could easily spend three, four, or five times as much on a shopping cart of these individual ingredients. But why bother? Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE makes maximum heart defense so easy.
If you’re ready to provide your heart with the strongest defense possible… to put your heart’s defenses on “auto pilot,” now is your chance.
Try Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE with absolutely no risk. We guarantee you’ll love it, or we’ll buy it back. No hassles, no strings. And that offer is good for a full year from your date of purchase.
Enlist the 17 heart-health champions in Women’s Formula CardioADVANCE today. And give your heart the most advanced natural defenses money can buy.
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. These statements are not intended to treat, cure, prevent or diagnose any disease.
1 “Women and Heart Disease Fact Sheet,” CDC. Aug 23, 2017.
2 “Women & Cardiovascular Diseases,” American Heart Assoc. 2013.
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5 Huang, H., et al, “Effects of Berries Consumption on Cardiovascular Risk Factors: A Meta-analysis with Trial Sequential Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials,” Scientific Reports. 2016; 6: Article number: 23625.
6 Noad, R.L., et al, “Beneficial effect of a polyphenol-rich diet on cardiovascular risk: a randomised control trial,” Heart. Sep 1, 2016; 102(17): 1371-1379.
7 Alvarez-Suarez, J.M., et al, “One-month strawberry-rich anthocyanin supplementation ameliorates cardiovascular risk, oxidative stress markers and platelet activation in humans,” The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. Mar 2014; 25(3): 289-294.
8 Basu, A., et al, “Blueberries Decrease Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Obese Men and Women with Metabolic Syndrome,” J. Nutr. Sep 1, 2010; 140(9): 1582-1587.
9 Ruel, G., et al, “Changes in plasma antioxidant capacity and oxidized low-density lipoprotein levels in men after short-term cranberry juice consumption,” Metabolism. Jul 2005; 54(7): 856-861.
10 John Lekakis, J., et al, “Polyphenols compounds from red grapes acutely improve endothelial function in patients with coronary heart disease,” Euro Jrnl Prev Card. 2005; 12(6).
11 Stowe, C.B., “The effects of pomegranate juice consumption on blood pressure and cardiovascular health,” Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice. May 2011; 17(2): 113-115.
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