Vitabiotics Cardioace Plus

Vitabiotics Cardioace Plus

£16.89

Description

Cardioace Plus combines a multivitamin formula of the original Cardioace with 1. 3g of plant sterols. It is designed to be the most comprehensive, research-based nutritional supplement for a healthy heart. Cardioace Plus contains a natural compound called reservatrol, a phytochemical found in red grape skins which may be partly responsible for the health benefit attributed to red wine. Reservatrol is thought to be a powerful antioxidant that may help support vascular health. Co Q10 is also important for energy production within the cells and may play a role in heart health. Omega-3 fish oils included in Cardioace Plus The Cardioace formulation includes omega-3 fish oil, a rich source of EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid). Humans probably evolved on a diet with a ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids of approximately 1 to 1, but today we consume many more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3s - between 10 to 25 times more! Omega-3 fatty acids may play an important role in maintaining normal blood pressure, cholesterol and trigylceride levels. The EPA in omega-3 fish oil is also thought to be a direct source of an important substance influencing platelet adhesion which may mean it helps support the flow of blood through our vessels. Cardioace Plus formulation includes Lycopene, Alpha lipoic acid and other powerful antioxidants. Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant and may be beneficial for heart health by defending the body against free radicals, which cause oxidation. Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL), commonly known as 'bad cholesterol', is the main supplier of cholesterol to tissues. High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) scavenges for free cholesterol in the tissues and tr ts it back to the liver, so it is known as 'good cholesterol'. Oxidation of HDL interferes with its role in cholesterol tr t. Antioxidants like lycopene, alpha Lipoic acid, reservatrol, selenium, vitamins E and C also in Cardioace Plus help to defend against free radicals, which. Please note that results may vary.