Formulated to help provide protection and increased vascular health as well as having benefits of the Liquid Gold Mineral organic complex, we have combined the organic mineral complex with B1, B2, B6, B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Folic Acid, Choline, Inositol Boron, Manganese, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc to provide a magnified support to the following key benefits.
*Has been known to support: nutritional assurance toward the proper maintenance of levels of homocysteine in the blood, support with cholesterol levels, may support the protection and health of our arteries and the prevention of arterial plaque buildup, may support with the vascular system to help lesson heart attacks, strokes, loss of circulation, and formation of blood clots. It may enhance digestive functions and help to sustain the tone and health of all body organs, sustains brain function and supports cognitive activity and healthy nerve function, enhances circulation and blood formation, contributes to healthy skin, sustains cellular replication and the synthesis of RNA and DNA, strengthens and supports several levels of the immune system, supports the maintenance of bones, teeth and skin, supports cardiovascular health, it reduces nervousness and supports positive mental function.
Cardio B Plus – Homocysteine Formula contains key vitamins and has enhabced cellulor penetration because of our Liquid Gold Organic Mineral Complex. *These nutrients may help with: – • maintaining cardiovascular health • support digestion of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins • provide support to the immune system • support higher energy levels • assist in red blood cell formation • slows aging process • support memory and learning • support endurance • support healthy skin and hair • sustain reproduction organs • sustain bone integrity • provide antioxidant protection from 2 sources • helps balance hormone function • assist with menopausal discomforts • help prevent water retention • combating anemia *Liquid Gold Organic Mineral Complex bridges the gap from inorganic to organic action and boosts this diverse combination of nutrients. The Organic Mineral Complex contains over 70 trace elements and minerals that can mix with all the nutrients in the Cardio B Plus to increase their transport into the cell, boost the utilization of these nutrients inside the cell, aid absorption, improve action, and add many more benefits on the cellular level. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
VITAMIN B1 – Vitamin B1 enhances circulation and assists in blood formation, carbohydrate metabolism, and the production of hydrochloric acid, which is important for proper digestion. It optimizes cognitive activity and brain function. It has a positive effect on energy, growth, normal appetite, and learning capacity, and is needed for muscle tone of the intestines, stomach, and heart. Also acting as an antioxidant, it protects the body from the degenerative effects of aging, alcohol consumption, and smoking.
VITAMIN B2 – Vitamin B2 is necessary for red blood cell formation, anti-body production, cell respiration, and growth. It alleviates eye fatigue and is important in the prevention and treatment of cataracts. It aids in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It also facilitates the use of oxygen by the tissues of the skin, nails, and hair, eliminates dandruff and helps the absorption of iron and Vitamin B6.
VITAMIN B6 – Vitamin B6 is involved in more bodily functions than almost any other single nutrient and affects both physical and mental health. It is beneficial if you suffer from water retention and is necessary for the production of hydrochloric acid and the absorption of fats and protein, as well as aiding in maintaining sodium and potassium balance and promoting red blood cell formation. It is required by the nervous system, is needed for brain function, activates many enzymes and aids in immune system function, and antibody production. Vitamin B6 plays a role in cancer immunity and aids in the prevention of arteriosclerosis, inhibits formation of a toxic chemical called homocysteine, which attacks the heart muscle and allows the deposition of cholesterol around the heart muscle. It may also be useful in preventing oxalate kidney stones and helpful in the treatment of allergies, arthritis, and asthma.
VITAMIN B12 – Vitamin B12 is needed to prevent anemia. It aids in regulating the formation of red blood cells, and helps in the utilization of iron. This vitamin is also required for proper digestion, absorption of foods, the synthesis of protein, and the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats. It aids in cell formation and cellular longevity. Vitamin B12 prevents nerve damage, maintains fertility, and is linked to the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that assists memory and learning.
VITAMIN C – Vitamin C aids in the production of anti-stress hormones and interferon, and is needed for metabolism of folic acid, tyrosine, and phenylalanine. It protects against the harmful effects of pollution, protects against infection, and enhances immune system. It also may reduce cholesterol levels and high blood pressure, and prevent atherosclerosis.
VITAMIN D – Vitamin D, a fat-soluble vitamin, is required for the absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus by the intestinal tract. It protects against muscle weakness and is involved in regulation of the heartbeat. It is also important in the treatment of hypocalcaemia, enhances immunity, and is necessary for thyroid function and normal blood clotting.
FOLIC ACID – Considered a brain food, folic acid is needed for energy production and the formation of red blood cells. It also strengthens immunity by aiding in the proper formation and functioning of white blood cells. Because it functions as a coenzyme in DNA and RNA synthesis, it is important for healthy cell division and replication. Folic Acid may help depression and anxiety, and may be effective in the treatment of uterine cervical dysplasia. It is very important in pregnancy, helping to regulate embryonic and fetal nerve cell formation, which is vital for normal development, and may help to prevent premature birth. Essential in process of remethylation for homocysteine balance.
CHOLINE – Choline is needed for the proper transmission of nerve impulses from the brain through the central nervous system, as well as for gallbladder regulation, liver function, and lecithin formation. It aids in hormone production and minimizes excess fat in the liver because it aids in fat and cholesterol metabolism. Without choline, brain function and memory are impaired. A deficiency may result in fatty buildup in the liver, as well as in cardiac symptoms, gastric ulcers, high blood pressure, the inability to digest fats, kidney and liver impairment, and stunted growth.
INOSITOL – Inositol is vital for hair growth. This vitamin has a calming effect and helps to reduce cholesterol levels. It helps prevent hardening of the arteries, and is important in the formation of lecithin and the metabolism of fat and cholesterol. It also helps remove fats from the liver. Deficiency can lead to arteriosclerosis, constipation, hair loss, high blood cholesterol, irritability, mood swings, and skin eruptions.
BORON – Boron is needed in trace amounts for healthy bones and for the metabolism of calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. It also enhances brain function and promotes alertness. Boron supplementation is said to increase testosterone, contributing to muscle growth.
MANGANESE – Manganese is essential in trace amounts for protein and fat metabolism, healthy nerve function, and proper operations of the immune system. It is also essential in energy production, bone growth, and formation of cartilage and lubricating fluid for the joints. It works well B complex vitamins and contributes to an overall feeling of well being. It assists with the cardiovascular system and the proper regulation of blood sugars. It is essential for utilization of thiamin and Vitamin E and a key element in the formation of antioxidant enzyme super oxide dismutase (SOD) as well as other enzymes.
POTASSIUM – This mineral is important for a healthy nervous system and a regular heart rhythm. It helps prevent stroke, aids in proper muscle contraction, and works with sodium to control the body’s water balance. Potassium is important for chemical reactions within the cells and aids in maintaining stable blood pressure and in transmitting electrochemical impulses. It also regulates the transfer of nutrients through cell membranes. This function of potassium has been shown to decrease with age, which may account for some of the circulatory damage, lethargy, and weakness experienced by older people.
CALCIUM – Calcium is vital for the formation of strong bones and teeth and for the maintenance of healthy gums. It is also important in the maintenance of a regular heartbeat and the transmission of nerve impulses. Calcium lowers cholesterol levels and helps prevent cardiovascular disease. It is needed for muscular growth and contraction, and for the prevention of muscle cramps. It may increase the rate of bone growth and bone mineral density in children. This important mineral is also essential in blood clotting and helps prevent cancer. It may lower blood pressure and prevent bone loss associated with osteoporosis as well. Calcium provides energy and participates in the protein structuring of RNA and DNA. It is involved in the activation of several enzymes, including lipase, which breaks down fats for utilization, by the body. In addition, calcium maintains proper cell membrane permeability, aids in neuromuscular activity, helps to keep the skin healthy, and protects the bones and teeth from lead by inhibiting absorption of this toxic metal.
MAGNESIUM – Magnesium is a vital catalyst in enzyme activity, especially the activity of those enzymes involved in energy production. It assists in calcium and potassium uptake. A deficiency of magnesium interferes with the transmission of nerve and muscle impulses, causing irritability and nervousness. Supplementing the diet with magnesium can help prevent depression, dizziness, muscle weakness, twitching, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and also aids in maintaining the body’s proper pH balance. Magnesium is necessary to prevent the calcification of soft tissue. This essential mineral protects the arterial linings from stress caused by sudden blood pressure changes, and plays a role in the formation of bone and in carbohydrate and mineral metabolism. With Vitamin B6, magnesium helps to reduce and dissolve calcium phosphate kidney stones and may prevent calcium oxalate kidney stones. Recent research has shown that magnesium may help prevent cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and certain forms of cancer, and it may reduce cholesterol levels. It is effective in preventing premature labor and convulsions in pregnant women.
ZINC – This essential mineral is important in the function of the reproductive organs. It may help prevent acne and regulate the activity of oil glands. It is required for protein synthesis and collagen formation, and promotes a healthy immune system and the healing of wounds. Zinc allows acuity of taste and smell it protects the liver from chemical damage and is vital for bone formation. It is a constituent of insulin and many vital enzymes, including the antioxidant enzyme super oxide dismutase (SOD). Sufficient intake and absorption of zinc are needed to maintain the proper concentration of Vitamin E in the blood. In addition, zinc increases the absorption of Vitamin A.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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