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Cardiovascular Health & Glyconutrients

Glyconutrients promote production of vital antioxidants and enzymes that are beneficial for cardiovascular health and prevention of heart strokes, as well as many other medical conditions, like breast cancer, arthritis, diabetes (Type II), depression, candida and herpes.

Glyconutrients are immunomodulating, they have a powerful effect on the immune system and are able to destroy viruses and bacteria that effect cardiovascular health.

"One adult dies from heart disease every three minutes"

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The heart beats around 70 times per minute pumping approximately 10 million liters of blood around your 100 000 km of blood vessels every year. It pumps deoxygenated blood to the

lungs and oxygenated blood to the arteries for circulation and your heart receives its own oxygenated and nutrient rich blood supply from the coronary arteries. A build up of cholesterol, protein and calcium deposits on the artery cell wall leads to cardiovascular disease (CVD).

There are several risk factors relating to cardiovascular heart disease:

  • Smoking
  • High blood pressure
  • High homeocysteine levels have toxic effects on the vascular system and are strongly associated to artheriosclerosis.
  • Poor diet, fatty foods and obesity.
  • High cholesterol levels.
  • Excessive alcohol
  • High insulin levels elevate triglyceride levels which is associated with risk of heart disease
  • Too little antioxidants. Antioxidants help to remove toxins causing cellular damage.
  • Helicobacter pylori bacteria and ulcers are found in many heart disease sufferers.
  • Type A personalities.
  • High stress levels.

Successful factors that can prevent and diminish risk of CVD:

Glyconutrients can play an important role in the management of the above factors but there is no doubt that they cannot do it alone. An entire lifestyle change is essential. Improving your diet and exercising regularly will make a considerable difference in supporting the cardiovascular system. Of vital importance in relation to diet is keeping bad cholesterol levels down. Glyconutrients containing aloe and the mushrooms particularly cordyceps have shown to reduce bad cholesterol levels considerably.

Glyconutrients generate activity of the antioxidant glutathione. Glutathione is produced in the liver where it does the important task of detoxifying harmful compounds excreted through the bile. It is also found in the intestines for carbohydrate metabolism and breakdown of oxidized fats that may contribute to artheriosclerosis.
Glyconutrients stimulate production of a metabolic enzyme SOD (superoxide dismutase) a really good antioxidant that destroys free radicals.

Other suggestions for heart health:

  • Increase your fiber intake.
  • Increase essential fatty acids.
  • Eat more fruit and vegetables. If quality organic veggies are not available, supplement your diet with commercially available glyconutrients.
  • Add Soya lecithin to your diet.
  • Olive oil lowers LDL (bad cholesterol).
  • Drink 6 glasses of water daily.
  • After age of 50 do not take iron supplements unless prescribed.
    Check your homocysteine levels. Take B complex and folic acid.
  • Lose weight. Consider fasting - lose weight as well as incite a process of deep detoxification by shifting the bodys attention to crucial cleansing and tissue repair. Many have thus been healed of terminal illnesses.
  • Exercise, exercise, exercise!
  • Argue a little less!



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