LIPOTROPIC FACTORS AND B VITAMINS HELP MAINTAIN THE HEALTH OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

Many factors determine the health of your heart and blood vessels, especially a balanced diet low in fat and high in fiber. Sometimes we don’t eat the foods that give us the nutrients we need for optimal cardiovascular health. These nutrients include lipotropic factors and B-vitamins.

Lipotropic factors are essential for the production of lipoproteins which help keep lipids (fats) emulsified in the bloodstream, so they may be mobilized and utilized throughout the body where needed. B-vitamins help assure proper metabolism of homocysteine, a natural metabolic by-product that can damage arteries if it accumulates in blood.

GNLD’s leading-edge Lipotropic Adjunct™ provides nutrients shown to play essential roles in maintaining the health of the circulatory system.

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WHY LIPOTROPIC FACTORS AND B-VITAMINS?

  • Lipotropic factors are essential for the production of lipoproteins, which help keep lipids emulsified in the bloodstream.
  • B-vitamins help assure proper metabolism of homocysteine, a natural metabolic by-product that can damage arteries if it accumulates in blood.

 

WHY GNLD LIPOTROPIC ADJUNCT?

  • Concentrated lipotropic factors (choline and inositol) assist the mobilization and utilization of dietary fats.
  • Contains folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12, nutrients known to lower blood levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that can accumulate to dangerous levels and damage blood vessels.
  • Betaine hydrochloride helps create an environment conducive to vitamin B12 absorption. Betaine is itself involved in homocysteine metabolism.
  • Citrus bioflavonoids, including hesperidin, support the health of the circulatory system.

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About Nutrients that keep blood pressure normal

In an effort to draw attention to the dramatic increases in chronic disease world-wide, the World Health Organization (WHO) in its report, “Preventing Chronic Disease - A Vital Investment”, pointed that chronic disease, world-wide, is increasing faster than the rate of population growth! In 2005, 60% of all deaths, about 35 million, were attributed to chronic disease. By 2015, they expect that number to rise by 17% to 41 million! One of these chronic diseases is cardiovascular disease - a disease linked to high blood pressure, which the WHO reports kills an estimated 17 million people worldwide every year. At the root of this problem is poor nutrition. Many people are just not consuming foods with sufficient levels of nutrients capable of helping our bodies fight off diseases and keep us healthy. As a way to help people improve their diet and reduce incidences of chronic diseases (particularly those linked to high blood pressure), we decided to write this blog in an attempt to highlight nutrients that are important in maintaining normal blood pressure levels. We have also included research findings to back our claims. Also featured are dietary supplements that contain the essential nutrients in much higher levels than those found in ordinary food for best results. Feel free to leave your comments or contact us in case you have any queries. Also kindly support our cause by buying any of the featured dietary supplements.
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