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Here’s what you need to know about Men’s Multi-Vitamins

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Men and women have different requirements when it comes to nutritional support. Vitamin Code Men’s Formula is a comprehensive multi-vitamin with specific nutrients to support prostrate health, mental and physical energy and heart health.

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Niacin is Great for Managing Cholesterol Balance

Niacin is good for your cholesterol

Did You Know That Niacin Can Improve Your Cholesterol Levels?

Niacin has been shown to be effective in lowering cholesterol levels. Taking niacin is regarded to be a natural way to lower LDL cholesterol levels without the unwanted side effects experienced with regular medications. Niacin supplements have been found to be as effective as, if not more effective than statin drugs in lowering bad cholesterol.

Niacin also aids in raising HDL cholesterol.

We recently read an interesting article from Dr. Stephen Sinatra, a highly respected and sought-after cardiologist who has an integrative approach to treating cardiovascular disease.

He discussed the benefits of incorporating Niacin into your daily routine.

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Dr. Sinatra says, “It’s one of the best nutrients for raising HDL cholesterol. A research roundup completed by Mark Houston, M.D., from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, revealed that niacin increased HDL levels by 10 percent to 30 percent. Higher HDL levels leads to plaque regression. In fact, the higher your HDL levels, the greater the protection in your blood vessels.

  • Niacin does an excellent job of lowering the small, dense LDL cholesterol particles that can clog your arteries.
  • Niacin was shown to reduce triglycerides by 20 percent to 50 percent.
  • Niacin is the only nutrient that decreases dangerous Lp(a) cholesterol particles.

How much niacin should you take? Dr. Sinatra recommends for full vitamin B3 benefits, that you start with 250 mg of Niacin three times daily, and slowly work up to 1–3 grams in divided doses three times a day.

Heart Health – Just a Spray Away

https://www.crohns.net/page/C/PROD/Acid_Reflux/DNA1025Heart Health is Extremely Important

Heart disease is not inevitable; in fact, it’s absolutely preventable in most cases.

The health of your blood and blood vessels is influenced daily by lifestyle.

Diet, stress levels and activity levels all influence our heart health.

Gut health and Heart Health go hand in hand.

Both are vital for keeping us healthy and happy.

Most cardiovascular disease occurs due to chronic deficiency of certain nutrients.

With proper supplementation; specifically the B vitamins, taurine, and coenzyme Q-10 you can help prevent cardiovascular disease. These are critical micronutrients to support cardiac function.

 Our Cardio Spray is a quick, economical and easy way to add those additional important nutrients into our daily regimens effortlessly.

Here’s what’s in Heart Health Spray:

  • Coenzyme-Q10

The holly grail of heart healthy supplements, CoQ10 has strong potential  for prevention and treatment of heart ailments by improving cellular bioenergetics, acting as an antioxidant and cleaning up free radicals.

A supplement of CoQ10 is  essential to restore natural levels of CoQ10 if you are taking Statins. Statins lower our bodies natural ability to produce CoQ10.

  • Magnesium

All enzymatic reactions involving ATP require magnesium.Research has told us that magnesium deficiency is a reliable predictor of those with congestive heart failure

  • Taurine

This amino acid shown to improve cardiac function. Taurine will strengthen your heart muscle cells, protect those cells from damage and reduce your risk factors to  atherosclerosis

  • Ribose

Ribose  supports the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) levels in cardiac  muscle. ATP also aids the heart’s muscle contraction. The more forcefully the heart contracts, the better it pumps.

  • Folic acid

It helps the body utilize vitamin B12 and amino acids. Folate, of all the B-vitamins, plays the most critical role to reduce the levels of homocysteine in the blood, a compound that has been linked with an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes.

  • Selenium

Selenium rich foods prevent oxidative damage to the body’s cells reducing inflammation and lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease. People with low levels of selenium have been shown to be at higher risk for cardiovascular disease.

Plus vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, D, E

Spray two times daily. 

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