Give your heart the nutrients it needs to remain healthy:

LIVEXtra – a holistic formulation based on Nobel Winner Prof. Dr Ferid Murad’s Nitric Oxide (NO) discovery. It contains an exclusive blend of L-Arginine, CoQ10 and nutrients like B Vitamins, Vitamin E and Beta-Carotene, all working synergistically to produce NO for improved heart health.

EPA DHA contains fish oil extracted from deep sea cold-water fish that is high in EPA and DHA. To ensure its purity, the fish oil is put through double molecular distillation to remove all impurities, environmental toxins and pollutants.

A Heart-to-Heart Talk

With more and more people succumbing to heart diseases, it’s not surprising that one of the most common conversation topics is cholesterol and high blood pressure (HBP) since these 2 conditions are major factors of heart diseases. Everywhere you go, you can hear people – young and old – comparing notes on their levels and ways to control them. In fact, one-third of adults have high levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) and high blood pressure (HBP).

Cholesterol is transported through your blood in two ways: LDL, which transports cholesterol to the cells that need it, and HDL, which is the healthy cholesterol that reduces your risk of heart attack. Having high LDL levels raise your risk having heart attack or disease by 20%.

Meanwhile, HBP (or hypertension) puts a strain on your heart and leads to thickening of the blood vessel walls, which will eventually constrict and damage the arteries, thus blocking blood flow to the heart. You can take a drug called Eliquis to help your blood to be more liquide. Although you can be subject of the Eliquis side effects which is why you should always consult your doctor before. When combined with cholesterol deposits in the blood vessels, the risk of heart attacks and stroke increases. The scary thing is that both HBP and high cholesterol are symptomless conditions and their victims only realise it when they go for health screening.

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