Cardio Protect contains our pure and powerful pomegranate extract with antioxidant properties that help in reversing arterial wall thickening, supporting healthy blood flow, and maintaining normal blood pressure. Clinical studies show that pomegranate’s ellagi tannins promote the antioxidant health of the heart and help fight cell damaging free radicals.
Promotes the antioxidant health of the heart and helps fight cell damaging free radicals
Slows down the progression of arterial plaque built up and, in certain cases, may even reverse it
Helps in reducing blood pressure by reducing stress-induced vasoconstriction (narrowing) of the blood vessels
Prevents the oxidative destruction of nitric oxide, ensuring its availability for its essential vessel-protective function
Curegarden Natural Cardio Protect: The extraordinary natural protector of heart health
Cardio Protect is a pure and extremely powerful antioxidant that naturally improves cardiovascular health and helps preserve cardiovascular well-being even in healthy people. It naturally protects the health of the heart by assisting in reversing arterial wall thickening, supporting healthy blood flow, and maintaining normal blood pressure.
While pomegranate as a fruit has multiple health benefits, the real source of antioxidants are the hydrolysable tannins, especially the ellagi tannins. The ellagi tannins are not only water soluble but also the major contributors of antioxidant properties that give the fruit its health benefits. What makes Cardio Protect exceptional is the fact that it is composed of Curegarden’s unique pomegranate extract which has been standardized to contain the 100% absorbable ellagi tannins. As a result, the product has a high ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) value, which is a measure of the antioxidant capacity of a sample.
Cardio Protect is an adjunct therapy. Please consult your physician before use.
Pomegranate – the superfruit with significant cardiovascular benefits!
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) has garnered universal acclaim for its powerful antioxidant properties that make it so beneficial for cardiovascular health. It is one of the tastiest ways to make the heart healthy. In fact, studies have found pomegranate juice to have a higher antioxidant potential than even that of green tea or red wine. A wide range of polyphenols (plant chemicals) including tannins, flavonoids and anthocyanins have been found to be present in pomegranate. The hydrolyzable tannins (which include ellagi tannins and gallo tannins) in pomegranate account for 92% of its antioxidant activity. Ellagi tannins are polyphenols that are unique to pomegranate and are 100% water soluble. These are the key potent anti-oxidants that give pomegranate its therapeutic value.
Studies have shown that due to its strong antioxidant powers, pomegranate has the ability to slow down the build-up of arterial plaques, which leads to atherosclerosis. It also been shown to regulate blood pressure and thereby help in bringing about an overall improvement in the well being of the heart.
Applying Pomegranate’s benefits for the well being of the heart
One of the key underlying causes for atherosclerosis is endothelial dysfunction. The cells that line the blood vessels form the endothelieum. When they develop a defect, it results in impairing blood flow and also causes the accumulation of arterial plaque. Nitric oxide is one of the plays an essential role in protecting the endothelium. It is an important cellular signaling molecule and is involved in many physiological and pathological processes including vasodilation.
Studies have shown that with its strong antioxidant properties, pomegranate exerts its cardiovascular benefits by supporting nitric oxide activity. It protects nitric oxide from oxidative destruction thereby reversing the accumulation of atherogenic plaque.
The antioxidants in pomegranate play a key role in protecting the lipid peroxidation of LDL cholesterol, reducing carotid artery thickness, and lowering the pro-atherogenic effect on arterial walls. It has thus also been proved beneficial in reducing stress-induced vasoconstriction of the blood vessels, in addition to regulating blood pressure.