Heart-PG (8 oz) promotes healthy heart, circulation, and clean arteries. This product is highly bio-available, clears toxic fatty buildup and the potential for infection, and delivers comprehensive support for the entire cardiovascular system.

 

Heart-PG, Quantum Nutrition Labs (8oz)

$42.43Price
  • For this popular, fermented cardiovascular formula, our proprietary fermentation method now includes Organic Molasses and Natamycin. It is preserved with certified organic alcohol.  The original botanical agents used in the formula are the same. This product is one of our most recommended products for cardiovascular health.  We have found that the fermentation of the selected nutraceutical agents provides outstanding clinical benefits.

    Live Source, Nanized Concentrate
    Premier-State Heart, clean Arteries & Circulatory Support*

    Nanized, highly bioavailable phytonutrients that support the entire cardiovascular system, including healthy blood flow circulation and blood pressure already within the normal range; assist oxygen transport to hemoglobin in red blood cells
    Rich in highly active phytonutrients: allicin, oleorsisins, s-all cysteine, oligomeric proanthrocyanidins (OPCs), vexin, capsaicin, anthocyanosides and more.


    The Nanization process: Micro-digested ingredients for spectacular clinical success. Our premier quality phytonutrients are micro-digested into extremely small, highly bio-available particles using our proprietary fermentation process. We use unique, multi-strain probiotic colonies to assist in our nanization process. This allows rapid, unmatched bio-available cellular delivery of the highly active factors, unlike any other product. Many people say they can feel the effect of this product the very first time they take it.

    Disease Kills
    Over 6 million Americans end up in the hospital every year due to CVD (cardiovascular disease), commonly called heart disease. In fact, CVD is the 2nd leading cause of death (after cancer) for both men and women over 50 in the U.S., with 960,000 deaths every year. CVD includes a) congestive heart failure (the single most frequent cause of hospitalization for people over age 65), b) heart disease (the leading cause of early onset, permanent disability in working adults) and stroke (the cause of disability in over one million people).
    The first warning sign of an impending, first-time heart attack is death, in up to 50% of the people. In other words, there is no warning. Medical Drugs: 3rd Leading Cause of Death Alarming numbers of people are affected with heart disease: almost 1 in 4 Americans (about 58 million) live with some type of heart problem such as high blood pressure, chest pain, shortness of breath, arrhythmia (irregular heart beats), headaches, tiredness and more.
    Not knowing what to do, most will turn to medical drugs. But beware, even the American Medical Association’s own 1999 study listed the use of properly prescribed medical drugs (including high blood pressure drugs) as the 3rd leading cause of death in the U.S. (most likely due to their hazardous, life-shortening side effects).

    Strangling Your Oxygen Supply
    After a lifetime of poor quality foods and insufficient nutrients, the body develops a key precursor to heart disease, called atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). But is not a localized injury of the heart arteries, needing only local treatment. It is a systemic condition affecting the whole body in which sludge-like plaque builds up in the arteries of the heart as well as arteries all over the body. Capillaries, the network of tiny blood vessels where oxygen exchange takes place, become clogged, the body’s supply of life-critical oxygen suffers. Adequate amounts of oxygen are needed to sustain all your organs and tissues. If tissue oxygen declines, many types of chronic disease can get a foothold, especially heart disease.

    High Risk Balloons and Cabbages
    Conventional medical treatment primarily uses two approaches to heart disease. The first approach, angioplasty, is the insertion of a catheter with a plastic balloon into the heart’s arteries to try to open and ream them out. However, this is a high risk procedure which may induce a heart attack, make the blockage worse or even cause death. Many blockages return to their original severity within the year. The second approach is a coronary artery bypass graft surgery or CABG (nicknamed “cabbage”). It is the most frequently performed surgery in the U.S. and costs up to $50,000 per procedure. CABG surgeries generate over $18 billion a year.
    However, a common side effect of the CABG surgery is cerebral dysfunction, including memory loss and mental decline and the average death rate is from the surgery 4 to 10%. But it saves lives — right? Not according to a pivotal study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a prestigious medical journal. The authors concluded that CABG, compared to other less risky therapies, “appears neither to prolong life nor to prevent myocardial infarction [heart attack] . . . “ Neither angioplasty nor CABG addresses the real cause of heart disease.

    Unsuspected Infections
    Although heart disease was once thought to be caused solely by diet, lifestyle or genes, strong evidence now links infectious agents to heart disease. Startling new research is finding that viruses and bacteria play a major role in heart disease where infections were never suspected