Arterosil 60 Capsules

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Arterosil is one of the most exciting supplements to hit the market in over a decade because it addresses one of the most important aspects of human health and vitality...blood flow. 

Arterosil® HP has been shown to support a healthy endothelial glycocalyx, the protective, micro-thin gel lining of every blood vessel.

The glycocalyx is a microscopic hair-like coating of the inside of every blood vessel in the body. Research suggests that it may be one of the most important factors in the health of your cardiovascular system.

Up until recently, we didn't have a method to protect and restore the inner layer of the blood vessel. Enter Arterosil, a clinically-proven nutritional supplement that helps to quickly restore and protect this vital and delicate inner lining of your arteries and blood vessels. 

Although there is a synergistic blend of high-potency antioxidant and whole-food nutrients in this formula, one rare ingredient holds the key to rebuilding the inner lining of the blood vessels, Monostroma, a powerful green seaweed extract known to deliver a special compound to the blood vessels that quickly helps to rebuild and maintain the glycocalyx. 

Due to this unique mechanism, Arterosil works to improve the health of blood vessels throughout the body, from the large blood vessels of the heart and brain to the microscopic blood vessels that feed the organs and nerves. 

Each 60 count bottle is a one-month supply.

INGREDIENTS:

Serving Size: 2 Capsules

Proprietary Blend Containing: 900 mg

Green Seaweed (Monostroma sp.) extract, grape (seed and skin), green tea (leaf extract), Grape pomace (fruit) extract, tomato (fruit), carrot (root) juice, bilberry (fruit), broccoli (aerial parts), green cabbage (leaf), onion (bulb), garlic (bulb), grapefruit (fruit), asparagus (stalk), papaya (fruit), pineapple (fruit), strawberry (fruit), apple (fruit), apricot (fruit), cherry (fruit), orange (fruit), black currant (fruit), olive (fruit) extract, cucumber (fruit)

 

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  2. Bernard F. Becker, Daniel Chappell & Matthias Jacob. Endothelial Glycocalyx and Coronary Vascular Permeability: the Fringe Benefit. Basic Research in Cardiology (2010) 105:687–701.

  3. F. E. Curry & R. H. Adamson. Endothelial Glycocalyx: Permeability Barrier and Mechanosensor. Annals of Biomedical Engineering (2012) 40:828–839.

  4. A. W. Mulivor & H. H. Lipowsky. Role of Glycocalyx in Leukocyte-endothelial Cell Adhesion. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology (2002) 283(4):H1282–H1291.

  5. Sietze Reitsma, Dick W. Slaaf, Hans Vink, Marc A. M. J. van Zandvoort & Mirjam G. A. oude Egbrink. The Endothelial Glycocalyx: Composition, Functions, and Visualization. Eur J Physiol (2007) 454:345–359.

  6. Bingmei M. Fu & John M. Tarbell. Mechano-sensing and Transduction by Endothelial Surface Glycocalyx: Composition, Structure, and Function. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Syst Biol Med. (2013) 5(3): 381–390.

  7. Ties A. Mulders, Max Nieuwdorp, Erik S Stroes, Hans Vink & Sara-Joan Pinto-Sietsma. Non-invasive Assessment of Microvascular Dysfunction in Families with Premature Coronary Artery Disease. Int J Cardiol. (2013) 168(5):5026-5028.

  1. Max Nieuwdorp, Timon W. van Haeften, Mirella C.L.G. Gouverneur, Hans L. Mooij, Miriam H.P. van Lieshout, Marcel Levi, Joost C.M. Meijers, Frits Holleman, Joost B.L. Hoekstra, Hans Vink, John J.P. Kastelein & Erik S.G. Stroes. Loss of Endothelial Glycocalyx During Acute Hyperglycemia Coincides With Endothelial Dysfunction and Coagulation Activation In Vivo. Diabetes (2006) 55(2):480-486.

  2. Claudia Nussbaum, Ana Cavalcanti Fernandes Heringa, Zuzana Mormanova, Alexandra F. Puchwein-Schwepcke, Susanne Bechtold-Dalla Pozza & Orsolya Genzel-Boroviczény. Early Microvascular Changes with Loss of the Glycocalyx in Children with Type 1 Diabetes. J Pediatr. (2014) 164(3):584-589.

  3. Carmen A. Vlahu, Bregtje A. Lemkes, Dirk G. Struijk, Marion G. Koopman, Raymond T. Krediet & Hans Vink. Damage of the Endothelial Glycocalyx in Dialysis Patients. J Am Soc Nephro (2012) l23:1900–1908.

  4. Remy J.H. Martens, Hans Vink, Robert J. van Oostenbrugge & Julie Staals. Sublingual Microvascular Glycocalyx Dimensions in Lacunar Stroke Patients. Cerebrovasc Dis (2013) 35:451–454.

  5. Elaheh Rahbar, Jessica C Cardenas, Gyulnar Baimukanova, Benjamin Usadi, Roberta Bruhn, Shibani Pati, Sisse R Ostrowski, Pär I Johansson, John B Holcomb & Charles E Wade. Endothelial Glycocalyx Shedding and Vascular Permeability in Severely Injured Trauma Patients. J Transl Med. (2015) 13:117.

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Required Notice For California Residents: California Proposition 65 WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including lead which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

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