Nature’s Sunshine Rejuvenaid features a proprietary blend of red beet root and L-Arginine to naturally produce and sustain superior levels of nitric oxide (NO). This signaling molecule relaxes arteries and blood vessels to improve blood flow, increase energy and stamina, promote cardiovascular function and support healthy blood pressure.
What Does Your Blood Pressure Reading Tell You?
Perhaps you’ve wondered what the numbers mean in a blood pressure reading. Blood pressure refers to the force, or pressure, that blood exerts on arterial walls as it circulates through the body. Traditional blood pressure monitors use mercury to measure this exerted pressure, and the numbers are derived from how far up the tube the mercury is pushed during the contractions and relaxations of the heart, measured in millimeters.
If you have a blood pressure reading of 120/80, it means that, during a heart contraction, the mercury was pushed 120 mm up the bar; during the time the heart relaxes , the mercury was pushed 80 mm up the bar. Thus, the top number is the systolic measurement, and the bottom number is the diastolic measurement. A systolic measurement of 130 or more is concerning, and your doctor will most likely recommend eating a healthier diet, getting more exercise, losing weight, and/or looking into natural or pharmaceutical methods of decreasing the pressure that your heart and arteries are under.
Naturally Support Healthy Blood Pressure
Featuring a powerful blend of herbal ingredients, including Coleus forskohlii, olive leaf extract, grape seed extract and hawthorn berries as well as the amino acid arginine, Blood Pressurex offers herbal support for healthy cardiovascular function.
The Case for CoQ10
Found in every cell of the body, coenzyme-Q10 is a vitamin-like substance that performs a host of functions for the circulatory system. It helps prevent lipid oxidation, supports already-normal-range blood pressure levels and protects the cardiovascular system.
Keeping Your Circulatory System HappyYou want your circulatory system to be healthy so that nutrients can reach all the parts of your body. A healthy heart, strong arterial walls, and clean blood are essential to health. In addition, your body can easily kill and eject harmful foreign invaders.
The best way to keep your circulatory system healthy is by eating a diet full of whole foods—especially raw and lightly steamed vegetables—and getting adequate exercise. This keeps your heart strong, allows your body to build components of your blood and lymphatic systems, and boosts your immune system.
It’s also a great idea to greatly reduce or eliminate sugar in your diet. Sugar acts like sandpaper on your arterial walls, the tiny crystals scratching them up so that plaque can find places to adhere. Too much plaque blocks your arteries, which can cause heart disease and heart attack. It’s also a great idea to avoid junk food, hydrogenated oils, and smoking,
As you strive to keep your circulatory system running at optimal status, you’ll probably notice you feel more energy, your skin glows, and it’s easier to control your weight.