BLOOD PRESSURE / HYPERTENSION™
BLOOD PRESSURE / HYPERTENSION™ – Homeostasis – Blood pressure (BP) is the measure of the pressure exerted on arterial walls by the force (primarily) of the beating heart: its maximum with one beat (systolic, SBP) and minimum in between two beats (diastolic, DBP). A SBP of <120mmHg and DSP <80mmHg (< “120/80”) is ideal; 120/80 to 139/89 is considered “prehypertensive”; and anything above, high BP or hypertension. Sustained hypertension is detrimental to the cardiovascular system and over time, can lead to heart attack, stroke and a compromised life span.
While it can have a genetic origin, primarily high blood pressure is age-related or environmentally based – smoking, high sodium/low potassium foods, obesity, excessive alcohol use or a lack of exercise. Age and the environment cause the arterial walls to become less pliable, the heart to work harder and blood pressure to rise. Based on multiple studies, the ingredients in this formula help maintain blood pressure levels already within the normal range.
ACG Blood Pressure combines a vitamin/mineral component together with three botanical extracts clinically-shows to support healthy arterial functions increase nitric oxide levels and widen blood vessels which may help maintain blood pressure already within the healthy range.*
- Contains condition-specific ingredients in quantities proven efficacious
- Supported by over 50 ingredient-specific human peer-reviewed and published clinical trials
- Noticeable results typically seen within 14 days of use
Promotes and Supports:
Normal arterial wall function1
A healthy inflammatory response necessary for maintaining normal blood pressure levels2
Both normal systolic and diastolic blood pressure levels3
Increased ingredient absorption and bioavailabilty to the body4
Suggested Use: Take two capsules daily or as directed by your healthcare provider..
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- Lee M, Hong K, Chang S et al. Stroke. 2010. 41(6): 1205-1212.
- Sobenin I, Andrianova I, Fomchenkov I et al. Hypertens Res. 2009. 32(6):433-7.
- Badmaev V, Majeed M, Prakash L: J Nutri Biochem 2000; 11(2):109–113.