Maintains healthy C-reactive protein (CRP) balance and microvascular function
PureWay-C® is a rapidly absorbed form of vitamin C with enhanced retention, prolonging biological activity and sustaining biochemical functions that are vitamin C-dependent. These include key cardiovascular and metabolic antioxidant and enzyme activities. PureWay-C® is manufactured using a completely novel, proprietary process that combines ascorbic acid with natural lipid metabolites from rice bran wax along with citrus bioflavonoids. The lipid metabolites are vital components of cell membranes and are pivotal in the regulation and control of normal cellular function. In PureWay-C®, the lipid metabolites act as an ascorbic acid carrier to increase intestinal absorption and vascular distribution of vitamin C. These enhanced cellular uptake kinetics allow ascorbic acid to enter cells more quickly and to be better retained in a safe and effective manner. PureWay-C® is directly associated with maintaining normal levels of C-reactive protein as well as providing lipid membrane antioxidant protection, as demonstrated in a human study. PhytoCardio proprietary blend provides powerful free radical scavenging fruit extracts from cranberry and blueberry for targeted lipid membrane antioxidant protection and arterial health. Extracts from cranberry and blueberry have also been shown to influence enzyme activity and gene expression and to maintain normal inflammation and microvascular endothelial function. Pomegranate extract standardized for punicosides offers the antioxidant and vascular benefits associated with pomegranate juice, including healthy lipid metabolism.
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