Cardio Life : A Clinically-Validated Cardio-Protective Nutritional Supplement

cardioCardio Life ™ is a blend of natural ingredients that has been clinically tested as having cardio-protective effects in patients with heart failure.  Developed by Dr. Amit Patel, a prominent cardiac surgeon at the University of Utah, these ingredients have beneficial properties for preventing of cardiovascular disease and for controlling cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol.  Cardio-Life ™ can also be used in combination with dietary changes, lifestyle modifications, and prescription medications in patients with cardiovascular disease.

Scientific basis for Cardio-Life : Contains plant-derived products that are scientifically and clinically proven promote heart function, support healthy blood vessels, and serve anti-oxidants to protect against disease-related damage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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