Mediterranean diet & Cardio Support (Pack #11)
• Omega-3 (EPA & DHA)
• Ultra-Pure Olive oil
• Vitamin E
• Multivitamin DESCRIPTION
combine the perfect assortment of vitamins, nutrients and natural extracts tailored to
Mediterranean diet & Cardio Support pack (#11) is a comprehensive pack inspired by the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, Mediterranean diet & Cario Support pack (#11) offers the highest quality natural bioactive and contains omega-3 fatty acids, Co-Q10, antioxidants and Vitamin E to support
supplements that work together to support
optimal cardiovascular health.
optimal health based on the health benefits of
This comprehensive pack includes Key ingredients combined together for optimal results; 2 Ultra Health multivitamin with over
• Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA & DHA) help support cardiovascular health
• Co-Q10 is an antioxidant that
• 2 Mediterranean Diet capsules rich in supports cardiovascular health by
fish oil, olive oil and vitamin E to support
impeding the formation of free radicals
• Olive oil, rich in monounsaturated
• 1 Co-Q10 tablet, an antioxidant, that fats is associated with healthy cardiovascular health
• Vitamin E helps support cardiovascular health 1 Omega-3 softgel for optimal cardiovascular health FUNCTIONS
Functionalab's line of Advanced Nutraceuticals
offers potent nutrient blends of vitamins,
Studies show that a high percentage of adults eat less than the minimum daily recommendation of 10 or
minerals and other natural extracts to achieve
more essential nutrients. Adequate amounts and
optimal health. Our health scientists have
proper balance of these nutrients are needed not only
selected only the purest and highest quality
for maintaining good health, but also for the dietary
natural ingredients to maximize effectiveness.
management of the body's structure as well as the
optimal functioning of the body, such as the immune
supplement solutions in daily packets that
and gastrointestinal systems. Ultra Health, a multivitamin with over 50 nutritional ingredients had been
carefully developed to contain the right proportions of
Coenzyme Q10 is also important for the maintenance
vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and other
of blood vessels and heart muscle function.
nutrients without danger of toxic build-up or other side
The omega-3 softgels included in this pack offer
effects to support optimal health and vitality.
essential fatty acids that help support cardiovascular
health. It is specially coated to prevent fishy taste.
Mediterranean Diet A unique blend of nutrients
Made from ultra-pure fish oil, it includes EPA
inspired by the cardio-protective Mediterranean diet.
(eicopentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexanoic
The Mediterranean diet is typically defined as a diet
acid). The omega-3 fatty acid EPA is the direct precursor
consumed by those living in countries near the
for the anti-inflammatory prostaglandins E1 and E3,
Mediterranean Sea (Greece, Italy, etc) and is rich in fruits,
whereas DHA is of primary importance for the structural
vegetables, olive oil and low in red meat and dairy products.
integrity of neuronal membranes. DHA is essential for brain
Unlike the typical Western diet, the Mediterranean diet
and visual development and is vital throughout pregnancy
contains high amounts of monounsaturated fats (from
to support fetal brain growth and formation of the retina and
olives) and is low in saturated fats. It is believed that
visual cortex. Studies have shown that DHA, along with
saturated fat consumption can be associated with reduced
EPA may play an important role in cardiovascular health.
cardiovascular health and as such, a diet emphasizing low
saturated fat intake may be of benefit for optimal
cardiovascular function. Mediterranean Diet was specially Mediterranean diet & Cardio support pack (#11) of
designed to provide ingredients commonly found in the
Functionalab is inspired from the health benefits of
Mediterranean diet. Mediterranean diet is includes ultra
Mediterranean diet to offer support for optimal
pure fish oil concentrate with the essential omega-3 fatty
cardiovascular health. It also includes highest quality
acids, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA
ingredients supporting optimal health and beauty.
(docosahexaenoic acid). Studies have shown that DHA, along
with EPA may play an important role in cardiovascular health. Mediterranean Diet also contains certified organic, cold pressed Tunisian olive oil as well as a standardized olive juice extract. Olive oil is well regarded for its roles in supporting optimal cardiovascular function. Olives contain a major class of polyphenols, the secoiridoides. These polyphenols, including oleuropein and derivatives, may play a key role in providing the health benefits attributed to olive consumption. Hydroxytyrosol, a polyphenol found primarily in olive juice, is also considered to have excellent antioxidant capabilities. Rich in monounsaturated fats, avocados are prized for their creamy texture and slightly sweet taste. A diet that is high in monounsaturated fats and low in saturated fats may support healthy cardiovascular function. Mediterranean Diet unique formula also includes antioxidants such as Lycopene and Pomegranate antioxidant benefits against free radical potential damages. CoQ10 is a well known antioxidant that helps support the immune system and promote cardiovascular health by impeding the formation of free radicals. Coenzyme Q10 is a naturally-occurring antioxidant nutrient which retards free radical formation in biological systems. Coenzyme Q10 resembles vitamin E and vitamin K in chemical structure. Biochemically, it functions much like vitamin E in that it participates in certain antioxidant and free radical reactions. According to some experts, coenzyme Q10 should be considered an essential nutrient, as it is well established that coenzyme Q10 is essential for the health of every cell in the human body. Numerous studies indicate coenzyme Q10 also plays an important role in the maintenance of the entire cardiovascular system. Supplementation with coenzyme Q10 in patients has shown to be useful for the maintenance of already healthy blood pressure. REFERENCES
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months for optimal results. Do not exceed the
SIDE EFFECTS No adverse effects have been reported. STORAGE Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct light. Keep out of reach of children.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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