ValAsta for Cardiovascular System
Your circulatory system, also known as your cardiovascular system, is made up of your:
- Heart. This muscular organ works to pump blood throughout your body via an intricate network of blood vessels.
- Arteries. These thick-walled blood vessels carry oxygenated blood away from your heart.
- Veins. These blood vessels carry deoxygenated blood back toward your heart.
- Capillaries. These tiny blood vessels facilitate the exchange of oxygen, nutrients, and waste between your circulatory system and your organs and tissues.
Having a healthy circulatory system is vital to your health and well-being. Preventing Chronic Inflammation will keep your circulatory system healthy; you can monitor the inflammation by checking your High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (HS-CRP). It should stay less than 3. If chronically over 3, you are at risk for cardiovascular disease as well as many other chronic inflammatory diseases.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the United States. One person dies every 34 seconds in the United States from cardiovascular disease. It is considered one of the Chronic Diseases in America. According to the CDC, Chronic Disease is THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH AND DISABILITY and the leading driver of the Nation’s $4.1 Trillion in Annual Health Care Costs. Chronic Diseases in America (cdc.gov) CDC says 6 in 10 adults have 1 Chronic Disease and 4 in 10 have more than 1 Chronic Disease.
ValAsta is the only Patented astaxanthin for use in reducing inflammation. We use high frequency energy to reattach the glucose molecule to the astaxanthin molecule making the ValAsta / astaxanthin molecule far more absorbable inside the body than any other astaxanthin. This patented process increases the adsorption efficiency by over 800% over the currently provided supplemental astaxanthin found on the market. ValAsta is all natural without side effects and is the strongest natural antioxidant known to be commercially available.
Common chronic cardiovascular diseases:
Atherosclerosis is when plaque builds up along the walls of your arteries.
Atherosclerosis can gradually make the arteries narrower, affecting the amount of blood that can flow through them. Because of this, organs and tissues may not get enough oxygen.
When atherosclerosis affects the arteries of your heart, it’s called coronary artery disease. Other arteries in your body can also be affected as well. This is called peripheral artery disease, which affects how well blood can flow to your legs, feet, arms, and hands.
In some cases, an artery may become completely blocked by plaque or a blood clot. When this happens, a heart attack or stroke can occur.
Research show that the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of astaxanthin appear to delay the progression of cardiovascular diseases. The properties of astaxanthin, together with its favorable safety profile, make this compound a promising option for the prevention and/or management of cardiovascular diseases. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory mechanisms of action of astaxanthin in cardiovascular diseases (Review) - PMC (nih.gov)
High blood pressure
Your blood pressure is the force that your blood exerts on the walls of your arteries as your heart pumps. High blood pressure can eventually damage your heart and blood vessels, as well as other organs like your brain, kidneys, and eyes. Studies show astaxanthin supplementation could have decreasing effect on blood pressure, especially diastolic blood pressure. This decrease was notable in trials with astaxanthin supplementation. Impact of astaxanthin supplementation on blood pressure: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials - ScienceDirect
An arrhythmia is an abnormal heart rhythm. Most arrhythmias happen as a secondary issue of a chronic disease with the heart’s arteries, valves, or muscles. Astaxanthin as management of cardiovascular disease could aid in repair to the areas causing arrhythmia . Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory mechanisms of action of astaxanthin in cardiovascular diseases (Review) - PMC (nih.gov)
Inflammation in the heart or walls of the blood vessels such as endocarditis, pericarditis or Vasculitis can benefit from ValAsta. Massive evidence in scientific studies have showed the anti-inflammatory effects and mechanisms of astaxanthin in mammals. Astaxanthin has been confirmed to alleviate chronic and acute inflammation in various diseases, including cardiovascular disorders. It is noted that astaxanthin can be an excellent candidate for treating inflammation-related diseases. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7696511/
You can protect and reverse damage to your cardiovascular system with ValAsta.
ValAsta has helped with many other common inflammatory conditions:
Is Astaxanthin Safe?
The safety of astaxanthin administered orally was assessed in a medical trial undertaken in healthy adults. Volunteers were administered astaxanthin or placebo for eight-weeks. The authors concluded that healthy adults could safely consume natural astaxanthin.
In another study, high concentrations of astaxanthin were tested with blood taken from volunteers, 8 of whom were taking aspirin and 12 who were not. Even medical grade concentrations of astaxanthin had no adverse effects.
No significant side effects have been reported so far in published human studies in which astaxanthin was administered to humans.
Are There Any Side Effects?
- Astaxanthin has been classified as a generally safe supplement in the USA.
- ValAsta is 100% natural and has no serious side effects.
- The only side effects we have observed are a slightly reddish stool and in rare cases some stomach discomfort.
Benefits of ValAsta
- The only Patented astaxanthin for treatment of diseases.
- The world’s strongest natural anti-inflammatory.
- The world’s strongest natural antioxidant.
- 6000 x stronger than vitamin C
- Used to reduce chronic inflammation.
- Used as an anti-ageing supplement.
- Used as a health & fitness supplement.
- Protects health at a cellular level.
- Neutralized free radicals or ROS.