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Recommended Purpose: Supportive nutrition for Doctor recommended diet and exercise plans that are

designed for cardiovascular health. Please see your Medical Doctor for a full blood workup, diet and exercise
plan.
CardioFlex Q10 helps to maintain and/or support cardiovascular health. Vitamin C helps the body to metabolize fats and
proteins. Helps in connective tissue formation (collagen) and wound healing. L-Lysine is an
essential amino acid for the maintenance of good health and helps in collagen formation.
Helps to reduce the recurrence, severity and healing time of cold sores. Magnesium helps the
body to metabolize carbohydrates, proteins, fats and maintain proper muscle function. Vitamin
D helps in the development and maintenance of teeth and bones as well as in the absorption
and use of calcium and phosphorous. Folate helps the body to metabolize proteins and form
red blood cells. A factor in the maintenance of good health.
Features
High doses of Vitamin C, lysine, proline, threonine and glutamine for connective tissue formation. (repair of arteries, joints and collagen
production)
Provides the body with high quality ubiquinol (the reduced form of Coenzyme Q10) which helps maintain and/or support cardiovascular
health. (Rosenfeldt et al. 2007, Baggio et al. 1994,Langsjoen et al. 1988)
16 vital nutrients to support the maintenance of good health.
Includes Co Q10 (Ubiquinol), vitamin E, D, Selenium, Magnesium, bioflavonoids etc.
Great for Pre/post exercise and even during training and sports.
Just add to water and drink
$1.50 for a 500 ml Therapeutic Vitamin Water. Customers feel the difference when on CardioFlex Q10.

Benefits
Increases Energy
Contains Kaneka Ubiquinol (CoQ10) as well as nutrients needed for CoQ10 production
High doses of Vitamin C and Lysine, significantly raise the production of L-Carnitine
Vitamin C is the primary nutrient for the well-being of adrenal gland (stress gland)
High dose vitamin C, lysine, proline as well antioxidants and CoQ10 help repair connective tissues.
Repair and Recovery: 4700 mg Amino Acids (Lysine, Glutamine, Threonine, Proline) + magnesium for muscle repair.
High dose vitamin c, lysine and proline repair stretched and damaged tendons, ligaments and intramuscular collagen (without these
three nutrients the body cant make collagen the foundation of tendons, ligaments and arteries)
Electrolyte replacement magnesium, potassium, calcium, selenium and a small amount of sodium(naturally occurring in the fruit
powders). Antioxidants to mitigate post-work out oxidative stress (C, E, Selenium, bioflavonoids)
Remember: Adopting a healthier diet and a regular exercise routine accelerates any healing process and puts you on a fast tract to
optimal health.

Recommended Dose (Adults):


Mix 10 g (1 scoop) into unsweetened juice or water once daily or as directed by your Health Care Professional.

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