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Hi-Tech Pharm. Heart-Rx I Force Heart Help Molecular Nutrition Lipid Stabil
Hi-Tech Pharm. Heart-Rx
Our Price: $24.99
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I Force Heart Help
Our Price: $29.99
Heart-Rx 60caps by Hi-Tech Pharm.

* Supports Healthy Cardiovascular Function
* Antioxidant Support for Endothelial Structural Integrity
* Contains the New Rising Antioxidant Star Idebenone
* Mitochondrial Energy Optimizer
The Active Ingredient In Heart Help (Bergamonte) was found to provide the following Clinically Proven results:

26.53% Reduction in Cholesterol
40.1% Increase in HDL(Good Cholesterol)
36% Reduction in LDL(Bad Cholesterol)
38.8% Reduction in Triglycerides
22.3% Reduction in Blood Sugar
Don’t take chances with your cholesterol! Designed by William Llewellyn specifically for the enhanced athlete, Lipid Stabil is a comprehensive and targeted cholesterol support formula. It contains a full array of natural ingredients that help maintain healthy levels of total cholesterol, HDL (good) cholesterol, LDL (bad) cholesterol, and triglycerides. This clinical formula is also high in antioxidants, to help reduce homocysteine, LDL oxidation, and the formation of arterial plaque. With a large body of clinical research backing its individual ingredients, Lipid Stabil is the most complete daily supplement available for supporting cholesterol and heart-health!
Nutrakey CoQ10
Nutrakey CoQ10
Our Price: $11.99
Cardiovascular Health. Powerful antioxidant. Supports healthy heart. This vital antioxidant supports a healthy heart and cellular energy production. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like compound. It is found in every cell of the body and functions as a powerful antioxidant to help protect cells from free radical damage. Free radicals attack healthy cells, damaging their membranes, DNA, and other components, compromising normal cell function. Vital to cellular energy production. Powerful antioxidant boosts health. Supports healthy heart function. Aids in stabilizing free radicals. While the body produces CoQ10 on its own, levels decline over time, with a steady decrease beginning after age 30.