Do you know that free radicals are both the cause and the result of inflammation, a common trigger for heart disease? On top of this, free radicals, which are unstable and highly reactive, tend to react with other important cellular components such as our DNA, and if this happens, cells may function poorly.
Heart disease is often called a ‘silent killer’ as not all heart problems come with clear warning signs. How can you really tell if something went wrong with your heart?
Symptoms vary depending on specific heart disease but common signs of heart failure can include:
- Chest discomfort
- Pain that spreads to the arm
- Feeling tired easily
- Irregular heart beat
- Swollen legs, feet and ankles
- Coughs that won’t quit
- Nausea, indigestion or heartburn
Do any of these sound familiar to you? While these symptoms may not always indicate a cardiac problem, they should never be ignored. Keeping a close look out for these symptoms among your friends and family can potentially save a life.
The good news is that you can adopt preventive measures to deal with heart disease. Adopting a healthy eating pattern that includes healthy food choices that include all the nutrients your body needs is one such method. Others include regular cardio exercises such as walking and swimming.
You can also stop free radical damage through antioxidants, lowering your odds of getting heart disease. What better way to introduce antioxidants into your system than through EDG3, a precursor to glutathione, the master antioxidant.
EDG3, is clinically proven to increase and maintain the amount of glutathione in your body, both safely and naturally. This happens through an incredible patented delivery system to ensure each cell in your body receives the three amino acids (l-glutamine, l-cystine and glycine) it needs to produce glutathione, something no other glutathione supplement does as effectively as EDG3!
Be on the lookout for heart disease and start fighting free radicals today with regular consumption of EDG3. Login to your eStore today.
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