Published On: Sun, May 24th, 2015

Could This OTC Supplement Help Prevent Heart Disease? [EXCLUSIVE]

A new over-the-counter (OTC) supplement, Arterosil, has been sold out since February, and is now back in-stock via their online website. U.S. Consumer Times’ editor in chief reports on what the hype is all about.

Despite the media’s attention, the #1 killer in America is not cancer nor is it diabetes. In 2013, over 800,000 deaths were caused by heart disease (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013). Scientists have spent decades studying the causes of heart disease in an attempt to slow its rampant growth throughout the United States. The recent rise in Americans diagnosed with diabetes has only heightened the severity of heart health. According to the American Heart Association, “Adults with diabetes are two to four times more likely to have heart disease or a stroke than adults without diabetes. At least 65% of people with diabetes will die from some form of heart disease.” A breakthrough product that targets the root causes of poor circulation and heart disease, Arterosil, has gained a large following for choosing to sell over-the-counter, instead of through prescription only.

Coronary artery disease occurs when there is a build-up of fatty plaque, known as atherosclerosis, inside the coronary arteries. When the build-up is sufficient to restrict, but not stop blood flow into the heart, the result is angena (a discomfort or pain in the chest). Angela is not a disease on its own, but rather it is a symptom of coronary artery disease. When the build-up of atherosclerosis is sufficient to interrupt blood flow to the heart, the result is the death of heart muscle cells, commonly known as a heart attack. Both angina and heart attacks are caused by restricted blood flow.


An Over the Counter Supplement

Pharmaceutical companies have spent billions in research and development, doing their best to profit from the nation’s epidemic. A new supplement, Arterosil, only available online as far as our editors know, has raving reviews from users and is the first supplement of this kind. The company behind Arterosil is committed to helping Americans prevent heart attacks and heart disease, by improving blood flow in the microvascular system. Currently, the focus is only on the large arteries and veins when doctors treat patients. Unfortunately, in over 60% of angina cases, there is no problem in the large arteries and veins. As a result, treatment is often ineffective.

According to Arterosil’s management team, they have already rejected several offers from larger pharmaceutical companies, since they want Arterosil to remain low-cost and over the counter (OTC).

A Growing Concern for Women

Heart disease is the #1 killer of women in the United States; more deadly than all forms of cancer combined.

According to the New England Journal of Medicine, over 90% of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease, and since the symptoms are different in women and men, they are often misunderstood.

  • In the United States, someone has a heart attack every 34 seconds. Every 60 seconds, someone in the United States dies from a heart disease-related event. (source: The Heart Foundation)

What is Arterosil?

Arterosil is a 100% safe, non-addictive, natural dietary supplement made from a proprietary blend of a rare green seaweed extract rich in polysaccharides, plus 22 fruits and vegetables rich in heart healthy anti-oxidants and polyphenols. This formula has been tested and is shown to restore and rejuvenate the glycocalyx—the protective gel lining of the entire vascular system.

As Arterosil nourishes and strengthens the glycocalyx, it improves micro vascular structure and maintains optimal capillary function. Taking Arterosil each day will assure your microcirculation is protected and performing at its very best, helping you work, think, and feel your very best.


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