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Short-term, restrictive diets just don’t work as long-term weight loss solutions. As soon as your diet proves unsustainable within your everyday life, you regain the weight you’ve lost while dieting, negatively impacting your biological and psychological systems as well. Sound familiar?


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Study Shows Pycnogenol® Naturally Improves Endothelial Function and Reduces Oxidative Stress

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The body’s first line of defense against coronary artery disease are endothelial cells. These cells serve as the “traffic cop” for blood flow, directing blood to the appropriate area of the body to support the body’s actions. Alternative or natural remedies are an easy, effective way to help restore the body’s own functions in flow-mediated arterial dilatation.

A new study finds Pycnogenol® (French maritime pine bark extract) increased artery dilation by 32 percent and significantly reduced plasma-8-isoprostaries, an index of oxidative stress. The study also found that Pycnogenol® effectively demonstrated significant effects on a critical measure of endothelial function, reducing plasma levels of endothelin-1.

Click HERE or on the image above to view my discussion of the study results.

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