From the Manufacturer…
CARDIAMIN®—with Fish Oil
For several years research has indicated omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish oil, are crucial for maintaining good heart health1. Recent landmark studies showed taking omega-3 fatty acids reduces risk of death from heart disease2 and heart failure3. Based on studies published in scientific journals, the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends 1000 mg of omega-3 fatty acids every day to prevent complications from heart disease4.
While eating fish is a great way to get omega-3 fatty acids, it’s not always practical. For a quick, affordable solution, CARDIAMIN® offers 1000 mg of omega-3 in every serving. That’s nearly 2000 mg of fish oil, giving you the perfect dose for optimum heart health.
CARDIAMIN®—with Vitamin D
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that has earned deserved attention from cardiologists. Traditionally, vitamin D was touted for bone health, and many still take vitamin D for strong bones. Recent years have seen vitamin D research rapidly increase, producing evidence that vitamin D may play an important role in cardiovascular disease5. Numerous studies link low vitamin D levels to an increased risk of, or complications from, heart disease6, 7. People suffering from heart disease or heart failure are particularly prone to vitamin D deficiency8.
To maintain appropriate vitamin D levels, leading experts recommend 1,000 IU of cholecalciferol—the preferred version of vitamin D9. Unfortunately, obtaining so much vitamin D from diet or sunshine alone isn’t easy... until one discovers CARDIAMIN®. Getting 1,000 IU of vitamin D per serving lets CARDIAMIN® users meet their daily requirements with just two softgels.
CARDIAMIN®—with Minimum Vitamin E and Folic Acid
For years, people have taken well above the current daily allowance of vitamin E and folic acid. Why? Before landmark clinical trials showed otherwise, these nutrients were considered important in maintaining heart health. Large trials have shown that, rather than help cardiac disease, high doses of vitamin E can actually harm people10. Research has also yet to indicate that folic acid can lower the risk of heart disease or its complications when taken in large doses11.
CARDIAMIN®—without Vitamin K
CARDIAMIN® excludes vitamin K because it can harm patients taking blood thinner medications such as Coumadin®.