Maximizing your Circulatory Health*

Your circulatory system, including your heart and blood vessels, is what carries oxygen and nutrients throughout your body, so obviously, it is key to your overall health. Anyone dealing with high blood pressure, heart disease, or coronary artery disease knows this to be true. Circulatory issues can impact your quality of life.

It is encouraging that you can do so much to mitigate symptoms of these conditions naturally.

FGF USA is helping you towards this end by providing the uniquely formulated VITAL CIRC with ingredients that have a fantastic circulatory enriching reputation. You will undoubtedly want to incorporate VITAL CIRC into your health regimen after reviewing the reported benefits of VITAL CIRC’s ingredients:

Camu Camu
Camu Camu is from the Amazon’s rich biodiverse forest floor and is rightly called a superfood. Its incredibly high nutrient content includes generous amounts of immune-boosting vitamin C. As a great source of antioxidants, Camu Camu can produce real health benefits. Antioxidant’s positive effect on cell health has even been connected to fighting conditions such as heart and autoimmune disease, and even cancer. Not surprisingly, one study indicated a reduction in blood pressure when participants took a single dose of Camu Camu due to blood vessel dilation. Nature’s kitchen produces a powerful phytonutrient!

Guggul Gum Extract
This plant-extracted gum resin is full of nourishing compounds such as essential oils, lignans, steroids, flavonoids, carbohydrates, and amino acids. Its purported antioxidant properties have had people using it so stay healthy since ancient times. Recent studies have shown profound positive effects of Guggul extracts on managing cholesterol and blood sugar, among many others.

Garlic Bulb Extract
It is no surprise that garlic is on the list of powerful ingredients in Vital Circ. Major civilizations have been using it for centuries for everything from its anti-microbial and antioxidant effects to its cardiovascular benefits. In more recent reports, garlic is found to have a beneficial effect on LDL cholesterol and blood pressure levels, among many other conditions.

Parsley Leaf
Who knew this delicious herb was so dense in nutrients? It’s rich in powerful antioxidants like flavonoids, vitamin K and C, as well as the B vitamin folate, which studies indicate may reduce heart disease risk.

Green Tea Extract
There is abundant published evidence to see that green tea and heart health go hand in hand. A massive Japanese study, for example, found that participants who drank more than five cups of green tea a day had a 26% lower risk of death from a heart attack or stroke. Other studies indicate a generally lower risk of coronary heart disease.

Dunaliella Salina
This green marine alga contains a generous amount of beta-carotene, which is well known for its ability to positively impact cholesterol levels and possible reduction of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease risk.

Artichoke Leaf Extract
Artichoke thistles and their leaves have proven medicinal qualities. Studies indicate heart and liver protective abilities, bile production enhancement, and possible blood pressure and lipid-lowering effects. Artichoke leaf extract encourages the body to process cholesterol more efficiently, which helps to keep levels lower. There is a reason why this powerful antioxidant has been used down through the centuries for its medicinal benefits.

Myrrh Gum
This aromatic plant-derived gum resin has long been a traditional medicine and has even been mentioned in ancient holy writings. It was commonly used for pain relief before morphine came around, but studies have shown that it can also benefit blood circulation.

Wolfberry Powder (or Gogi Berry)
This superfood-derived concentrated powder is high in antioxidants, contains large amounts of vitamins A and C, seems to aid HDL (good cholesterol) levels, among many other benefits.

Chicory Root
This dandelion-like plant contains many properties that positively affect the digestive system and heart health. Chicory root is rich in beta-carotene, which is very good for cholesterol balance and the possibility of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease risk reduction.

Cranberry Juice Powder
Cranberry juice is full of plant-based micronutrients and packed with antioxidants and potential health benefits, including cardiovascular ones. Two 2011 studies published encouraging results for cranberry consumers. Cranberries appeared to lower LDL cholesterol levels, increase the health of people with coronary artery disease, and reduce arterial stiffness.

Turmeric Root Extract
Evidence indicates that turmeric root helps to reduce LDL oxidation, counteracts myocardial infarctions, and can positively impact lipid 

Dill Seed
Full of beneficial phytochemicals, Dill is purported to offer protective support against heart disease, cancer, and possibly diabetes.

Omega 6 (Borage Oil)
The list of the benefits of taking omega 6 is too long for this brief mention; however, it is included in the FGF blend due to its reported benefits to arteries, blood flow, and lowering blood pressure. Of course, anything that helps with blood pressure also will naturally reduce heart attack and stroke risk.

Beta-sitosterol contains powerful phytosterols, which are thought to help lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of some cancers.

The support Vital Circ offers the circulatory system is evident from these outstanding ingredients.

We at FGF always use the best quality ingredients in our products for the maximum benefits possible. All products are free from genetically modified ingredients, made in the USA, and produced at quality FDA-inspected GMP facilities to ensure potency and purity. Try FGF professional-grade products, starting with Vital Circ, and see the difference.


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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.