Swanson Health Products now offers Swanson Ultra ARTINIA N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine Chitin-Glucan to support clean, healthy arteries and optimal heart health. The combination of soluble and insoluble fiber supports maximum cardiovascular health.
Fargo, ND (PRWeb) September 28, 2012—It is well known that fiber is a key component in a healthy diet. While most associate fiber with digestive regularity, what is not as well known is that a combination of soluble and insoluble fiber also supports arterial and cardiovascular health. An advanced novel fiber combination is now available from Swanson Health Products: Swanson Ultra ARTINIA® N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine Chitin-Glucan (ARTINIA) to support clean, healthy arteries and optimal heart health.
Vegetarian-derived ARTINIA is certified non-GMO and is shown in clinical studies to help support healthy arteries and overall cardiovascular health. “ARTINIA’s structure as a soluble and insoluble fiber complex enables it to work in multiple ways in the body, providing prebiotic support for specific bacteria in the gut and stimulating the production of important antioxidant enzymes in systemic circulation,” explains Nena Dockery, M.S., advisor to Stratum Nutrition. “This dual functioning makes ARTINIA a truly unique product that works with the body’s natural mechanisms to reduce the effects of oxidative stress and provide maximum cardiovascular support.”
Swanson Health Products is an industry leader in bringing vitamins directly to consumers at the lowest prices possible. Swanson Health Products, headquartered in Fargo, ND, offers the highest quality vitamins, supplements and natural health care products and is Good Manufacturing Practices certified. Swanson Health Products goes a step beyond its competitors by offering powerful guarantees. All products are backed by a 100% Satisfaction, Money-Back Guarantee. For more information, please visit http://www.swansonvitamins.com.
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