Cardiovascular Disease/Stroke Statistics

Cardiovascular Disease

  • Fifty percent of the people who suffer from a heart attack have normal cholesterol levels
  • According to the American Heart Association, about 69% of people who have a first heart attack, 77% who have a first stroke and 74% who have congestive heart failure have blood pressure higher than 140/90
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All three ingredients found in BP-RX: Jiaogulan gypenosides, Arjuna bark and Grape Seed extract – provide powerful, broad – based antioxidant protection. But perhaps the most impressive antioxidant is contained in Jiaogulan gypenosides.

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Anti Aging

BP-RX was developed to promote healthy blood pressure, cholesterol, arterial health and to increase multiple antioxidants in your body. Additionally, BP-RX may provide a benefit for insulin resistance – the precursor to Type2 diabetes.

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Brain Health

Researchers have known that high blood pressure can quietly damage your body years before symptoms develop. High blood pressure can also lead to mild cognitive impairment – the transition stage between changes in understanding and memory that comes with aging – and more serious problems like dementia and Alzheimers disease.

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Heart Rate

Your heart rate or pulse, is the number of times your heart beats per minute. Your resting heart rate (RHR) is your heart pumping the lowest amount of blood you need when you are calm and at rest and not exercising.

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Atherosclerosis – also known as – hardening of the arteries – is the process of oxidized cholesterol, cellular waste products, calcium and fibrin (a clotting substance in the blood), building up in the walls of medium and large arteries and blocking the flow of blood through out your body.

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Cholesterol is a wax-like steroid substance that plays a beneficial role in our bodies. It is a major component of cellular membranes, serves as a precursor to the development of sex hormones, mineral corticoids – which control the balance of water and minerals in the kidneys, corticoids – which control protein and carbohydrate metabolism and is a precursor to vitamin D. Cholesterol also helps with the production of bile acids which emulsify fats and absorption.

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High Blood Pressure – The Silent Killer

High blood pressure (aka hypertension) is called “the silent killer” because you can have high blood pressure and not have any symptoms. If left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to life-threatening medical problems. The American Heart Association’s most recent statistics (2020) show the following:

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BP-RX Health Benefits

Understanding BP-Rx


BP-RX was developed to effectively promote healthy: blood pressure, cholesterol, arterial function and antioxidant levels in your body. Additionally, BP-RX may benefit insulin resistance – the precursor to Type 2 diabetes.

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