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CARDICARE SGC | Resveratrol, CoQ10, Omega3, Grapeseed for Cholesterol & Heart Health | 30 Capsules
CARDICARE SGC | Natural Cardio Protective for Cholesterol control and Heart Health
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CARDICARE SGC | Resveratrol, CoQ10, Omega3, Grapeseed for Cholesterol & Heart Health | 30 Capsules

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Heart disease results from the narrowing of the arteries that supply the heart with blood through a process known as atherosclerosis. Fatty deposits (or plaque) gradually build up on the inside of the artery walls, narrowing the space in which blood can flow to heart. Atherosclerosis can start when you are young, so by the time you reach middle age, it can be quite advanced.

The most important behavioral risk factors of heart disease and stroke are unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, tobacco use and harmful use of alcohol. The effects of behavioral risk factors may show up in individuals as raised blood pressure, raised blood lipids, raised blood glucose, and overweight and obesity.


  • Proven (In-Vitro Study) to inhibit lipid peroxidation in arterial wall by its antioxidant action in comparison to quercetin
  • Lowers raised level of triglycerides and LDL
  • Prevent vascular oxidative stress and promotes endothelial health
  • Prevent arterial plaque deposition and reduces risk of ischemic heart disease and stroke
  • Helps to combat side effect of cholesterol lowering drugs like statins



CARDICARETM SGC is a unique, natural cardio protective combined with well documented and proven natural ingredients like Resveratrol, Omega3 fatty acids, CoQ10 and Grape seed polyphenols that act synergistically to mitigate multiple risk factors of cardiovascular disease.

CARDICARETM SGC keeps heart healthy by increasing ATP production in cardiac muscles and protects it by modulating oxidative stress and inflammatory response. It reduces the risk of CVD, including impending myocardial infarction and atherosclerosis by decreasing the bad cholesterol (LDL) and by promoting endothelial health and coronary blood supply.


Who should consider CARDICARETM SGC?

CARDICARETM SGC is a perfect nutraceutical and natural medicine for people with

  • Abnormal lipid profile
  • Adjuvant therapy to cardiovascular prescription
  • Add on therapy to pre-diabetes and diabetes
  • Prophylactic therapy- Hereditary predisposition to CVD


How do ingredients in CARDICARETM SGC work?

  • Resveratrol: Regulates lipids metabolism, Increase blood supply to heart, Insulin sensitizer & Antioxidant.
  • Co-Q10 (Ubiquinone): Regulates lipids metabolism, Insulin sensitizer, Promote heart health, Antioxidant & Increases energy
  • Omega-3 FA (EPA/DHA 80:20): Regulates lipids metabolism, Attenuates platelet function, Prevents atherosclerotic plaque & Increase insulin sensitivity
  • Grape Seed: Increases good cholesterol, Increase blood supply to heart & Anti-atherosclerotic


How do I take CARDICARETM SGC (Dosage)?

1-2 capsules to be taken twice daily after meals as a dietary supplements or as directed by your physician.



The result may vary from person to person depending on the individual body condition, severity of the ailment and pattern of application/intake, etc.


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Do’s & Don’ts for Healthy Heart


Do’s   Don'ts
  • Eat a healthy, balanced diet, consume whole grains and at least two servings of ‘fatty’ fish high in omega 3 fatty acids each week. Lean sources of protein, including vegetarian sources such as beans, nuts and legumes are ideal.
  • Keep your sodium intake to a teaspoon of salt a day
  • Participate in 30 minutes of moderate cardio exercise like walking and cycling 5 days per week.
  • Chronic stress and negative emotions account for 30% of heart attacks and strokes. “Positive emotions such as daily hugs, listening to joyful music, and laughing may help you to offsets stress.
  • If you do not know your cholesterol levels, you should. The higher our intake of fat, particularly animal and dairy fat, the higher your blood cholesterol level will be. This in turn leads to build up of fatty plaques on the walls of your arteries.
  • Get enough sleep. Sleep is an essential part of keeping your heart healthy. Lack of sleep can causes disruptions in underlying health conditions and biological processes, including blood pressure and inflammation.
  • Lose weight if you are overweight. Obesity is linked with CAD because it has an effect on blood pressure, diabetes and blood cholesterol. It is important to know that losing weight is associated with a decrease in heart disease risk.
  • Have your blood pressure checked, if it is high, follow your doctor’s advice for bringing it down to normal.
  • Reduce your intake of all types of meat, dairy products, processed food contains high levels of salt, sugar and fat.
  • Smoking constricts your arteries, makes your blood sticky and more likely to form a clot, robs your body of vitamins and costs you a small fortune. So quit smoking for a healthy heart.
  • Don’t skip your check-ups. There are silent heart risk factors that are harder to detect on your own so it is important to regularly get checked out by a doctor.
  • Avoid Sitting for Hours- Even if you exercise regularly, sitting for long periods of time can put you at risk for heart disease and stroke.
  • Don’t Neglect Dental Care - Studies are revealing that your teeth and gums are a telling sign of your heart health. New research shows that gum disease causes bacteria that can lead to inflammation in the body. So be sure to brush your teeth and floss.
  • Excess in Alcohol Consumption - small amounts of alcohol may be good for the heart, but alcohol in excess, having more than two drinks per day puts you at greater risk of high blood pressure, high levels of blood fats, and heart failure.
  • Having type II diabetes puts you at greater risk for heart disease. Well-controlled blood sugar and insulin levels are key to managing the disease and keeping heart disease at bay. (Two times in men and three times in women.)

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