There is no limit to the number of probiotic supplements present in the market today, so how does one decide which is the right one for them and their family members?
Since there are larger numbers of bacteria living in our body than the human cells (1), in order to make the microbial activities work in synchronization with the human cells, it is important to select the best probiotic supplement. There are certain factors, on the basis of which we can decide upon the effectiveness of a supplement such as:
In recent times, a large majority of population is suffering from one or the other cardiovascular disorder. It’s been reported that one out of every four deaths in America happens because of heart diseases.
This is why prevention of cardiovascular disorders is gaining utmost importance and intensive scientific research is being carried out to discover new methods and medicinal agents which can effectively prevent the onset of cardiovascular diseases.
The internet is excited about VitaPulse. VitaPulse is one of such newly discovered compounds. It’s a nutritional supplement which contains a mixture of vitamins and antioxidants. The three main ingredients of this compound include NAC, PQQ, and Coq10. These ingredients work in synergy to improve the cardio-circulatory functions, decrease the levels of LDL i.e. low-density lipoprotein (bad cholesterol), and promote the health of coronary arteries. Let’s take a look at the mechanism through which VitaPulse works to produce these actions.
Working Of VitaPulse to Prevent the Occurrence of Cardiovascular Diseases
PQQ (Pyrroloquinoline Quinine) is an important ingredient of VitaPulse. Besides working as an antioxidant and killing the reactive oxidation species in the body, PQQ is also involved in reducing the levels of LDL and triglycerides in an individual. A scientific research was conducted to evaluate the effect of PQQ on the bad cholesterol levels. It was a randomized, placebo-controlled, and double-blind study which was conducted on 29 test subjects with high levels of LDL (full Vitapulse study here).
Since it was a comparative study, half of the subjects were treated with 20mg of PQQ per day, whereas, half of them were given placebo. It was revealed at the end of the study that the LDL level of those test subjects who were treated with PQQ showed massive decrease i.e. it dropped down from 136mg/dl to 127mg/dl. No such results were observed in test subjects who were treated with placebo .