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Descripción

Diseñada especialmente para coadyuvar en el balance del sistema cardiovascular y prevenir enfermedades o eventos críticos de salud relacionados con el síndrome metabólico.

Modo de Uso

Tomar una Cápsula en ayunas

Ingredientes
Ajo sin olor | 400 mg, Alcachofa | 300 mg, Vitamina B3 | 25 mg, Vitamina B12 | 10 mcg, Cloruro de Potasio | 40 mg.

Pultsu

Ajo sin olor | 400 mg

Coadyuva a reducir la presión arterial, a mejorar el tejido cardiaco con el rejuvenecimiento de las arterias y el pulso cardíaco. 1 2

Alcachofa | 300 mg

Agente natural para el tratamiento de enfermedades cardiovasculares. La administración diaria de alcachofa mejora los niveles de colesterol total y triglicéridos. 3 4

Vitamina B3 | 25 mg

Aumenta la disponibilidad del colesterol HDL en sangre teniendo una mayor función cardioprotectora y reduce los niveles de triglicéridos. 5 6

Vitamina B12 | 10 mcg

Juega un papel fundamental en la producción de ADN previniendo el desarrollo de enfermedades cardiovasculares. 7 9

Cloruro de Potasio | 40 mg

Promueve el equilibrio para mantener una presión arterial saludable. 10

Información Nutrimental

 

Tamaño de la porción: 1 cápsula (0.800 g)

Porciones por envase: 30

Porción de: 800 mg

Contenido energético: 2 kcal / 10 KJ

Cont. energético por envase: 68 Kcal

Grasas Total: 0 g

Grasa saturada: 0 g

Grasa trans: 0 mg

Carbohidratos disponibles: 1 g

Azúcares: 0 g

Azúcares añadidos: 0 g

Fibra Dietética: 0 g

Proteínas: 0 g

Sodio: 4 mg

Vitamina B3: 25 mg

Vitamina B12 (Cianocobalamina): 12 mg

Potasio (Cloruro de potasio): 40 mg

Ajo: 400 mg

Alcachofa: 300 mg

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