Heart ReNew FAQ
|Heart ReNew Soy - 1.2 lbs. FAQ!||Darrell Miller||12/27/05|
December 27, 2005 10:27 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Heart ReNew Soy - 1.2 lbs. FAQ!
Heart Renew FAQ's
What is Heart ReNew™ and who formulated it?
Unlike many dietary supplements, Heart ReNew began not as a laboratory experiment but as a dream by one man from America's heartland. Heart ReNew is an amazing new heart health supplement that NOW® Foods has developed in conjunction with Scott Rennels. A very special individual.
You see, Scott Rennels had been dealt a rather poor hand when it came to heart health genes. Every male in his family tree was faced with heart health issues. His dream was a simple one that many of us probably share: Scott was determined to be the captain of his own cardiovascular health instead of waiting to become a statistic.
Scott began months of reading, investigating, interviewing and trial and error, searching for a natural answer to support and promote heart health. After accumulating a remarkable body of evidence (remarkable for a non-medical researcher), Scott began taking a formula designed around a very high dose of Soy Phospholipids blended with Soy Protein, Carnitine and several key B vitamins. Today, after many months of supplementing with his high phospholipid formula Scott remains healthy and active.
Scott Rennels is not the sort of man to keep such a discovery to himself and consequently he sought out a supplement company with a reputation for quality and integrity. We're delighted that Scott has elected to work with NOW® Foods to bring this remarkable product to market. Over the next thirteen weeks Scott will be telling his story on Duke and The Doctor, the #1 Health Talk Radio Show in the nation, which covers 125 radio markets and is heard by millions of listeners nationwide. Soon you'll have customers knocking down your doors to get Heart ReNew!
It is important to keep in mind that if you believe you have a heart problem, you should see a professional. However, for anyone concerned about their level of heart health risk, supporting and maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system with Heart ReNew™ is a prudent and sensible choice as part of an overall program of heart health that of course would include healthy diet, moderately vigorous exercise and regular medical check-ups.
What are Soy Phospholipids and what do they do?
Soy Phospholipids (SP) also known as Phosphatides are the second major class of lipids found in all living organisms. There are several active Phosphatides grouped together in the SP such as Phosphatidyl Choline, Ethanolamine and Inositol. The phosphate group in SP is water-soluble, while its fatty acids are oil soluble. This characteristic allows SP to form thin protective membranes like a skin around the organelles within the cells in our body. They also act as storehouses for the cells essential fatty acids necessary for the production of hormone-like substances known as prostaglandins that regulate cell activity. The most important function of SP in this formula is the fact that it acts as a food grade emulsifier that breaks up fats into suspended small droplets thereby increasing the efficiency of the enzymes responsible for the metabolism of fats in the digestive tract. Another important function is the ability of SP to keep water-insoluble Cholesterol soluble in the blood stream while wrapped in HDL and LDL traveling through us to and from all parts of our body to fulfill its various functions. Research suggests that regular consumption of Soy Phospholipids in sufficient dosage will have a favorable impact upon cardiovascular health. Research suggests that choline and the other naturally occurring components of SP increase bile secretion therefore supporting fat metabolism as well as supporting healthy cholesterol levels.
What is the purpose of Soy Protein, Carnitine, TMG and the B Vitamins in the formula?
Meta-analyses of over 30 studies reveals information that diets supplemented with Soy protein supports healthy total and LDL cholesterol levels. Carnitine acts as a carrier of fats transporting them from the blood across cell membranes into the mitochondria where they¡¦re oxidized or burned as the hearts preferred energy source. Homocysteine is an amino acid and a potentially dangerous by-product of protein metabolism that has been implicated as one of the major causes of cardiovascular disease in humans recently. Homocysteine can be degraded to the safe amino acid cysteine through the transsulfuration pathway with the help of Vitamin B-6 dependent enzymes. Homocysteine can also be remethylated to the safe amino acid methionine by the transfer of methyl groups and the assistance of cofactors from Vitamin B-12, Folic acid, B-2 and TMG or Betaine. Disclaimer: This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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