Red rice, black garlic and olive for cardiovascular health prevention, according to AORA Health

 

 

 


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AORA Health joins the celebration of the European Day for Cardiovascular Risk Prevention, with the aim of raising awareness of the importance of influencing risk factors for cardiovascular diseases

In 2020, the last year of data, 119,853 people died in Spain due to cardiovascular disease, the first cause of death in accordance with theDeath statistics by cause of death‘published by National Statistical Institute (INE). The number of cases of this pathology has doubled worldwide in recent decades, from 33.5 million in 1990 to 64.3 million in 2017, according to a study published in the ‘European Journal Preventive of Cardiology‘, magazine of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

 

On the occasion of the European Day for Cardiovascular Risk PreventionAORA Health joins the need to raise awareness and sensitize society on the importance of preventing and maintaining the cardiovascular system in good condition, affecting the main risk factors, which place these conditions as the first cause of death worldwide, according to WHO.

Although not all factors that cause cardiovascular disease can be controlled, since there are variables such as age and hereditary characteristics that cannot be modified, it is key to reduce these figures by putting into practice healthy lifestyles and avoiding risk factors such as smoking, sedentarism or poor diet that trigger obesity, hypertension, stress, or cholesterol. It is particularly concerned that, despite efforts to raise awareness, obesity and overweight are increasing in Western countries. Associated with this problem, there is a significant increase in the Type 2 diabetes and cholesterol, which is one of the main causes of 60% of cardiovascular diseases. blog sobre telescopios

AORA Health, Spanish pharmaceutical laboratory specializing in the creation of high-value nutraceuticals, has investigated, in depth, the application of natural substances for the maintenance of cardiovascular health. Beyond cholesterol control and triglycerides, the formula obtained It also provides an antioxidant effect that improves the elasticity of the arteries and counteracts the possible side effects of the pharmacological treatments to which it can be associated.

AORA Health has combined bioactive molecules red rice yeast, dried olive extract, Dry extract of aged black garlic (ABG10+) and coenzyme Q10 which produce 4 synergistic action mechanisms, helping to control cholesterol levels and protecting the cardiovascular system.

Clinical studies have shown that this combination of active principles helps maintain the heart in healthy conditions and reduces cholesterol in blood. Due to the synergistic effect and the proper combination and dosage of ingredients it is possible to reduce up to 30% total cholesterol, 22% of LDL cholesterol, and up to 24% of triglycerides level, in addition, can increase the level of triglycerides elasticity of the arteries and antioxidant capacity up to 60% and prevent coenzyme deficiency Q10.

According to Gonzalo Peñaranda, CEO of AORA Health: “Cholic is one of the main causes of cardiovascular disease in our society and, aware of this, AORA Health has developed AQlesterol that is not only a product for cholesterol control, but it produces a general improvement in the cardiovascular system and joint beneficial effects in the body. This is achieved thanks to the exact and accurate combination of bioactive molecules of natural substances, always with the endorsement of scientific evidence.”

Red rice, black garlic and olive for cardiovascular health prevention, according to AORA Health

Red rice, black garlic and olive for cardiovascular health prevention, according to AORA Health

AORA Health joins the celebration of the European Day for Cardiovascular Risk Prevention, with the aim of raising awareness of the importance of influencing ri

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2024-05-19

 

Red rice, black garlic and olive for cardiovascular health prevention, according to AORA Health
Red rice, black garlic and olive for cardiovascular health prevention, according to AORA Health

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