• Promotes a healthy heart*
  • Maintains a healthy artery wall*
  • Arterosil helps maintain blood pressure in the normal range*
    • Promotes a healthy heart*
  • Maintains a healthy artery wall*
  • Arterosil helps maintain blood pressure in the normal range*
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    Arterosil® is the world's first glycocalyx-regenerating supplement. It is also the only product patented to stabilize and regress vulnerable plaque. 

    Your blood vessels have a micro-thin gel lining called the endothelial glycocalyx. The glycocalyx protects and regulates the entire endothelium and is therefore the foundation of vascular health.

    It inhibits cholesterol and other harmful particles from adhering to or penetrating the endothelial wall.

    This critical and delicate structure can be compromised by many common conditions, such as high blood glucose, oxidative stress, inflammation, aging, and several health conditions. 

    Arterosil supports normal endothelial function, promotes a healthy heart, improves blood flow, and helps maintain blood pressure in the normal range.*

    Arterosil also helps support normal erectile function in men.* 

    In addition, Arterosil is the only dietary supplement of any type with a US patent targeting vulnerable plaque. 

    Arterosil contains MonitumRS™ – a proprietary extract of rhamnan sulfate, a specialized sulfated polysaccharide derived from the rare green seaweed, Monostroma nitidum.

    Rhamnan sulfate is a powerful glycocalyx-regenerating compound that has been reported to possess many cardiovascular health benefits.

    Daily use of Arterosil is clinically proven to protect and restore the endothelial glycocalyx. 

    Serving Size: 2 Capsules 

    Servings per Container: 30



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    3. Carmen A. Vlahu, Bregtje A. Lemkes, Dirk G. Struijk, Marion G. Koopman, Raymond T. Krediet & Hans Vink. Damage of the Endothelial Glycocalyx in Dialysis Patients. J Am Soc Nephro (2012) l23:1900–1908.

    4. Remy J.H. Martens, Hans Vink, Robert J. van Oostenbrugge & Julie Staals. Sublingual Microvascular Glycocalyx Dimensions in Lacunar Stroke Patients. Cerebrovasc Dis (2013) 35:451–454.

    5. Elaheh Rahbar, Jessica C Cardenas, Gyulnar Baimukanova, Benjamin Usadi, Roberta Bruhn, Shibani Pati, Sisse R Ostrowski, Pär I Johansson, John B Holcomb & Charles E Wade. Endothelial Glycocalyx Shedding and Vascular Permeability in Severely Injured Trauma Patients. J Transl Med. (2015) 13:117.

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    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.