Cardioflex Q10 is based on the research by world-renowned biochemist Linus Pauling PhD (1901-1994), two-time unshared Nobel Prize Laureate, and recipient of more than 40 honorary degrees is regarded by many of his peers as one of the world’s greatest scientific minds of the 20th century. In his last interview with the British journal of the Institute of Optimum Nutrition he spoke these prophetic words.
The therapy he spoke about was formulated after decades of scientific and clinical research and was introduced following issues of his patents 1994.
How does Pauling’s formula work?
It?s rather quite simple. It starts with the scientific facts that poor circulation is predominantly a Vitamin C deficiency. Also lacking is, a couple of key amino acids L-lysine and L-proline. Add to that a few supportive B, & E vitamins, minerals like magnesium and selenium and plenty of Omega 3 oils, especially those high in DPA such as found in seal oils and there you have it. A formula which when taken therapeutically, can help the body produce collagen and repair damaged blood vessels.
Following up on 1985 Nobel Laureates Brown and Goldstein’s scientific work of the early 1980’s, Pauling re-confirmed that all plaque in the arteries is laid down as temporarily repair material for damaged or injured blood vessels. This sticky cholesterol plaque, which the body uses to seal up the cracks and fissures, is a special kind of cholesterol made in our livers and not the cholesterol we ingest from fatty foods. Lp(a) cholesterol is manufactured as a necessary emergency secondary response tissue to deal with the damaged blood vessels. This happens only when the body is malnourished.
The primary healing tissue for blood vessels is collagen. Collagen needs high levels of Vitamin C and amino acids such as lysine and proline, to be properly and adequately synthesized. Also, L-lysine and L-proline act as Lp(a) binding inhibitors. So there is hope for the majority of those who have damaged blood vessels and poor circulation. The results of using the Pauling protocol are predictable and measurable.
The only negative side effect for some is loose bowel movements due to the natural laxative effect.