Clinical OPC® Heart
with French Grape Seed Extract VX1®
- SKU 20716 | 60 Capsules
Clinical OPC Heart features concentrated levels of the most influential heart-healthy ingredients to help fill nutritional gaps in your diet and promote optimal cardiovascular function.*
Nourishing nutrients and powerful polyphenols combine to support healthy:
- Oxygen and blood flow to the heart
- Cholesterol balance†
- Blood pressure†
- Heart rhythms†
- Overall cardiovascular function*
Clinical OPC Heart delivers high-quality, clinically studied ingredients in their most effective bioavailable forms, making it easy for your body to absorb and benefit from premium nutrients.
- French Grape Seed VX1 supports healthy blood pressure and cholesterol balance†
- Pomegranate Fruit Extract helps maintain healthy arteries and blood vessel flexibility
- Magnesium promotes healthy heart rhythm and blood pressure levels†
- Benfotiamine supports healthy blood vessels, circulation, and arterial function
- Vitamin B6 provides crucial support to the system that transports oxygen and blood to the heart*
† Supports healthy levels already within normal range
|Vitamin B6||30 mg||1,765%|
(from TRAACS™ magnesium bisglycinate chelate, magnesium oxide)
|Proprietary Complex||600 mg||**|
French Grape (Vitis vinifera) Seed Extract (VX1®) standardized to contain ≥ 99% polyphenols and ≥ 80% OPCs (Tannin Free), Pomegranate (Punica granatum) Fruit Extract standardized for ≥ 60% polyphenols
** Daily Value (DV) not established
Take 3 capsules daily.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
TRAACS™ is a trademark of Albion Laboratories, Inc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the ingredients in Clinical OPC Heart would work perfectly with a multivitamin regimen.
Benfotiamine is a form of vitamin B1 that is fat-soluble, as opposed to the water-soluble thiamine form. Because of this, benfotiamine raises thiamine levels in the blood up to 5 times better, and maintains them significantly longer, than water-soluble B1.*
A “chelate” is a bond between a mineral (often called “inorganic”) and a molecule structure, called a “ligand” that helps the body absorb the mineral during digestion. The amino acid glycine makes an excellent molecule to help shepherd minerals through the intestinal wall, because it is so small it can be transported directly into the cells of the body, so it can get to work right away.
Unlike other forms of vitamin B6, P-5-P does not require conversion by the liver, allowing it to support muscle function, especially important for a healthy heart.*