028 – Jay Levy Discusses Aged Garlic Extract for Blood Pressure

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Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract Supports Healthy Blood Pressure

Jay LevyKyolic Aged Garlic Extract is the most researched garlic supplement on the market with nearly 700 scientific studies. Clinical studies have shown that Aged Garlic Extract supports healthy blood pressure and circulation, reduces oxidative stress, and promotes overall cardiovascular health. Kyolic 109 is a unique formula that includes Aged Garlic Extract, Nattokinase, and the amino acid L-Theanine (Suntheanine).

Nattokinase is a potent enzyme derived from the traditional Japanese food called Natto. Studies show that Nattokinase can help maintain healthy blood flow, circulation and blood vessel function.

Suntheanine is a patented brand of L-theanine, an amino acid found naturally in green tea. Several studies have shown that Suntheanine reduces stress, promotes mental calmness and encourages relaxation.

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Jay Levy is Director of Sales for Wakunaga of America, makers of Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract.

This episode of Health Quest Podcast is sponsored by

Kyolic

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