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Why No Garlic in Cardio-Klenz?

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Question: from David

How come Cardio-Klenz does not contain garlic, which has been proven many times to be beneficial to heart health?

Answer: from Warren Matthews of Xtend-Life

Garlic is a great nutrient and should be incorporated into your diet as much as possible.  The problem is that it is not particularly effective as a supplement because of the processing it has to go through to create a powder for use in supplements which usually includes deodorizing. This makes it lose some of its potency.

Because of this the supplement form is quite weak which in turn requires it to be taken in large doses when in a supplement if it is to be effective.

mg for mg there are many more potent and heart beneficial nutrients suitable in a supplement than garlic.  We could have included it in our Cardio-Klenz OK and it would have cost us a lot less as the garlic extracts are inexpensive but we would have had to leave out other important nutrients or else increase the daily dose substantially.

My suggestion is to try and incorporate a clove or two of fresh garlic every day into your general diet.

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