Cardiofy's proprietary formulation contains 406 phytonutrients that exert 611
synergistic activities on your body. Many of these phytonutrients are
widely recognized for their contribution to Cardiovascular Health.
Allicin - Exerts cardioprotective activities on the body
(Liu, Cao, Tang, “Allicin Protects Against Cardiac Hypertrophy and Fibrosis via Attenuating Reactive
Oxygen Species- Dependent Signaling Pathways”, Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry,
Volume 21, Issue 12, Pages 1238-1250, 2010; Sun and Ku, “Allicin in Garlic
Protects Against Coronary Endothelial Dysfunction and Right Heart Hypertrophy in
Pulmonary Hypertensive Rats”, doi: 10.1152/ajpheart.00384,AJP- Heart vol. 291 no.
5H2431- H2438, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of
Alabama, Birmingham, 2006; Ali, Al-Qattan, Al-Enezi, “Effect of Allicin from
Garlic Powder on Serum Lipids and Blood Pressure in Rats Fed with a High Cholesterol
Diet”, Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids Volume
62, Issue 4, Pages 253-259, 2000).
Curcumin - Protects heart muscles from damage (Li, Liu, de Couto, et al. “Curcumin
Prevents and Reverses Murine Cardiac Hypertrophy”, J Clin Invest,118(3): 879–893.
doi: 10.1172/JCI32865, 2008; Sumbilla, Lewis, Hammerschmidt and Inesi, “The
Slippage of the Ca2+ Pump and Its Control by Anions and Curcumin in Skeletal and
Cardiac Sarcoplasmic Reticulum”, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, 2002;
Becatti, Pensalfini, Cecchi, et al. “Curcumin Protects Cardiac Cells against Ischemia-
Reperfusion Injury: Effects on Oxidative Stress, NF-κB, and JNK Pathways”,
Department of Biochemical Sciences University of Florence, Italy, 2008).
Gallic-Acid - Protects the myocardium from damage (Priscilla and
Mainzen, “Cardioprotective Effect of Gallic Acid on Cardiac Troponin-T, Cardiac
Marker Enzymes, Lipid Peroxidation Products and Antioxidants in Experimentally
Induced Myocardial Infarction in Wistar Rats”, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu,
India 2009; Priscilla and Mainzen, “Gallic Acid Prevents Lysosomal Damage in
Isoproterenol Induced Cardiotoxicity in Wistar Rats”, Annamalai University, Tamil
Nadu, India 2009; Qi SP and Hu PR, “Effect of the Esters of Gallic Acid on Model and
Human Blood Platelet Membranes Studied by Fourier Transform Infrared
Spectroscopy”, Sci China B. 36(6):702-9, Central Laboratory, Beijing College of
Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1993).
Take one capsule after breakfast and one
capsule after dinner.
optimize your long-term cardiovascular health by:
1) Taking Cardiofy - Cardiofy releases hundreds of phytonutrients that act at the molecular
level to support normal cardiovascular health.
Avoiding Saturated Fat - Saturated fat is the main dietary cause of
high blood cholesterol. Foods to avoid include beef, veal, lamb,
pork, lard, poultry fat, butter, cream, milk, cheeses, whole dairy
products, two percent milk, coconut, coconut oil, palm oil, tropical
oils, and cocoa butter.
Avoiding Hydrogenated Fat - Hydrogenated fats raise blood
cholesterol. Foods to avoid include margarine and shortening.
Avoiding Trans-Fatty Acids - Trans-fatty Acids raise blood
cholesterol. Foods to avoid include french fries, doughnuts,
cookies, crackers, muffins, pies, and cakes.
Consuming Unsaturated Fats - Getting between 25% to 35% of your
calories from unsaturated fats will help lower your blood cholesterol
level. Foods to consume include salmon, trout, herring, avocados,
olives, walnuts, and liquid vegetable oils (soybean, corn, safflower,
canola, and sunflower).
Reducing Sugar Intake - Cut back on beverages and foods with added
sugars to lower your calorie intake and help control your weight.
Examples of added sugars are sucrose, glucose, fructose, maltose,
dextrose, corn syrups, high-fructose corn syrup, concentrated fruit
juice, and honey.
Minimizing Salt Intake - Foods low in salt lower your risk of high
blood pressure. Strive to consume less than 1,500 mg of salt
daily. Choose "reduced-sodium" processed foods and limit soy
sauce, steak sauce, Worcestershire sauce, flavored seasoning salts,
pickles, and olives. Use lemon juice, citrus zest, and hot
chilies instead for flavoring. Rinse canned tuna and salmon, feta
cheese, and capers to remove excess sodium.
Increasing Fiber Intake - When eaten regularly as part of a diet low in
saturated fat and cholesterol, soluble fiber helps to lower blood
cholesterol and may also reduce the risk of diabetes and colon and
rectal cancers. For every 1,000 calories in your diet, 14 grams
of fiber (in both soluble and insoluble forms) should be eaten.
Foods high in soluble fibers includes oat bran, oatmeal, beans, peas,
rice bran, barley, citrus fruits, strawberries, and apple pulp.
Foods high in insoluble fibers include whole-wheat breads, wheat
cereals, wheat bran, cabbage, beets, carrots, Brussels sprouts,
turnips, cauliflower, and apple skin. Replace low-fiber foods
(white bread, white rice, candy and chips) with fiber-rich foods
(whole-grain bread, brown rice, fruits and vegetables). Eat more
raw vegetables and fresh fruits. Eat high-fiber foods at every
Drinking Water - Drink six to eight 8-oz glasses of water a day to
ensure fiber in the diet is properly digested and fat loss is optimized.
Exercising Daily - A minimum of 30 minutes of moderate exercise every
day will help you maintain optimal weight, keep off weight you lose,
and improve physical and cardiovascular fitness.
Smoking - Cigarette smokers are 2 to 3 times more likely to die from
coronary heart disease than non-smokers.
Consuming Alcohol in Moderation - Drinking too much alcohol can raise
triglyceride levels in your blood and also lead to high blood pressure,
heart failure, and increase calorie intake (which can lead to obesity
and diabetes). Excessive drinking can also cause stroke,
cardiomyopathy, cardiac arrhythmia, and sudden cardiac death.
American Heart Association recommends the following for optimal
Cholesterol less than 200
("Bad") Cholesterol less than 160 for people who are at low risk for
("Bad") Cholesterol less than 130 for people who are at intermediate
risk for heart disease
("Bad") Cholesterol less than 100 for people who are at high risk for
("Bad") Cholesterol less than 70 for people who are at very high risk
for heart disease
("Good") Cholesterol 50 or higher for women
("Good") Cholesterol 40 or higher for men
less than 150
Pressure less than 120 / 80
Glucose less than 100
Mass Index (BMI) less than 25
Circumference less than 35 inches for women
Circumference less than 40 inches for men
minimum of 30 minutes most days, if not all days of the week
at least 5 daily servings of fruit and vegetables, 6 daily servings of
grain products, 2 weekly servings of oily fish, 25 to 30 grams of fiber
per day, less than 300 mg of cholesterol per day
intake of saturated fat and trans fat to less than 10 percent of total
fats and oils with 2 grams or less saturated fat per tablespoon
salt intake to less than 6 grams per day (slightly less than one
alcohol consumption to no more than one drink per day for women and two
drinks per day for men
the number of calories you eat with the number you use each day
all tobacco products and exposure to secondhand smoke