Are Circulation Problems Affecting Your Health?

Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer in our country. The death rate from this insidious affliction surpasses that from all other causes of death combined. Fifty percent of the American population will die from heart disease.

The most common form of heart disease is arteriosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis is the hardening of arteries due to plaque (fatty deposits) within the vessels. As plaque builds up, it restricts blood flow and forces the heart to work harder. Eventually, an artery can become completely blocked resulting in a heart attack or blood clots, which leads to stroke.

Excess cholesterol has been identified as a contributor to plaque-formation, but scientists agree there are other contributing factors. Plaque sticks to the normally slippery artery wall because of lesions or tumor-like "bumps" that form there. Let's look further to learn what causes these bumps to form along artery walls.

Chemical substances called "free radicals" invade the cells of the artery's muscle layer. The cells the divide uncontrollably and eventually break through to the inner blood vessel. Once inside, those cells attract the sticky substances from the bloodstream that form plaque.

The free radicals believed to initiate this process are ever-present in the body and contribute to the onset of a number of degenerative diseases. How well the body is equipped to disarm them depends on several different factors such as: how well the body has been nourished; how strong the immune system is; and how much exposure the body has had to free radical producing pollutants (cigarette smoke, rancid oils, chemical additives, ect.).

When properly nourished, the human body has great resistance and regenerative powers that are beyond our comprehension. However, in today's fast-paced society, many of us choose high cholesterol junk foods and "meal skipping" over a healthy meal. Consequently, we need a good, high-potency nutritional supplement to make up for the deficit and to help combat the harmful side effects of the food we eat.

Over a period of time, however, even a properly nourished system can be overwhelmed by free radicals and the other pollutants that bombard it day in and day out! Exposure to there elements can finally begin to break down the body's resistance, inviting any of the various forms of cardiovascular diseases -- which means that you could wind up as another statistic!

A good start toward a healthy, vibrant lifestyle is avoiding free-radical-producing pollutants, such as cigarette smoke and caffeinated beverages. Still, some pollutants are difficult if not impossible to avoid. For instance, if you live in Southern California or any other metropolitan area, it's difficult to avoid the free radicals found in the air you breathe.

And what about water? Anyone who doubts the existence of a problem with the quality of our water needs only to read a current newspaper or magazine. Our drinking water has the distinct honor of being the only topic in the history of Time Magazine to have two separate cover stories devoted to it. There is no area of country that is immune to potential health hazard. Finally, we are beginning to discover the long-range effects of our environment and our personal lifestyles.

There was a time when a well balanced diet was all people needed for a healthy, vibrant life. But many of us need more than a good nutritional supplement to aid in the quality of our lives. And today people need added help to resist the long-range effects of our environment and our personal lifestyles.

It was with this in mind that Oraflow Plus was developed, a nutritional formula created to minimize the destruction for free radicals and to aid the body's counteraction of harmful personal and environmental effects.

Benefits of Oraflow Plus:

Increases the production of antibodies necessary to control free radicals.
Increases the production of enzymes which soften and dissolve arterial plaque.
Increases the blood flow to the cells allowing all parts of the body to work better.
Completely safe.

Costs much less than an intravenous chelation arterial cleansing program. Intravenous chelation usually costs between $1,000 and $1,500 for a complete program.