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Cardia 7 Pleased to Announce its Cholesterol Reducing Purified Omega 7
Date:12/9/2013

trans-fat) to less than 1% which creates a (Palmitric Free) purified Omega-7.  Cardia 7 is the most pure source of Omega-7 fatty acids on the market.   When analyzing omega 7 products on the market, be sure to pay attention to the amount of palmitic acid in the product.  If it is over 1% it is not palmitic free, thus you will be consuming the equivalence of trans fat.

"This is good news. Cardia 7 can help in the fight against cardiovascular disease, such as those who have been diagnosed with cardiac risk factors, diabetes, and even weight management. No other natural product can say it has this much punch when it comes to fighting a variety of diseases," said Mausser.

Cardia 7 is only one of a select few who sell the purified form of Omega 7.  Since introducing Omega 7's extraordinary health benefits, many consumers are wanting to try this incredible fatty acid. It makes sense that clinics, holistic and wellness centers begin to carry the product as well," said Mausser.

About Cardia 7

Cardia 7 is a brand new product distributed online or at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Center. It is one of the few products on the market that uses a patent-pending 7-step purification process to express high levels of the monosaturated fatty acid, palmitoleic acid (C16:1n7) or Omega 7, from fish oil while also removing the saturated fatty acid, palmitic acid reducing it to below 1% making it (Palmitic Free).

To order, go to Cardia 7's website at www.cardia7.com.

Media Contact: Jim Thrash, Cardia7, 440-550-4355, info@cardia7.com

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