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New Heart Health Booster Supports Blood Pressure in the Normal Range*

An amazing -- and valuable -- discovery by the 1998 Nobel Prize winner in Medicine is a boon for anyone who wants a natural way to support their heart health and healthy blood pressure.*

Schaumburg, IL (Vocus) April 2, 2010 -- Dr. Mercola of released yesterday a new heart health product that also supports blood pressure already in the normal range.*

Cardiovascular Support, a Dr. Mercola Premium Supplement, supports the body’s need for L-arginine, a semi-essential amino acid that promotes efficient blood flow and supports cardiovascular health.*

“I believe it is truly reassuring to know there’s a potential way to enhance nitric oxide production,” states Dr. Joseph Mercola. “With Cardiovascular Support and its sustained-release nutrient, your vessel lining can get the potential L-arginine boost you desire.”*

According to the American Heart Association (AHA), many people across all age groups experience less-than-optimal cardiovascular health.

Blood is the body’s nutritious oil, so to speak, that feeds all vital organs and keeps everything running smoothly.

In 1998, Nobel Prize recipients discovered that nitric oxide served as a signaling mechanism helping blood vessels stay dilated and relaxed for optimal blood flow.

Nitric oxide is also an air pollutant. But internally, the body’s cells produce it to help the blood vessels stay relaxed and open for blood flow.

As a person ages, however, internal nitric oxide production declines, so supporting it with an aid like L-arginine -- which enhances the signaling of nitric oxide -- can be a smart move.

Dr. Mercola’s website,, remains the most-visited alternative health website in the world.

About, founded by Dr. Joseph Mercola, remains the internet’s #1 ranked natural health website.

Dr. Mercola established the website with a mission to educate people about the current medical system that focuses solely on covering up or removing symptoms with the so-called “solutions” of drugs and surgery.

Instead, Dr. Mercola envisions an improved health care system that informs the public about the true underlying causes of illness -- and provides real insights and solutions to preventing and curing diseases.

Here’s a tiny snapshot of what your audience will find on

  • How to exercise more effectively with personal trainer and life coach, Darin Steen
  • Searchable articles -- by topic -- on dozens of health problems
  • Three-times-per-week newsletter with cutting-edge news for your best health
  • A vibrant natural health interactive community online
  • How to keep your pet as healthy as you are

Over 2 million people, including 40,000 health care professionals, currently receive the website’s free e-mail health newsletter, loaded with practical health and wellness information covering areas like nutrition, medicine, lifestyle choices and emotional therapy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


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