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Res-Q Gains Rights To Market Orosine - a Breakthrough, Patented, Natural Heart Supplement That Cardiologists Are Calling the 'Ultimate Cardio Protection' Against Heart Attacks, Strokes and Heart Failure.
Date:12/10/2008

PALM, Pa., Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- N3 Oceanic, Inc. announced the addition of Orosine to its heart-healthy Res-Q line of products. Orosine was developed by cardiologist Dr. Jeffrey Shapiro, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine / Cardiology at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and NYU Langone Medical Center, who has been giving the formula to his patients for the last two years with life-changing results. Dr. Shapiro states, Orosine is the most significant natural product I have ever used for both the treatment and prevention of heart disease. This is the first product of its kind that works directly on the cells, to improve the delivery of oxygen to the heart, relax blood vessels and improve blood flow to the heart, thus reducing the risk of a heart attack."

Damage to the cells can occur from years of being overweight, stress, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, atherosclerosis, high blood sugar and existing heart disease. Most people have one or more of these risk factors as they begin to age. Many people may even be walking around feeling no symptoms at all. Orosine is essential for people with risk factors as well as those who have already suffered a heart attack, because it can help prevent secondary complications and ultimately heart failure.

Res-Q Orosine is a patented all-natural formula made up of two main ingredients, inosine and orotate, both naturally fermented from plant matter. These ingredients have years of research and clinical trials documenting their safety and powerful benefits to the weakened heart.

AboutN3Oceanic,Inc.

N3 Oceanic, Inc. has been a leader in the nutraceuticals industry since its inception over 20 years ago. N3's premium supplement line, Res-Q products, offer the finest proprietary blend of all-natural ingredients with a focus on heart health and prevention. For mo
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