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Heart Prime with KD-PŰR is a softgel containing a pharmaceutical grade concentrate of EPA ethyl esters and CoQ10. Using concentrated EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) allows one to get 800mg of EPA EE, 100 mg CoQ10 and 5 mg Bioperine small in two small softgels.
Heart Prime with KD-PŰR provides high purity pharmaceutical grade Omega-3 EPA that is manufactured under strict quality control standards and tested for mercury, heavy metals, PCB’s, dioxins, other contaminants and unwanted fats.
Heart Prime with KD-PŰR CoQ10 provides naturally fermented Coenzyme Q10, a vitamin-like nutrient central to energy production at the cellular level and essential for generating metabolic energy in the form of ATP. CoQ10 is also a versatile antioxidant, stabilizing cell membranes (helping to protect them from free radical damage) and contributing to their fluidity. Coenzyme Q10 levels decrease with age, a factor that may actually contribute to the aging process. Since food content of CoQ10 can be very low, many healthcare providers recommend supplementing with Coenzyme Q10.
Like CoQ10, the omega-3 nutrient EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) is a cell membrane building block that is both protective and crucial to the health of the cell as a whole. Like CoQ10, omega-3s operate in cell membranes and they are widely distributed throughout the cell membrane networks. EPA is especially important for cell membrane fluidity, which in turn supports a great variety of important cell functions.
Omega-3 fatty acids are anchored into the membrane’s matrix by phospholipid molecules. Dangling from the phospholipid’s head section, rather like tails, the long, electron-dense hydrocarbon chains extend deep into the membrane’s core zone and help to keep it semi-fluid. For optimal membrane function it is essential to have sufficient omega-3 chains to maintain this semi-fluid state at all times. The omega-3 chains also allow freedom of movement for CoQ10 within the membrane’s core.
EPA Besides contributing to cell membrane fluidity, EPA is a source of messenger substances — prostaglandins and other “eicosanoids” — that regulate healthy function (homeostasis) throughout the tissues.