New study results suggest Verdure Sciences’ Pomella pomegranate extract may improve cardiovascular-health markers in patients with myocardial infarction.
A long-term, prospective cohort study finds higher intake of vitamin K2—but not vitamin K1—is “borderline significantly associated” with lower mortality from coronary heart disease.
Participants consuming breads made from different ancient grains varieties experienced significant reduction to several different cardiovascular disease risk factors.
A new study finds that Lycored’s Cardiomato tomato extract may inhibit the LDL oxidation that occurs after eating a high-fat meal.
Frutarom Health’s CitrOlive is designed to support overall cardiovascular function and defend against hardening of the arteries.
Can natural supplements be as effective as drugs—or at least complementary?
OmniActive’s CurcuWin curcumin extract was found to produce a dose-mediated improvement in flow-mediated dilation.
The latest crop of omega-3 research nets positive data for depression, eye health, children’s health, and more.
A particularly strong association between vitamin K2 and peripheral arterial disease was found in patients with diabetes or hypertension.
A new meta-analysis published by the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality finds evidence that omega-3 consumption lowers triglycerides and raises HDL cholesterol, but its findings on other cardiovascular health markers are less strong.