How Can Wheatgrass Improve Heart Health?

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Wheatgrass contains many “essential nutrients” for heart health. 

Muco-polysaccharides are a combination of complex and simple sugars which appear to stimulate the body’s repair mechanisms. Enhancing these mechanisms is important, because the body is constantly repairing and replacing damaged cells. If you can do this better, it means you will ‘age’ better.  Muco-polysaccharides appear to have a particular connection to help repair damaged heart and artery tissue.

 

Auxin, a property in the wheatgrass root, also has the ability to promote and regenerate damaged cells.

SOD an anti-inflammatory compound, may prevent cellular damage and inflammation following a heart attack.

Dr. Theodore M. Rudolph states; the benefits of chlorophyll in wheatgrass as an adjunct therapy and treatment for hardening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis) and high blood pressure (hypertension), is effective due to its high oxygen content, and its ability to cleanse matter from the walls of blood vessels.  It has been reported that chlorophyll increases the functions of the heart, affects the vascular intestines, the uterus, and the lungs. It raises the basic nitrogen exchange and is therefore a tonic which, considering its stimulating properties, cannot be compared with any other nutrient system.

According to Dr. Ann Wigmore, properties in wheatgrass help the body to increase the amount of red blood cells, and promote a healthy heart.

SOD, Amino Acids, Auxin and Muco-polysaccharides are concentrated in the wheatgrass roots.  It’s important to obtain the “only” wheatgrass powder, that includes the roots, and receive these important benefits.

Additional benefits are enzymes available in this powder due to the “cold process” used in the harvesting of our powder.  Insist on the only powder that includes the roots and the leaves to get all these benefits.