Yi En Xi – Flaxseed Oil Cell’s Engine, Heart’s Guardian
Main Ingredients: Sorbitol, Flaxseed Oil, Sardine Powder, Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified Water Ingredients per Capsule: 400mg Flaxseed Oil, Sardine Oil (including 60mg Coenzyme Q10) Specifications: 0.8g × 60 capsules Usage: Take 1-2 capsules daily Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening.
- Individuals with impaired heart coordination such as heart failure, angina, arrhythmia, etc.
- Those with weak myocardium or poor heart function.
- Individuals for myocardial infarction prevention and recovery.
- Patients with high blood lipid and hypertension.
Product Highlights: Premium Formula: Utilizes the latest research from the European and American scientific communities, incorporating flaxseed oil known as the “super healthy oil,” along with sardine oil extract (active CoQ10), to assist in nourishing and energizing the heart. It synergistically protects the cardiovascular system, serving as an excellent aid for vessel and heart maintenance.
Nutrition Knowledge: Flaxseed oil, dubbed the “healthy essential fatty acid oil,” is the world’s richest source of alpha-linolenic acid (Ω-3 fatty acid), one of the essential fatty acids. It contains two essential fatty acids: alpha-linolenic acid (Ω-3 fatty acid) and linoleic acid (Ω-6 fatty acid), with its alpha-linolenic acid content nearly twice that of fish oil. OMEGA-3 fatty acids are necessary and cannot be synthesized by the human body. They lower cholesterol levels in the blood, prevent cardiovascular diseases, and effectively prevent heart attack occurrences. Flaxseed oil also contains anti-inflammatory factors, alleviating muscle soreness, fatigue, and increasing vitality and immune function. It can effectively alleviate symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, allergies, and chronic inflammation.
Sardine (with Coenzyme Q10): Coenzyme Q10 exists in every cell of the human body and mainly serves to drive cellular energy production. If one were to liken the human body to a car, then Coenzyme Q10 would be the “engine” of the heart. Just as a car cannot run without an engine, the heart cannot generate the “power” required for daily operation without Coenzyme Q10. Therefore, Coenzyme Q10 is often referred to as the heart’s protector. It is indispensable for promoting energy supply to cells (providing energy to cells). It not only improves myocardial metabolism and treats angina caused by narrowing of the coronary arteries, but it also strengthens cardiac contractions and treats congestive heart failure.
Coenzyme Q10 in sardines, derived mainly from the heart and kidneys of high-quality sardines from New Zealand, is extracted using the world’s most advanced sixth-generation biological fermentation method and supercritical extraction technology, yielding 60mg of Coenzyme Q10 per capsule. It supports heart and bone marrow cell functions, improves myocardial metabolism and hypoxia, prevents sudden heart attacks, protects cells, provides antioxidant effects, eliminates free radicals, and effectively enhances the body’s immune system. Coenzyme Q10 is widely used for heart health in developed countries in Europe and America. Numerous studies have shown a close relationship between heart disease and a lack of Coenzyme Q10, which can contribute to the regeneration of atherosclerotic plaques, vascular damage, myocardial cell death, and inadequate oxygen supply in the heart.
Broccoli contains isothiocyanate compounds, such as sulforaphane, which possess anti-inflammatory properties and can prevent vascular damage, aiding in CoQ10’s heart protection.
Cherries for Heart Health: Cherries are considered the “fruit of the heart” and are essential for heart health. In Chinese medicine, cherries can nourish heart qi and blood. In nutrition studies abroad, they are referred to as the “aspirin of the heart.” Aspirin has anti-thrombotic effects and can be used for cardiovascular diseases, but cherries surpass aspirin. Cherries promote blood circulation and heart warmth, not only ensuring smooth blood flow but also warming heart yang.
Extra Knowledge: Should people without heart disease supplement Coenzyme Q10?
- Yes, they can! If a person lives to be 80 years old, their normal heart will beat over 2.6-2.8 billion times. These heartbeats require sufficient ATP energy to ensure the physiological activities of heart cells. Our bodies can produce Coenzyme Q10, but due to external influences or aging, the level of Coenzyme Q10 in the body decreases, resulting in reduced energy, fatigue, and other symptoms, which can even lead to impaired heart function or cardiovascular diseases (angina, hypertension, mitral valve prolapse). Therefore, it is necessary to supplement Coenzyme Q10 appropriately, not only for those with heart disease.