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Circulatory System | Low Sugar | Vegan Friendly

Helps to support cardiovascular health.*

30 • 12 g packets

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Chinese Hawthorn Fruit, Blueberry, Plum, Winter Melon, Mulberry, Chrysanthemum


  • Supports proper liver function
  • Supports heart health

Your heart and liver exist in a symbiotic relationship. The heart circulates blood throughout the body, bringing your cells food and oxygen and carrying oxygen-depleted blood cells and toxins away. The liver steps in to remove toxins and clean your blood before it returns to your heart and then the lungs for more oxygen. This cycle repeats itself continually.

If your liver is not functioning properly, it cannot effectively and efficiently clean the blood delivered to it by the heart. Your liver helps regulate blood cholesterol levels. If your liver is not functioning properly it may lead to clogged arteries around the heart, making your heart work harder and less efficiently.

With wholesome plant foods, like hawthorn berry, blueberry, plum, wintermelon, orange and white mulberry leaf, Nutricardia supports the healthy functioning of both your heart and liver.

A strong, healthy heart keeps your cells replenished and vibrant. A strong, healthy liver keeps your blood clean and fully functional. Together, these two vital organs support every cell in your body—and Nutricardia helps you provide them with the nutrients they need to continue functioning well.

Nutricardia comes in a box of 30 packets. Mix one packet with 6-7 ounces (200ml) of warm water and enjoy its delicious fruit flavor any time of the day!

If you are currently taking heart medication, please consult your licensed healthcare practitioner before taking Nutricardia.

Nutricardia® Questions & Answers

What is Nutricardia?

Nutricardia is a delicious, nutritious powdered beverage rich in antioxidants to nourish the heart and liver.
Nutricardia’s primary ingredients are hawthorn, plum, blueberry, winter melon, chrysanthemum and mulberry.

Hawthorn has shown heart-strengthening properties. It is used in traditional medicine to treat irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, chest pain, hardening of the arteries and heart failure.

The high potassium content in plum helps maintain normal blood pressure, while soluble fiber promotes heart health.

Blueberries are one of the richest sources of antioxidants, making them powerful supporters of the immune system.

Winter melon fights free radicals and helps inhibit angiotensin-converting enzyme activity, which causes blood vessels to narrow. It also promotes urination, thereby removing wastes and toxins from the body.

Chrysanthemum increases blood flow to the heart and contributes to overall heart health.
Mulberry helps maintain blood flow and supports healthy liver function through detoxification properties.

What are the functions of the heart and liver?

All other organs depend on a functioning heart to deliver an adequate blood supply to them. The heart works as a pump to send blood through all parts of the body. On the journey away from the heart, blood contains oxygen and nutrients that every cell needs to function. On the way back to the heart, blood carries away carbon dioxide and waste products.

The liver removes toxins, dead cells and micro-organisms from the bloodstream; assists in the digestion of food; makes bile, which is needed to digest fats; regulates fat metabolism; burns fat; regulates blood sugar; stores carbohydrates in a form that allows a quick release of energy when it is needed; and makes plasma proteins, which are needed to help blood clot.

Are all cholesterols bad?

No. The human body needs cholesterol to manufacture bile, cell membranes and secretin (a hormone that stimulates pancreatic secretions). Cholesterol in the human body is broadly divided into two types. Low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, is known as “bad” cholesterol. High-density lipoprotein, or HDL, is known as “good” cholesterol. LDL (bad) cholesterol slowly builds up in the inner walls of the arteries and narrows the arteries. This leads to cardiovascular conditions such as atherosclerosis and arrhythmia. HDL (good) cholesterol carries “bad” cholesterol away from the arteries and has cardio-protective properties.

What is stevia?

Nutricardia contains a natural extract from the plant Stevia rebaudiana, otherwise known as stevia. Stevia has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a food additive and has been classified as “generally recognized as safe.” Stevia has no calories and does not affect blood sugar levels. Hence, E. EXCEL has included stevia to enable those on low-sugar diets to enjoy Nutricardia.

Most products containing stevia have a strong bitter aftertaste. Does Nutricardia have a bitter aftertaste?

No. The stevia extract in Nutricardia is over 400 times sweeter than sugar and does not have a bitter aftertaste. Our stevia comes from Japan, and It contains a high concentration of Rebaudioside A, the sweetest compound in stevia.


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