Whether you are trying to prevent high blood pressure or you are already on several medications, see what Tikva can do for you.
Why is Tikva different?
If you are on blood pressure drugs, then you have probably dealt with one ore more of the side effects ranging from feeling tired all the time, constant headaches, nausea, erectile dysfunction, and many more. Tikva does not have side effects.
In addition, you will be on them for the rest of your life and most likely they will be increased or you will end up on multiple types of blood pressure and cholesterol drugs.
Thousands of our Tikva customers have been able to reduce or eliminate their blood pressure medications over time and unlike the drugs that are just masking the issue, the ingredients in Tikva have been shown to actually fix the problem.
Many of our customers not only got off their medications, but they don’t need Tikva anymore either.
And unlike many other products you may have tried that address one or two causes of high blood pressure, the ingredients in Tikva help to improve All of the main causes. So, even if you have tried other products in the past, Tikva can work for you. With over 40 ingredients, Tikva is the most complete formula on the market.
In our search to fix my father’s condition, we tried as many natural products as we could find that had any evidence that they would work.
But the problem is they didn’t.
We realized that the problem with almost every natural product out there is that they only solve one part of the problem.
So we started researching, what are the main causes of cardiovascular disease and found that there are 10 areas that needed to be addressed at the same time.
These are the 10 questions that we asked ourselves
as we developed the Tikva product from the ground up.
1. Do the ingredients dilate (widen) your arteries and increase circulation?
The Nobel Prize was won for the discovery that Nitric Oxide in the blood vessels dilates (widens) the blood vessels.
In our research, we found 8 natural ingredients that increase Nitric Oxide and help to stabilize the nitric oxide to make it last longer in your system. This allows your arteries to have overall better circulation.
2. Do the ingredients help control blood clots in your arteries?
According to WebMD, blocked arteries caused by plaque buildup and blood clots are the leading cause of death in the U.S.
It is not enough to just widen your arteries if plaque is building up and blocking them.
We added the best 5 ingredients we could find to help prevent these blockages from happening in the first place.
3. Do the ingredients dissolve the plaque that is already in your arteries?
Even though there are ingredients that are helping to reduce new plaque from forming, plaque started building up in your system when you were just a kid. So by the time you are an adult and ready to do something about it, the problem has already had time to develop.
We found 6 ingredients that have clinical trials, showing that they actually dissolve the plaque that is already in your system.
Most doctors say this is impossible! Even my fathers cardiologist was amazed when he went from 98% blockage to what he himself called squeaky clean.
4. Are there high levels of various antioxidants that help stop new plaque from forming?
A cut up apple sitting on a table will turn brown due to oxidation. You can stop this from happening by squirting some lemon on it. The reason that this happens is because lemon has antioxidants.
The same thing happens in your arteries from the foods you eat and the pollution in the air you breathe. This is all brought into the arteries, where it oxidizes and turns into LDL plaques.
So we found it important to add many variations of antioxidants into Tikva to help prevent this from happening.
5. Do the ingredients lower your LDL “bad” cholesterol?
While cholesterol is necessary, too much LDL (bad) cholesterol is bad. It can slowly build up in the inner walls of your arteries. This plaque narrows your arteries and makes them less flexible. This condition is known as atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries.
There are a 14 ingredients in the Tikva product that are all working toward decreasing your LDL “bad” cholesterol.
6. Do the ingredients make your arteries flexible?
Your arteries are not just flexible pipes that carry blood throughout your body. They are responsible for forcing your blood to keep moving.
Your heart alone is not strong enough to push your blood through over 100,000 miles of arteries and veins.
Here is how the system works…
Your arteries are made up of several layers; one of which is muscle.
When your heart beats, the muscle in your artery relaxes allowing your artery to get wider (dilate) to accept the surge of blood.
Immediately after the surge of blood, the muscle in your artery contracts (tightens) and pushes the blood forward. It is the combined and synchronized efforts of both your heart and arteries that keep your blood moving.
If your arteries harden and become less flexible, this whole system breaks down.
Tikva has 7 ingredients that have been shown to address this issue.
7. Do the ingredients lower your triglycerides?
Triglycerides are fats that circulate in your bloodstream and are stored in your fat cells. When you eat more calories than you need to survive, your body converts those calories into triglycerides and stores them for future use.
High triglycerides can lead to hardening of the arteries.
We have a few ingredients that address high triglycerides and multiple ingredients that address hardening of the arteries, but the best thing you can take is a high quality fish oil, which we recommend.. We have not included fish oil in the Tikva product, because oil and water do not mix and it would taste terrible.
8. Do the ingredients reduce C-Reactive Proteins?
C-Reactive Proteins (CRP) in the blood is a marker of inflammation. High CRP levels can indicate that there’s inflammation in the arteries of the heart, which can mean a higher risk for heart attack.
A 2003 study showed that multi-vitamin users had reduced CRP levels.
Tikva is a complete multi-vitamin, multi-mineral, multi-amino acid, multi-antioxidant and multi-probiotic formula.
9. Do the ingredients address homocysteine levels?
Homocysteine is an amino acid. Increased levels of homocysteine are usually associated with poor nutrition and can lead to hardening of the arteries and blood clots.
High homocysteine level produces a 3-fold increase in the risk of heart attack over a 5-year period.
Tikva has 6 ingredients that help reduce homocysteine levels.
10. Do the ingredients reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes and arrythmias?
There are multiple ingredients in the Tikva product that address all of these issues.
We made Tikva from the ground up and put all of the best ingredients that we could find that had clinical trials that proved they work. Then we used the amounts that were shown to be most effective.
It came down to us putting 40 of the best ingredients we could find at full therapeutic strength all in one product to really be effective.
Since we were making the product for my father, we figured why not address some of his other issues as well.
So in addition to working on his high blood pressure and cholesterol, We added a full probiotic blend to help with digestion, as well as an arthritis formula and ingredients that help to increase energy levels.
Tikva was formulated to put all of the ingredients into an easy, once-a-day, pleasant tasting chocolate drink, giving you up to 98% absorption, so that you get all of the nutrients you need without having to take handfuls of pills. It is made in an FDA approved CGMP certified facility and is Gluten and Sugar Free (without artificial sweetener).
Tikva Is The Most Complete Formula On The Market
Pills from a health food store have a 3-20% absorption Vs. Tikva’s 98% absorption.
If you were to buy the same ingredients from a health food store, you would need to take at least 26 pills a day and it would cost you at least $153.80 per month.
In order to receive the same 98% absorption rate that is in Tikva,
the health food store pills would cost at least $753.62 per month
According to Livestrong and the Physicians Desk Reference, your body absorbs liquid vitamins better than its pill counterparts do. In fact, the body absorbs approximately 98% of the vitamins and minerals contained in liquid form. However, the body only absorbs anywhere from 3 – 20% of the vitamins in a vitamin pill form.
This means that you are throwing away 80% of your money when you take a vitamin in a pill form. Or you can take Tikva with a 98% absorption in a once a day chocolate drink and get all of the nutrients that your body needs each day at the amounts that were shown to be most effective.
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