Longevity Club

Longevity Club: Garleat


Heartfit Drops.


Garlic- 91.6mg per 1 (one) drop Quantity Per Serving.

Recommended Use:

As a dietary supplement, adults start with two drops twice daily before meals mixed with either a glass of milk, water or unsweetened  juice.  Increase by two drops every two days to a maximum of ten drops twice daily, or as directed by your health practitioner.  Shake well before using.

Cautions and Warnings:

No known side effects have been reported. If you regularly take medications such as Aspirin or other drugs that thin the blood, consult your physician before taking Garleat®.

General Information and Actions:

Garlic is widely recognized for its immense therapeutic potential.

Garlic has been shown to exert its beneficial effects against a wide spectrum of diseases, including cancer, diabetes, immunological and cardiovascular disorders. ¹

Garlic is also widely known for its biological properties and plays an important role as an antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal agent. Garlic is effective even against Helicobacter pylori

strains , responsible for stomach cancer and ulcers. The incidence of stomach cancer is lower in populations with a high intake of garlic. ²

Research has shown that garlic works as an anti-inflammatory. The Arthritis Foundation even recommends it to help prevent cartilage damage from arthritis.

Clinical studies have shown garlic to decrease free radical damage, reduce the risk of infection, boost the immune system and support cardiovascular function. ³

Heart Disease is the main cause for mortality (death) and suffering in the western world.  Most people over the age of 60 are affected by heart disease, and more than 40% of us will die as a result of this.

The wealth of scientific literature supports the proposal that garlic consumption have significant cardioprotective effect.

Garlic has the potential to improve cardiovascular health and has a positive impact on your

your arteries and blood pressure. Researchers believe red blood cells turn the sulfur in garlic into hydrogen sulfide gas that expands our blood vessels, making it easier to REGULATE BLOOD PRESSURE. ⁴

In a number of clinical studies, garlic has been found to be beneficial in decreasing clotting (antithrombotic effect),  protect the heart against myocardial infarction, doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity, arrhythmia, hypertrophy, and ischemia-reperfusion injury.  ⁵

Other studies has indicated that garlic and its active compounds are effective in reducing cardiovascular and metabolic risk by normalizing abnormal plasma lipids, oxidized low density lipoproteins, abnormal platelet aggregation, and cardiac injury. ⁶

Garleat® is a concentrated garlic liquid. It is used at Longevity Healthy Aging® (LHA®) Research Group as part of a complex approach to Heart Rejuvenation™, which includes prevention, reversion and treatment of heart disease, stroke and blocked arteries.  Garleat® has been found by LHA® to be beneficial in improving bowel function, decreasing platelet aggregation and decreasing inflammation, which are important risk factors for heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.


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