US Clinicals® StrongHeart™
US Clinicals® StrongHeart™

US Clinicals®

US Clinicals® StrongHeart™

Based on the science behind a Nobel Prize winning medical breakthrough, StrongHeart™ Cardio Support Formula is designed to promote a healthy cardiovascular system. It combines L-Arginine with L-Citrulline and other vital nutrients to boost the body's production of Nitric Oxide (NO) - the miracle molecule that keeps your blood moving freely throughout the body.

Direction of Use: For adults. Take 1 capsule, 2-3 times daily after meals. 

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Once protection seal is opened, keep refrigerated and best consumed within 2 months. Keep out of reach of children.

Precaution: If you are under 18 years of age, nursing or pregnant, taking medication or have a medical condition, you should consult your health care specialist prior to using this product.

Vegetarian-certified.

Made in USA.

  • Relaxes blood vessels
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Relieves stress on the heart
  • Maintains healthy blood pressure and cholesterol level
  • Supports cardiovascular health

Full ingredient list: Thiamine, Vitamin E, Vitamin D3, Niacin, Zinc Oxide, L-Glutamic, Cinnamon Bark, Alpha Lipoic Acid, L-Arginine (90%), L-Taurine, Resveratrol, Pine Bark, L-Citrulline, Pomegranate, Vegetable Capsule, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide. 

L-Arginine 
L-Arginine is an amino acid present in human proteins. It is the body's main source of nutrients for producing nitric oxide, which helps improve blood flow in the arteries and effectively prevent coronary heart diseases. It is also known to improve immune function and facilitate wound healing. 

L-Citrulline 
L-Citrulline is an amino acid that is critical in the production of nitric oxide. It acts as a catalyst when combined with L-Arginine, and extends the body's production of nitric oxide up to 24 hours long. It also helps promote healthy vasodilation and blood circulation which contributes to a healthy blood pressure. 

L-Taurine 
L-Taurine is an amino acid that helps to move key nutrients such as potassium, magnesium and calcium in and out of our heart's cells to improve its functioning. It also increases the secretion of nitric oxide, improves blood flow and facilitates the delivery of oxygen to the muscles. 

Pine Bark 
Pine Bark extract contains potent antioxidants and compounds that help dilate blood vessels. It also provides strong vascular and capillary supports that are essential for nutrient delivery.

Resveratrol 
Resveratrol is a unique polyphenol that exists in red wine and some plants. It has been shown to support healthy cardiovascular function and in anti-aging. Resveratrol helps reduce LDL (bad cholesterol) and makes it harder for platelets to stick together. This prevents blood clots from forming and leading to heart diseases. 

Cinnamon Bark 
Cinnamon Bark has been used traditionally as a culinary spice and to promote better digestion. Numerous studies show that cinnamon also helps regulate blood sugar and reduce LDL cholesterol levels.

How soon will I see an improvement in my heart health & what are some of the early results I can expect?
During the first 1-2 months, you should be able to notice symptoms caused by insufficient blood supply (e.g. headaches, dizziness, heart palpitation, fatigue) being relieved. In addition, you may also notice improvements in your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Clinical studies have reported significant improvements in blood vessels functions with long-term consumption of 6 months and longer. However, do note that results may vary for each individuals.

Will the long term consumption of StrongHeart™ result in any side effects?
No known side effect has been observed. All ingredients in StrongHeart™ are tested and approved to ensure safety, purity and efficacy. It is therefore safe for long term consumption with the recommended dosage.

Can I take StrongHeart™ with my prescribed medicine or blood thinners?
StrongHeart™ is a supplement formulated to supply important nutrients for heart health that may not be easily obtainable in sufficient amounts through diet. However, we would recommend you to consult your health care specialist concerning drug interactions if you are taking any medication.

  1. Effect of L-arginine or L-citrulline oral supplementation on blood pressure and right ventricular function in heart failure patients with preserved ejection fraction.

    Juan José Orozco-Gutiérrez1, Lilia Castillo-Martínez1, 2, Arturo Orea-Tejeda1, 2, Oscar Vázquez-Díaz1, Adrián Valdespino-Trejo1,  René Narváez-David2, Candace Keirns-Davis3, Olín Carrasco-Ortiz1, Adolfo Navarro-Navarro1, Rocío Sánchez-Santillán1.Cardiol J 2010; 17, 6: 612–618)

  2. Effects of oral L-arginine supplementation on exercise-induced QT dispersion and exercise tolerance in stable angina pectoris

    Bronislaw Bednarz, Robert Wolk, Tomasz Chamiec, Krystyna Herbaczynska-Cedro, Dariusz Winek, Leszek Ceremuzynski. International Journal of Cardiology 75 (2000) 205 –210

  3. Long-term L-Arginine Supplementation Improves Small-Vessel Coronary Endothelial Function in Humans

    Amir Lerman, John C. Burnett, Jr, Stuart T. Higano, Linda J. McKinley and David R. Holmes, Jr; Circulation. 1998;97:2123-2128

  4. L-Arginine Improves Post-Ischemic Vasodilation in Coronary Heart Disease Patients Taking Vasodilating Drugs

    Arcangelo lannuzzi, Gabriella Jannuzzo, Cecilia Sapio, Paolo Pauciullo, Domenico Jorio, Nicola Spampinato, Mario Mancini, and Paolo Rubba, MD; J Cardiovasc Pharmacol Therapeut 6 (2): 121-127, 2001

  5. Oral administration of L-arginine in patients with angina or following myocardial infarction may be protective by increasing plasma superoxide dismutase and total thiols with reduction in serum cholesterol and xanthine oxidase

    Pratima Tripathi, M. Chandra and M.K. Misra, Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity 2:4, 231-237.

  6. Resveratrol Improves Vascular Function in Patients With Hypertension and Dyslipidemia by Modulating NO Metabolism

    Albino Carrizzo, Annibale Puca, Antonio Damato, Marina Marino, Elio Franco, Franco Pompeo, Anna Traficante, Fabio Civitillo, Luigi Santini, Valentina Trimarco, Carmine Vecchione Hypertension. 2013; 62:359-366.

  7. One-Year Consumption of a Grape Nutraceutical Containing Resveratrol Improves the Inflammatory and Fibrinolytic Status of Patients in Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

    Tomé-Carneiro J, Gonzálvez M, Larrosa M, Yáñez-Gascón MJ, García-Almagro FJ, Ruiz-Ros JA, García-Conesa MT, Espín JC, Tomás-Barberán FA, The American Journal of Cardiology, 2012 Aug 1;110 (3): 356-63

  8. Short-term effects of L-citrulline supplementation on arterial stiffness in middle-aged men

    Masayuki Ochiai , Toshio Hayashi, Masahiko Morita, Koichiro In, Morihiko Maeda , Fumiko Watanabe , Koji Morishita; International Journal of Cardiology 155 (2012) 257–261

  9. Improvement of ventricular function in systolic heart failure patients with oral L-citrulline supplementation

    Karla Balderas-Munoz, Lilia Castillo-Martinez, Arturo Orea-Tejeda, Oscar Infante-Vazquez, Marcelo Utrera-Lagunas, Raul Martinez-Memije, Candace Keirns-Davis, Bryan Becerra-Luna, Gabriela Sanchez-Vidal; Cardiol J 2012; 19, 6: 612–617

  10. Effects of Pomegranate Juice Consumption on Myocardial Perfusion in Patients With Coronary Heart Disease

    Michael D. Sumner, Melanie Elliott-Eller, RN, MSN, Gerdi Weidner, Jennifer J. Daubenmier, Mailine H. Chew, Ruth Marlin, Caren J. Raisin, RN, and Dean Ornish, Am J Cardiol 2005;96: 810–814

  11. Pycnogenol®, French Maritime Pine Bark Extract, Augments Endothelium-Dependent Vasodilation in Humans

    Kenji Nishioka, Takayuki Hidaka, Shuji Nakamura, Takashi Umemumura, Daisuke Jitsuiki, Junko Soga, Chikara Goto, Kazuaki Chayama, Masao Yoshizumi, and Yukihito Higashi; Hypertens Res 2007;30: 775–780

  12. Effects of Treatment With the Antioxidant a-Lipoic Acid on Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy in NIDDM Patients

    Dan Ziegler, MD; Helmut Schatz, MD; Frank Conrad; F. Arnold Gries, MD; Heinz Ulrich, MD; The Dekan Study Group; Gerhard Reichel, MD; Diabetes Care, Volume 20, No 3, Mar 1997

  13. Therapeutic Effect of Taurine in Congestive Heart Failure: A Double-Blind Crossover Trial

    J Azuma, A Sawamura, N Awata, H Ohta, T Hamaguchi, H Harada, K Takihara,H Hasegawa, T Yamagami, T Ishiyama; Clin. Cardiol. 8, 276-282 (1985)

  14. Usefulness of taurine in chronic congestive heart failure and its prospective application.

    Azuma JSawamura AAwata N;Japanese Circulation Journal [1992, 56 (1):95-99].

  15. Fifteen Year Mortality in Coronary Drug Project Patients: Long-Term Benefit With Niacin

    Canner PL, Berge KG, Wenger NK, Stamler J, Friedman L, Prineas RJ, Friedewald W.; J Am Coli CardioI1986; 8:1245-55

  16. Simvastatin and Niacin, Antioxidant Vitamins, or the Combination for the Prevention of Coronary Disease

    Brown BG, Zhao XQ, Chait A, Fisher LD, Cheung MC, Morse JS, Dowdy AA, Marino EK, Bolson EL, Alaupovic P, Frohlich J, Albers JJ..N Engl J Med 2001; 345:1583-1592

  17. Benefits of Niacin in Patients With Versus Without the Metabolic Syndrome and Healed Myocardial Infarction (from the Coronary Drug Project)

    Paul L. Canner, Curt D. Furberg, and Mark E. McGovern, MD ; Am J Cardiol 2006;97:477– 479

  18. Serum Zinc Level and Coronary Heart Disease Events in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

    Soinio M, Marniemi J, Laakso M, Pyörälä K, Lehto S, Rönnemaa T. Diabetes Care. 2007 Mar; 30 (3): 523-528.

  19. Randomised controlled trial of vitamin E in patients with coronary disease: Cambridge Heart Antioxidant Study (CHAOS).

    Nigel G Stephens, Ann Parsons, Peter M Schofield, Frank Kelly, Kevin Cheeseman, Malcolm J Mitchinson, Morris J Brown;Lancet 1996; 347: 781-86

  20. Vitamin E and Coronary Heart Disease in Tunisians

    Moncef Feki, Malek Souissi, Elyes Mokhtar, Mohamed Hsairi, Naziha Kaabachi, Helena Antebi, Louis Ge´rald Alcindor, Rachid Mechmeche, and Abderraouf Mebazaa; Clinical Chemistry 46:9 1401–1405 (2000)

  21. Vitamin E consumption and the risk of coronary heart disease in men.

    Rimm EB
    Stampfer MJAscherio AGiovannucci EColditz GAWillett WC.N Engl J Med. 1993 May 20; 328 (20):1450-6.

  22. The Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on Physical Function and Quality of Life in Older Patients With Heart Failure A Randomized Controlled Trial

    Witham, Crighton LJ, Gillespie ND, Struthers AD, McMurdo ME.; Circ Heart Fail. 2010;3:195-201;

Product Info

Direction of Use: For adults. Take 1 capsule, 2-3 times daily after meals. 

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Once protection seal is opened, keep refrigerated and best consumed within 2 months. Keep out of reach of children.

Precaution: If you are under 18 years of age, nursing or pregnant, taking medication or have a medical condition, you should consult your health care specialist prior to using this product.

Vegetarian-certified.

Made in USA.

Benefits

  • Relaxes blood vessels
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Relieves stress on the heart
  • Maintains healthy blood pressure and cholesterol level
  • Supports cardiovascular health

Ingredients

Full ingredient list: Thiamine, Vitamin E, Vitamin D3, Niacin, Zinc Oxide, L-Glutamic, Cinnamon Bark, Alpha Lipoic Acid, L-Arginine (90%), L-Taurine, Resveratrol, Pine Bark, L-Citrulline, Pomegranate, Vegetable Capsule, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide. 

L-Arginine 
L-Arginine is an amino acid present in human proteins. It is the body's main source of nutrients for producing nitric oxide, which helps improve blood flow in the arteries and effectively prevent coronary heart diseases. It is also known to improve immune function and facilitate wound healing. 

L-Citrulline 
L-Citrulline is an amino acid that is critical in the production of nitric oxide. It acts as a catalyst when combined with L-Arginine, and extends the body's production of nitric oxide up to 24 hours long. It also helps promote healthy vasodilation and blood circulation which contributes to a healthy blood pressure. 

L-Taurine 
L-Taurine is an amino acid that helps to move key nutrients such as potassium, magnesium and calcium in and out of our heart's cells to improve its functioning. It also increases the secretion of nitric oxide, improves blood flow and facilitates the delivery of oxygen to the muscles. 

Pine Bark 
Pine Bark extract contains potent antioxidants and compounds that help dilate blood vessels. It also provides strong vascular and capillary supports that are essential for nutrient delivery.

Resveratrol 
Resveratrol is a unique polyphenol that exists in red wine and some plants. It has been shown to support healthy cardiovascular function and in anti-aging. Resveratrol helps reduce LDL (bad cholesterol) and makes it harder for platelets to stick together. This prevents blood clots from forming and leading to heart diseases. 

Cinnamon Bark 
Cinnamon Bark has been used traditionally as a culinary spice and to promote better digestion. Numerous studies show that cinnamon also helps regulate blood sugar and reduce LDL cholesterol levels.

FAQ

How soon will I see an improvement in my heart health & what are some of the early results I can expect?
During the first 1-2 months, you should be able to notice symptoms caused by insufficient blood supply (e.g. headaches, dizziness, heart palpitation, fatigue) being relieved. In addition, you may also notice improvements in your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Clinical studies have reported significant improvements in blood vessels functions with long-term consumption of 6 months and longer. However, do note that results may vary for each individuals.

Will the long term consumption of StrongHeart™ result in any side effects?
No known side effect has been observed. All ingredients in StrongHeart™ are tested and approved to ensure safety, purity and efficacy. It is therefore safe for long term consumption with the recommended dosage.

Can I take StrongHeart™ with my prescribed medicine or blood thinners?
StrongHeart™ is a supplement formulated to supply important nutrients for heart health that may not be easily obtainable in sufficient amounts through diet. However, we would recommend you to consult your health care specialist concerning drug interactions if you are taking any medication.

Clinical Studies

  1. Effect of L-arginine or L-citrulline oral supplementation on blood pressure and right ventricular function in heart failure patients with preserved ejection fraction.

    Juan José Orozco-Gutiérrez1, Lilia Castillo-Martínez1, 2, Arturo Orea-Tejeda1, 2, Oscar Vázquez-Díaz1, Adrián Valdespino-Trejo1,  René Narváez-David2, Candace Keirns-Davis3, Olín Carrasco-Ortiz1, Adolfo Navarro-Navarro1, Rocío Sánchez-Santillán1.Cardiol J 2010; 17, 6: 612–618)

  2. Effects of oral L-arginine supplementation on exercise-induced QT dispersion and exercise tolerance in stable angina pectoris

    Bronislaw Bednarz, Robert Wolk, Tomasz Chamiec, Krystyna Herbaczynska-Cedro, Dariusz Winek, Leszek Ceremuzynski. International Journal of Cardiology 75 (2000) 205 –210

  3. Long-term L-Arginine Supplementation Improves Small-Vessel Coronary Endothelial Function in Humans

    Amir Lerman, John C. Burnett, Jr, Stuart T. Higano, Linda J. McKinley and David R. Holmes, Jr; Circulation. 1998;97:2123-2128

  4. L-Arginine Improves Post-Ischemic Vasodilation in Coronary Heart Disease Patients Taking Vasodilating Drugs

    Arcangelo lannuzzi, Gabriella Jannuzzo, Cecilia Sapio, Paolo Pauciullo, Domenico Jorio, Nicola Spampinato, Mario Mancini, and Paolo Rubba, MD; J Cardiovasc Pharmacol Therapeut 6 (2): 121-127, 2001

  5. Oral administration of L-arginine in patients with angina or following myocardial infarction may be protective by increasing plasma superoxide dismutase and total thiols with reduction in serum cholesterol and xanthine oxidase

    Pratima Tripathi, M. Chandra and M.K. Misra, Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity 2:4, 231-237.

  6. Resveratrol Improves Vascular Function in Patients With Hypertension and Dyslipidemia by Modulating NO Metabolism

    Albino Carrizzo, Annibale Puca, Antonio Damato, Marina Marino, Elio Franco, Franco Pompeo, Anna Traficante, Fabio Civitillo, Luigi Santini, Valentina Trimarco, Carmine Vecchione Hypertension. 2013; 62:359-366.

  7. One-Year Consumption of a Grape Nutraceutical Containing Resveratrol Improves the Inflammatory and Fibrinolytic Status of Patients in Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

    Tomé-Carneiro J, Gonzálvez M, Larrosa M, Yáñez-Gascón MJ, García-Almagro FJ, Ruiz-Ros JA, García-Conesa MT, Espín JC, Tomás-Barberán FA, The American Journal of Cardiology, 2012 Aug 1;110 (3): 356-63

  8. Short-term effects of L-citrulline supplementation on arterial stiffness in middle-aged men

    Masayuki Ochiai , Toshio Hayashi, Masahiko Morita, Koichiro In, Morihiko Maeda , Fumiko Watanabe , Koji Morishita; International Journal of Cardiology 155 (2012) 257–261

  9. Improvement of ventricular function in systolic heart failure patients with oral L-citrulline supplementation

    Karla Balderas-Munoz, Lilia Castillo-Martinez, Arturo Orea-Tejeda, Oscar Infante-Vazquez, Marcelo Utrera-Lagunas, Raul Martinez-Memije, Candace Keirns-Davis, Bryan Becerra-Luna, Gabriela Sanchez-Vidal; Cardiol J 2012; 19, 6: 612–617

  10. Effects of Pomegranate Juice Consumption on Myocardial Perfusion in Patients With Coronary Heart Disease

    Michael D. Sumner, Melanie Elliott-Eller, RN, MSN, Gerdi Weidner, Jennifer J. Daubenmier, Mailine H. Chew, Ruth Marlin, Caren J. Raisin, RN, and Dean Ornish, Am J Cardiol 2005;96: 810–814

  11. Pycnogenol®, French Maritime Pine Bark Extract, Augments Endothelium-Dependent Vasodilation in Humans

    Kenji Nishioka, Takayuki Hidaka, Shuji Nakamura, Takashi Umemumura, Daisuke Jitsuiki, Junko Soga, Chikara Goto, Kazuaki Chayama, Masao Yoshizumi, and Yukihito Higashi; Hypertens Res 2007;30: 775–780

  12. Effects of Treatment With the Antioxidant a-Lipoic Acid on Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy in NIDDM Patients

    Dan Ziegler, MD; Helmut Schatz, MD; Frank Conrad; F. Arnold Gries, MD; Heinz Ulrich, MD; The Dekan Study Group; Gerhard Reichel, MD; Diabetes Care, Volume 20, No 3, Mar 1997

  13. Therapeutic Effect of Taurine in Congestive Heart Failure: A Double-Blind Crossover Trial

    J Azuma, A Sawamura, N Awata, H Ohta, T Hamaguchi, H Harada, K Takihara,H Hasegawa, T Yamagami, T Ishiyama; Clin. Cardiol. 8, 276-282 (1985)

  14. Usefulness of taurine in chronic congestive heart failure and its prospective application.

    Azuma JSawamura AAwata N;Japanese Circulation Journal [1992, 56 (1):95-99].

  15. Fifteen Year Mortality in Coronary Drug Project Patients: Long-Term Benefit With Niacin

    Canner PL, Berge KG, Wenger NK, Stamler J, Friedman L, Prineas RJ, Friedewald W.; J Am Coli CardioI1986; 8:1245-55

  16. Simvastatin and Niacin, Antioxidant Vitamins, or the Combination for the Prevention of Coronary Disease

    Brown BG, Zhao XQ, Chait A, Fisher LD, Cheung MC, Morse JS, Dowdy AA, Marino EK, Bolson EL, Alaupovic P, Frohlich J, Albers JJ..N Engl J Med 2001; 345:1583-1592

  17. Benefits of Niacin in Patients With Versus Without the Metabolic Syndrome and Healed Myocardial Infarction (from the Coronary Drug Project)

    Paul L. Canner, Curt D. Furberg, and Mark E. McGovern, MD ; Am J Cardiol 2006;97:477– 479

  18. Serum Zinc Level and Coronary Heart Disease Events in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

    Soinio M, Marniemi J, Laakso M, Pyörälä K, Lehto S, Rönnemaa T. Diabetes Care. 2007 Mar; 30 (3): 523-528.

  19. Randomised controlled trial of vitamin E in patients with coronary disease: Cambridge Heart Antioxidant Study (CHAOS).

    Nigel G Stephens, Ann Parsons, Peter M Schofield, Frank Kelly, Kevin Cheeseman, Malcolm J Mitchinson, Morris J Brown;Lancet 1996; 347: 781-86

  20. Vitamin E and Coronary Heart Disease in Tunisians

    Moncef Feki, Malek Souissi, Elyes Mokhtar, Mohamed Hsairi, Naziha Kaabachi, Helena Antebi, Louis Ge´rald Alcindor, Rachid Mechmeche, and Abderraouf Mebazaa; Clinical Chemistry 46:9 1401–1405 (2000)

  21. Vitamin E consumption and the risk of coronary heart disease in men.

    Rimm EB
    Stampfer MJAscherio AGiovannucci EColditz GAWillett WC.N Engl J Med. 1993 May 20; 328 (20):1450-6.

  22. The Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on Physical Function and Quality of Life in Older Patients With Heart Failure A Randomized Controlled Trial

    Witham, Crighton LJ, Gillespie ND, Struthers AD, McMurdo ME.; Circ Heart Fail. 2010;3:195-201;