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Arterosil vs Endocalyx Pro

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#1 JohnGioLuca

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Posted 22 March 2023 - 05:38 PM


Does anyone know the main difference between the two? I contacted a few websites who say the Endocalyx is the newer updated version of Arterosil but that may be for their profit benefits. If you look at the ingredients in each, it appears that the original patented formula in Arterosil was
Rhamnan sulfate derived from the green seaweed Monostroma nitidum. In Endocalyx it appears the main compound is “ The type of brown seaweed used in Endocalyx is Laminaria Japonica. An extract is produced which is certified to have
a minimum extract rate of 85% of the compound fucoidan sulfate. ”

Does anyone know what the better formula is if your goal is overall cardiovascular health? Thank you.
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#2 frederickson

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Posted 25 March 2023 - 12:57 PM

good question. i personally prefer arterosil, which is the original product in the category, has more research on the finished product, and has a far stronger scientific team supporting their formulations and research.



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#3 JohnGioLuca

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Posted 25 March 2023 - 04:10 PM

good question. i personally prefer arterosil, which is the original product in the category, has more research on the finished product, and has a far stronger scientific team supporting their formulations and research.


Excellent thanks! Have you found another supplement or way to just use the extract that does all the heavy lifting in that formula as the proprietary blend of everything else doesn’t seem very important?

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Posted 02 April 2023 - 08:13 PM

The main ingredient,fucoidan sulfate, seems to be the one that does " the heavy lifting", and which is readily available. A quick search on Pubmed suggests that is the one with some research backing it.

Adding glucosamine sulfate, would also help. This way it would probably work out cheaper than buying this product.


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