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The human gut is known to harbor trillions of microbes (beneficial bacteria) that coexist in synergistic balance forming a unique and dynamic pattern personalized to each individual, called as the gut-biome or microbiome.


The diet, gut microbiome interactions can lead to hundreds of metabolites (produced from gut-bacteria) that help modulate cholesterol metabolism and inflammation and can significantly influence heart health.


Western diets and stressful lifestyle negatively alter the balance of gut-biome (Dysbiosis), a clinically established factor for high cholesterol, atherosclerosis, acute coronary syndromes and heart failure, through the “gut-heart axis”.


Cardiosyn , uniquely nourishes the beneficial bacteria, restores the balance of gut-biome, and reduces the chronic inflammation; and helps manage cholesterol potentially lowering the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases..

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