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Dietary Supplement Quality

Posted by admin On August - 19 - 2012

Dietary supplements are important, we all know this. More than half of American adults use a dietary supplement daily. Dietary supplements are essential to keep us in good health when our diet is lacking in our “have it now” society. This is what we’re told, but what is the truth behind the dietary supplement industry?

For the last four years one in two, that’s 50%, of inspections done by the FDA have shown major manufacturing practice violations for supplements. That means one day you could be using a safe, well- made dietary supplement, but the next day you could literally be taking a supplement that wouldn’t pass manufacturing regulations. This is the highest rate of non-compliance regulated by the FDA. There have also been more than 84 illegal products found in 2012 that contain dangerous ingredients, such as steroids, stimulants, and hormones.  All of these products could easily be obtained online and in retail stores.

Synergy has NSF Certification; this is a true indicator of quality and compliance. This certification was earned in 2010, which demonstrates the company’s commitment to the quality of their products. Don’t you feel better about recommending this supplement to your family and friends?

This saved my daughters finger nails from falling off!

Posted by admin On May - 26 - 2012


My daughter Antoinette, only seven years old, has Juvenile Rheumatoid
Arthritis (JRA). Her fingernails were falling off as result and it was very painful for her. We immediately started her on a regimen of one scoop a day of Nutri-Mor. It saved her fingernails and eliminated her pain within 3 days!

This product has done so many things for our family and many others. And now here’s another one. Thanks to the moringa plant.

Now we all take Nutri-Mor every day.

Phil Hickman Testimonial

Posted by admin On February - 7 - 2012

“My name is Phil Hickman and I Care to Share.

At the age of 58 I was faced with two significant events that greatly impacted my cardiovascular health. Grateful to be alive, my doctors warned me that I would never run, swim or play basketball ever again – my heart “could not support the physical exertion,” they said.

Over the course of the next 8 years, I slowly put their warning to the test. My love for physical activity and the need to improve my cardiovascular health was now a huge priority. I had tried multiple supplements, hoping to find a natural support for my heart as I began exercising. Regardless of the many supplements I tried, I never seemed to notice any real difference.

As the years progressed, I slowly incorporated running, biking, and swimming into my workouts – but only on an individual basis, never trying to do more than one activity in a single day or week – at least until I was introduced to ProArgi-9+.

Three months ago Lorin Leavitt told me about ProArgi-9+. Thinking I had nothing to lose, I immediately tried the product.

Last year I was able to complete a 32.5 mile bike ride, which was a huge accomplishment. However, my goal for this year was to hit 40 miles. The first day I took ProArgi-9+ was amazing! I felt so good that I thought I’d try a mini sprint triathlon. That day I completed a 500 meter swim, 3 mile run, and 15 mile bike ride. I was amazed at how good I felt!

In fact, two days later, I decided to try another bike ride – this time instead of riding 32.5 – I completed the 40 miles! Two days following my bike ride I completed a second mini sprint triathlon, swimming 1000 meters, running 2 miles, and biking 11 miles! I honestly couldn’t believe my energy levels and how my body recovered after these workouts.

If that wasn’t enough, three days after my second mini sprint triathlon, I decided to hop on my bike again. However, this time I didn’t ride 40 miles – instead I rode 50!

I can honestly say that ProArgi-9+ has done amazing things for my health. My heart has never felt better and I’m doing things that I, nor my doctors, would have ever thought possible eight years ago.

My new goal for 2012 has now been increased to a 60 mile bike ride! I’ll definitely keep you posted!”

- Phil Hickman, USA

Hypertension and Nutrient Supplement study (HANS)

Posted by admin On September - 5 - 2011

This is a study that is being done with Washington State University in collaboration with Dr. Rainer Boger that is comparing Pro-Argi9 to placebo in a 12 week double-blind trial. The study will compare baseline measures of Blood Pressure, CASP, ADMA and LpPlac2 (a vascular specific inflammatory marker) to repeated endpoint measures. Dr. Kathy Beerman (a nutrition professor from WSU) and Gretchen Millard (Registered Dietitian) are co-primary investigators. We have 19 hypertensive men currently enrolled and are recruiting until we reach our target of 60 participants. This is an exciting project and we are so grateful for the support we have received so far. Our first group should be finishing and tranferring to our open label extension by October. We should have more to share in the coming months.

NEW Recorded Doctor Webinars Available!

Posted by admin On May - 24 - 2011

LISTEN TO THESE WEBINARS NOW! Click here then scroll down to the bottom of the page.

These Webinars are a great tool to share with others about amazing products for heart health and the science and studies behind them. Dr. Nick Martinuik is hosting these Thursday evening webinar events and the recordings are now available on our Heart 2 Heart Symposium website. There is so much great information in these sessions that many of you have asked to have them available to share with others so here they are. Let us know what you think, please?

Excellent Video why PA9 is better than anything else

Posted by admin On April - 6 - 2011

Dan Hammer does a really tremendous job of explaining ProArgi9 Plus. There is a phone number, website and email at the end you should be aware of.

More vitamin D could help prevent lung cancer recurrence

Posted by admin On March - 10 - 2011

Researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center report in the February 15, 2011 issue of the journal Clinical Cancer Research that an enzyme elevated in lung cancer that reduces the active form of vitamin D is associated with more aggressive tumors and worse survival. The finding could aid the development of an agent to protect against the return of the disease following surgery.

Recent research suggests a preventive role for vitamin D against lung cancer as well as a benefit for the vitamin in lung cancer survival. For the current study, University of Michigan School of Medicine associate professor of internal medicine Nithya Ramnath, MD and colleagues evaluated tumor samples from 86 patients with lung adenocarcinoma to determine the level of CYP24A1, which encodes an enzyme that is overexpressed in many cancers. This enzyme breaks down calcitriol (1-alpha,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3), which has an antiproliferative effect in lung adenocarcinoma and other malignancies. The team found that CYP24A1 expression was 8 to 50 times higher in cancerous compared to healthy lung tissue. Patients with higher levels of CYP24A1, who comprised approximately one-third of the subjects, had an increased likeliness of aggressive tumors and a 42 percent chance of survival after five years compared with an 81 percent chance for those with low CYP24A1. In experiments with lung cancer cell lines, cells that expressed high levels of CYP24A1 were demonstrated to be more resistant to treatment with calcitriol compared to those with low CYP24A1.

“Half of lung cancers will recur after surgery, so it’s important to find a way to prevent or delay this recurrence,” Dr Ramnath remarked. “A natural compound like vitamin D is attractive because it has few side effects, but it’s even better if we can determine exactly who would benefit from receiving vitamin D.”

Scientists are now attempting to identify compounds that block CYP24A1, which would increase vitamin D’s anticancer potential, and could be combined with vitamin D treatment.

Angelo Cici discusses his experience taking ProArgi9 Plus and his personal story and journey on his road back to living an active full life. We thank him for his honest approach and sincere desire to help everyone he meets avoid disease and heart challenges.

Younger people having more strokes

Posted by admin On February - 14 - 2011


The Associated Press

(original article at

Los Angeles • Strokes are rising dramatically among young and middle-aged Americans while dropping in older people, a sign that the obesity epidemic may be starting to shift the age burden of the disease.

The numbers, reported Wednesday at an American Stroke Association conference, come from the first large nationwide study of stroke hospitalizations by age. Government researchers compared hospitalizations in 1994 and 1995 with ones in 2006 and 2007.

The sharpest increase — 51 percent — was among men 15 through 34. Strokes rose among women in this age group, too, but not as fast — 17 percent.

“It’s definitely alarming,” said Ralph Sacco, American Heart Association president and a neurologist at the University of Miami. “We have worried for a while that the increased prevalence of obesity in children and young adults may take its toll in cardiovascular disease and stroke,” and that appears to be happening, he said.

Stroke still takes its highest toll on older people. For those over 65, there were nearly 300 stroke cases among 10,000 hospitalizations in the more recent period studied. For males 15 to 34, there were about 15 stroke cases per 10,000, and for girls and women in that age group there were about 4 per 10,000.

Several small studies had recently suggested an ominous rise among the young and among middle-aged women.

New!!! NOW YOU CAN LISTEN to this recorded call ON THE PHONE! Simply dial the phone number
(512) 827-0080 and then input the PIN 55555# (five 5’s and a #).

This is the same call from 1-26-11 that was posted before only this version is without the introduction about the Heart Symposium. In this audio Dan Austin, the RN that administrated the heart study and a patient, Angelo Cici, explain the science and experience of the study.


You can also copy and paste either link below to email this recording:


or download to your device below: