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Arterosil® - the only glycocalyx regenerating product patented to stabilize and regress vulnerable plaque*
About the Endothelial Glycocalyx
"The Protective Non-Stick Lining of Your Arteries"
Structure of endothelial glycocalyx and its activation of vascular muscle relaxation via nitric oxide (NO) in response to increased shear force3,6
The endothelial glycocalyx is a microscopically thin gel-like layer that coats the entire luminal side of the vascular endothelium. It is the key to endothelial health because it prevents cholesterol and other particles from adhering to or penetrating the endothelial wall.
Its functions in vascular and micro-vascular health include:
Glycocalyx Damage and Associated Pathologies
The endothelial glycocalyx is a delicate structure and can be damaged under many conditions. The primary contributors to breakdown of the endothelial glycocalyx are high blood glucose, oxidative stress and inflammation. Pathologies associated with impaired endothelial glycocalyx include:
U.S. Patent No. 11,135,238. International Patents Pending.
Arterosil contains MonitumRS™ – a proprietary extract of rhamnan sulfate, a specialized sulfated polysaccharide derived from the rare green seaweed, Monostroma nitidum. Rhamnan sulfate is a powerful glycocalyx regenerating compound and has been reported to possess many cardiovascular health benefits13.
The rhamnan sulfate found in Arterosil has a similar chemical structure to heparan sulfate found abundantly in human endothelial glycocalyx, and may exert its biological activities by regenerating endothelial glycocalyx.
Manufactured in the USA, Arterosil is available through licensed health care practitioners.
Arterosil Research Studies
Numerous cellular, animal and human studies have been conducted on Arterosil, including the following:
MRI Carotid Plaque Regression Study
Hospital in Beijing — Human Pilot
Finding: Study in early phase – licensed health care practitioners may view initial data here
Glycocalyx Mediated Endothelial Function as Measured by EndoPat
Medicus CRO — Human Study
Finding: Arterosil demonstrated measurable improvement in endothelial function
Endothelial Function as Measured by Arterial Elasticity
Baylor Heart Institute Campus – Human Study
Finding: Arterosil improved endothelial function – arterial elasticity increased by an average of 89.6%
Glycocalyx Regeneration Study
Chinese Academy of Sciences — Cellular Study
Finding: Arterosil repairs and regenerates glucose damaged endothelial glycocalyx
Leukocyte Adhesion Study
Maastricht University — Animal Study
Finding: Arterosil prevents the increase of leukocyte adhesion and inhibits endothelium-mediated inflammation