InHealth Media to Market Cardiamin Heart Supplement

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InHealth Media, a leading sports and nutrition media marketing firm, has announced its partnership with Corceuticals for the marketing of its supplement, Cardiamin.

InHealth Media, a leading sports and nutrition media marketing firm, has announced its partnership with Corceuticals for the marketing of its supplement, Cardiamin.

The supplement, which is the first daily multivitamin developed by medical professionals that can support nutritional health for people with all forms of cardiovascular disease,has been formulated based on the latest scientific evidence and guidelines from leading heart organizations. InHealth Media will provide marketing and promotional services for the product.

“Cardiamin is a supplement that has the potential to help millions of people around the world who are suffering with heart-related issues live healthier, better lives,” said Mitch Gould, CEO of InHealth Media. “We are proud to provide media and marketing services for this outstanding product.”

Cardiamin’s formula follows published guidelines from the American Heart Association and the Heart Failure Society of America providing the nutrients individuals need while excluding those that may be harmful. The supplement benefits individuals suffering from heart disease, heart failure and high cholesterol, as well as people with a family history of heart disease and stroke.

The daily multivitamin also contains 2 gams of Fish Oil and 1,000 IU of Vitamin D. It does not, however, contain vitamin K, potassium or high levels of vitamin E, which can sometimes counteract the effects of common heart care medications.

Corceuticals, a division of Nephroceuticals, is made up of leading experts in cardiology, who work together to develop optimal nutritional support based on the latest clinical innovations. They have established important educational partnrships with the National Kidney Foundation and the American Associationof Heart Failure Nurses to raise nutritional awareness. Its work also involves addressing the problem of micronutrient deficiency for patients with cardiovascular issues. For more information, visit http://www.cardiamin.com.

InHealth Media is a sports media marketing firm that provides comprehensive and strategic media services to athletes, sporting goods companies, sports media firms and organizations that manufacture sports nutrition, nutraceutical, functional foods, functional beverage and personal care brands. To learn more, visit http://www.inhealthmedia.com.

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