Our Formula

With HeartBeets, we’ve done everything we can to make the best supplement for blood pressure, circulation, and overall cardiovasular health possible.

Whereas most blood pressure and circulation supplements contain two or three under-dosed ingredients, we've included 13 high-dosed ingredients, each one supported by scientific studies. 

HeartBeets is Backed by Science and Thousands of Satisfied Customers

Natural ingredients have, in some cases, been shown to be as effective as prescription medication at treating hypertension and circulation issues, and our fast-growing customer base is a testament to the effectiveness of our unique formula. 

Extensively researched, the HeartBeets formula targets blood pressure and circulation in a number of ways, while building cardiovascular health to reduce the risk of disease.

HeartBeets works by relaxing and dilating blood vessels, increasing nitric oxide levels, fighting inflammation and oxidative stress, and supporting the healthy function of the cardiovascular system as a whole. 

HeartBeets Health Benefits

  • Lowers systolic and diastolic blood pressure
  • Improves circulation 
  • Boosts blood vessel health
  • Protects veins and arteries from damage
  • Reduces arterial stiffness
  • Supports endothelial function
  • Regulates blood pressure
  • Increases blood flow
  • Strengthens your heart 
  • Increases nitric oxide production 
  • Lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD)
  • Provides anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects
  • Reduces symptoms of poor circulation
  • No Side Effects

    HeartBeets Ingredients

    • Vitamin C (250mg): Supports blood vessel health and function. 
    • Magnesium (200mg): Regulates blood pressure and reduces arterial stiffness.
    • B6 (1.3mg): Lowers homocysteine levels, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease
    • B2 (1.1mg): Works with B6 to reduce cardiovascular risks.
    • Folate (2,500mcg): Relaxes blood vessels and reduces blood pressure.
    • Beetroot Extract 4:1 (500mg): Promotes vasodilation by increasing nitric oxide levels. 
    • Garlic Powder 4:1 (150mg): Relaxes blood vessels and reduces blood pressure. 
    • Olive Leaf (500mg): Improves circulation by relaxing blood vessels. 
    • Green Tea (250mg): Lowers blood pressure and reduces cholesterol.
    • Q10 (30mg): Provides essential energy for the heart. 
    • Hibiscus: Reduces oxidative stress on blood vessels.
    • Hawthorn: Dilates blood vessels, improving blood flow.
    • Ginger Extract: Improves vasodilation and relaxes blood vessels.  


    Why We Included Vitamin C (250mg)

    Vitamin C plays a crucial role in supporting normal blood pressure and preventing hypertension through several mechanisms.

    Firstly, it promotes the production and activation of nitric oxide, a molecule that helps relax blood vessels, thereby lowering blood pressure [1].

    Additionally, vitamin C acts as an antioxidant, protecting the body from free radicals that can damage blood vessels and contribute to hypertension.

    Furthermore, it supports the health of the endothelium, the layer of cells lining the blood vessels, which is essential for maintaining healthy blood pressure levels. 

    Why Did We Choose 250mg of Vitamin C?

    Although the recommended daily dose is much lower than 250mg, recent studies show that higher doses are more effective [2]. 

    Why We Included Magnesium Glycinate (200mg)

    Magnesium glycinate is beneficial for combating hypertension and supporting cardiovascular function due to its role in regulating blood pressure, supporting vascular health, possessing anti-inflammatory properties, and improving insulin sensitivity.

    What's more, magnesium supplementation is effective against arterial stiffness

    Why Did We Choose 200mg of Magnesium? 

    Studies have found that 300mg of regular magnesium is enough to lower blood pressure [3] and 350mg can dramatically reduce arterial stiffness [4]. Since we've included a more effective form of magnesium, magnesium glycinate, we concluded 200mg was enough. 

      Why We Included Vitamin B6 (1.3mg)

      Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, offers several benefits to cardiovascular function, heart health, and blood pressure. It plays a crucial role in regulating homocysteine levels, a compound linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease when present in elevated amounts.

      Additionally, vitamin B6 supports the production of neurotransmitters like serotonin, which can help regulate stress levels, a factor that can impact blood pressure.

      Furthermore, vitamin B6 contributes to the production of red blood cells and aids in the metabolism of proteins, both of which are essential for overall cardiovascular health.

        Why Did We Choose 1.3mg of B6? 

        The recommended daily intake of B6 is 1.3mg for people under 50 and between 1.5mg and 1.7mg for people over 50. Since we want everyone to benefit from HeartBeets, we decided to opt for the lower dose for now.

        Research into the exact optimum dose of B6 for cardiovascular and blood pressure benefits is ongoing and we'll update our dose if the research comes up with a better, more evidenced-based recommended dosage. 

        Why We Included Vitamin B2 (1.1mg)

        Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, offers several benefits to cardiovascular function, heart health, and blood pressure regulation.

        As a key player in energy production through its involvement in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins, riboflavin supports the efficient functioning of the cardiovascular system.

        Additionally, it acts as an antioxidant, helping to neutralize harmful free radicals that can contribute to oxidative stress and damage to the blood vessels, thereby promoting heart health.

        Moreover, riboflavin is involved in the activation of other B vitamins, such as folate and vitamin B6, which are crucial for maintaining healthy homocysteine levels, a factor linked to cardiovascular disease, and for regulating blood pressure.

        Why Did We Choose 1.1mg of B2?

        The recommended daily intake of vitamin B2 is between 1.1mg and 1.3mg [5]. There is no conclusive evidence regarding the best dose for blood pressure regulation and cardiovascular function as yet. 

        Why We Included Folate (2,500mcg)

        Folate, a B vitamin, plays a crucial role in cardiovascular function, maintaining normal blood pressure levels, and preventing cardiovascular disease. 

        In particular, folate supports the synthesis of nitric oxide, a molecule that helps relax blood vessels and consequently promotes healthy blood pressure.

        A meta-analysis done in 2023 of 22 clinical trials into the effects of folate supplementation on blood pressure found it had a significant effect on both diastolic and systolic blood pressure readings [6]. 

        It also contributes to the metabolism of homocysteine, an amino acid whose elevated levels are associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Adequate folate levels aid in converting homocysteine into methionine, thus helping to prevent the accumulation of homocysteine.

        Moreover, folate is involved in the production of red blood cells, which are essential for maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. 

        Why Did We Choose 2,500mcg of folate?

        Studies indicate high doses of folate supplementation - over 1000mcg - are more effective at reducing the risk of hypertension [7]. We went even further, ensuring HeartBeets has one of the highest doses of folate of any blood pressure supplement on the market. 

          Why We Included Beetroot Extract (500mg 4:1) 

          Beetroot, owing to its high nitrate content, has been linked to several potential benefits for blood pressure regulation and cardiovascular health.

          When consumed, the nitrates in beetroot are converted into nitric oxide in the body, which is known to help dilate and relax blood vessels, subsequently leading to lower blood pressure.

          Multiple studies have indicated that regular consumption of beetroot juice or supplementation with beetroot extract may lead to a significant reduction in systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

          Furthermore, the antioxidant compounds present in beetroot, such as betalains and phenolic acids, contribute to its potential cardiovascular benefits by combating oxidative stress and inflammation, both of which are implicated in the development of cardiovascular diseases. 

          Why Did We Use 500mg of 4:1 Beetroot Extract? 

          Most sources agree that 500mg of beetroot powder per day is both safe and effective. We've enhanced its effectiveness by using an extract that takes the best parts of beetroot and concentrates them. 

          Why We Included Garlic Powder (150mg 4:1) 

          Garlic powder extract offers several benefits for blood pressure regulation.

          Studies have suggested that garlic and its extracts contain various bioactive compounds, particularly allicin, which is thought to have a positive impact on blood pressure.

          Allicin is known for its vasodilatory effects, meaning it can help widen blood vessels, thus potentially leading to lowered blood pressure.

          Additionally, garlic powder extract has been linked to improvements in endothelial function and potential anti-inflammatory effects, both of which are relevant to cardiovascular health and blood pressure regulation.

          An analysis of garlic's effect on blood pressure conducted in 2020 concluded that garlic can reduce both diastolic and systolic blood pressure. The effect of garlic on blood pressure equates to a 16-40% reduction in the risk of a serious cardiovascular event occurring [9]. 

          Why Did We Choose 150mg of 4:1 garlic extract? 

          Studies have shown that 600mg of garlic powder has anti-hypertensive effects [8]. Our extract uses a 4:1 ratio, meaning that it is equivalent to 600mg. 

            Why We Included Olive Leaf (500mg) 

            Olive leaf extract is believed to offer several benefits for blood pressure regulation and reducing hypertension. The active compounds in olive leaves, such as oleuropein and hydroxytyrosol, have been associated with vasodilation, potentially leading to lowered blood pressure.

            Additionally, these compounds have demonstrated antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which are relevant to cardiovascular health and hypertension.

            Studies have suggested that olive leaf extract may help improve endothelial function, reduce arterial stiffness, and modulate various mechanisms involved in blood pressure regulation.

            Why Did We Choose 500mg of Olive Leaf?

            We followed the science. A 2011 study found 500mg of olive leaf can significantly reduce blood pressure in just 8 weeks [10]. 

              Why We Included Green Tea (250mg) 

              Green tea extract is associated with several benefits for reducing blood pressure, supporting cardiovascular health, and lowering cholesterol levels.

              The catechins and other bioactive compounds in green tea, particularly epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), have shown potential in improving endothelial function, reducing oxidative stress, and exerting anti-inflammatory effects, all of which are relevant to cardiovascular health and blood pressure regulation.

              The antioxidant properties of green tea extract may also help protect the heart and blood vessels from damage, potentially lowering the risk of cardiovascular diseases and contributing to overall heart health.

              In addition, green tea has also been linked to modest reductions in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure [11]. One of the key reasons we included it in HeartBeets. 

              Furthermore, green tea has been demonstrated to have a positive effect on cholesterol levels by lowering total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol levels, which are known risk factors for cardiovascular disease.

              Why Did We Use 250mg of Green Tea? 

              A dose of 200mg has been shown to provide the best effect on blood pressure, but since green tea offers so much more in the way of cardiovascular health, we've added a little extra. 

              Why We Included Q10 (30mg) 

              Coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10, has been associated with several benefits for reducing blood pressure and supporting cardiovascular health.

              CoQ10 plays a crucial role in cellular energy production and has antioxidant properties, making it essential for the proper functioning of the heart and blood vessels.

              Studies have suggested that CoQ10 supplementation may help lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure, particularly in individuals with hypertension, by improving endothelial function and reducing oxidative stress.

              Additionally, CoQ10 has been linked to improvements in heart health, including the maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels and the reduction of inflammation, both of which are important for cardiovascular well-being.

              Why We Use 30mg of Q10

              Studies suggest 30mg of Q10 is plenty and will supply all the associated benefits of this unique coenzyme. 

              Why We Included Hawthorn 

              The bioactive compounds in hawthorn, such as flavonoids and oligomeric procyanidins, have been associated with vasodilatory effects, which can help relax and widen blood vessels, potentially leading to lowered blood pressure.

              Hawthorn has also been linked to improved blood flow and enhanced cardiac performance, which can contribute to overall cardiovascular health.

              Studies have suggested that hawthorn supplementation may help lower blood pressure when used for at least 12 consecutive weeks, particularly in individuals with mild to moderate hypertension, while also supporting the health and function of blood vessels [12].

                Why We Included Ginger Extract 

                The bioactive compounds in ginger, such as gingerol and shogaol, have been associated with vasodilatory effects, which can help relax and widen blood vessels, potentially contributing to the regulation of blood pressure.

                Additionally, ginger has demonstrated anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which are relevant to cardiovascular health and the maintenance of healthy blood vessels.

                Studies have suggested that ginger supplementation may help lower blood pressure and improve blood circulation, while also positively impacting lipid profiles by reducing total cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

                  Why We Included Hibiscus 

                  The bioactive compounds in hibiscus, including anthocyanins and flavonoids, have been associated with properties that may help lower blood pressure by acting as natural ACE inhibitors and promoting diuresis.

                  Additionally, hibiscus has demonstrated antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, meaning it can lower the risk of CVD and support the maintenance of healthy blood vessels.

                  Recent studies have suggested that regular consumption of hibiscus can lead to  reductions in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure [13].

                  Furthermore, hibiscus has been associated with improvements in lipid profiles, potentially contributing to overall heart health.

                  Now that you know how it works...

                  Please note, we try to be as upfront and as up-to-date as possible with the science of properly run studies and clinical trials. However, the FDA has not evaluated these claims and the information found above is for educational purposes only. The claims made on this page are not supposed to be construed as medical advice and you should always speak to your physician before taking HeartBeets. 


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