New peer-reviewed research in Frontiers in Neurology reveals the rest of the story about why Endocalyx Pro is so important for your brain health.
Here’s a summary for our customers:
When the microvascular system is healthy and a person is in a resting state, some capillaries are without blood flow and go into reserve. That means that a low level of blood flow moves at a normal rate through only engaged capillaries. Notice in the illustration “Healthy Capillaries: Resting” that the feed flow equals 100, with the two engaged capillaries each at 50.
In the illustration “Healthy Capillaries: Active” the feed flow equals 150, with the three engaged capillaries each at 50.
Key takeaway: The increased number of perfused capillaries when blood flow levels are elevated upon increased metabolic demand is vital so that a sufficient amount of nutrients can be delivered to active tissue cells of organs, and waste removed. Here’s a summary for our customers:
Why Unhealthy Capillaries Can’t Provide this Vital Exchange
Unhealthy microvascular systems, whether a person is resting or active, have no reserve capillaries. When blood flow increases with activity, blood is pushed through a small number of available capillaries at a faster speed. Notice in the illustration “Unhealthy Capillaries: Resting, Stage 1” the feed flow equals 100.
The glycocalyx is damaged and the reserve capillary isn’t available. In “Unhealthy Capillaries: Active, Stage 1” when the blood flow increases to 150, the two engaged capillaries now have blood flow at 75 each, faster than when healthy and normal.