The makers of Genius Heart and Cardiovascular have created a product which they say is all about preventing the onset of high blood pressure, heart disease, and high cholesterol. At a time when we are seeing a rise in heart disease, a product which claims to reduce your risk of developing problems and protects your heart health would be welcome. It boasts ingredients such a Vitamin B5, Vitamin K2, and CoQ10 which may support your cardiovascular system, help reduce your cholesterol, promote clearer thinking, and protect your joints. This may be OK as a preventative measure, but you certainly shouldn’t be looking at this product as a cure for genuine medical problems.
The Diet Pills Watchdog investigates the claims from Genius Heart and Cardiovascular to examine if there is any mileage in the marketing, and whether it can actually hold any benefit for heart, cholesterol, and hypertension issues.
This product boasts a range of benefits, from clearing your brain fog and boosting mental energy, to lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. It also claims to support joints and be effective in the treatment of spider and varicose veins.
There is some science to support the use of these ingredients in the conditions listed above, but they are far from proven in human trials.
Whilst you can purchase a pack as a one-off, you can only do this through the website by signing up, which is where they try to convince you to subscribe to a monthly or annual plan. They are available to purchase individually on Amazon, however.
Genius claim to be against the smoke and mirrors of the supplement industry and be science led. However, as the FDA does not regulate the supplement industry, they readily admit that users must trust them. With an alleged 30-day guarantee on products, they encourage you to make your own mind up.
The possible side effects are many, although they are not mentioned anywhere on the label or website. Whilst most of the ingredients will be taken without any incident, there is a risk that users will experience a myriad of side effects.
Several of the ingredients are known to cause stomach upset, nausea, vomiting, and headache, which may be why it is recommended to take this product with food. It is known to interact poorly with various medications and is unsuitable for anyone with a pre-existing condition, although many reviewers report already experiencing problems by the time they find this product.
You can by either buy one time for $44.99 for a bottle of 60 capsules, or set up a monthly or annual subscription from the website.
Although one pack should last a month it is certainly not a cheap option. Once signed up to the website there are a number of multi-deals and subscription plans.
As they require a 30-day cancellation for either subscription, do allow yourself enough time to cancel or you may find a whole year’s worth of monies being taken from your account.
Genius Heart and Cardiovascular claims to benefit cholesterol, blood pressure, and heart health, as well as offer a variety of ancillary benefits, such as joint protection and enhance mental performance, and clear the fogginess that can be brought on by a sluggish cardiovascular system.
It is manufactured in the USA by Genius, who say they are different from other supplement companies because they are transparent about the ingredients. They claim to avoid all artificial ingredients and thoroughly test the products in clinical trials.
This product provides 60 vegetarian-friendly capsules which should last around 30 days, but it is not a cheap option.
From reducing issues of hypertension that bring on high blood pressure, to lowering cholesterol and supporting cardiovascular performance, it claims to do a lot. Whilst it does not explicitly condone people with pre-existing conditions taking this product, it is likely that people who have some medical history will be drawn to this supplement.
It also boasts that it can improve mental energy and clarity, whilst protecting joints and improving the appearance of varicose veins. It pedals itself as an all-round support supplement for people looking to avoid health problems, but also suitable for those generally wanting to boost cardiovascular endurance and cognitive performance.
A product with such a long list of claims draws attention and some health concern. It is possible users may not see much difference if they have been drawn to this supplement due to existing issues. Instead, any benefit may come from long-term use in guarding against heart and cardiovascular problems in the future.
However, some cynicism remains due to the fact that a generally healthy population will not be deficient in the vitamins and enzymes that Genius contains.
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Whilst Genius do not mention any side effects, the ingredients have been known to cause the following:
Not for use by those with pre-existing medical conditions or taking any medications. Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing or contemplating pregnancy. Consult your physician before using this product if you are taking any medications or are under a physician for a medical condition. Discontinue use 2 weeks prior to surgery. Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed dose.
There are many reviews on Amazon but as one reviewer noted, they are all between January 2018 and March 2018, so quite close together and overwhelmingly positive which may be concerning. Of those that have provided positive reviews, it says they have noticed a change in their blood pressure and mental energy levels. Most were under a physician for an existing condition.
The critical reviews mainly say no change was experienced as a result of taking Genius Health and Cardiovascular, and one reviewer commented that they experienced stomach upset as a result of taking it. Another reviewer stated that the product only seemed to be half full and questioned whether it would last a month, as it states.
If you are not satisfied with the product you can return it within 30 days for an exchange or refund. However, on the Privacy + Terms page, it states that payments are non-refundable, suggesting that Genius does not actually offer a money-back guarantee.
If you are signed up to a subscription you will have to give 30 days net notice to cancel. They will automatically collect monies on all monthly and annual plans, so it could be expensive if you forget to cancel.
You can by either buy one time for $44.99, or set up a monthly or annual subscription from the website. Genius also sell through third-party retailers such as Amazon.
This product claims to do so much that we are concerned that it may not do a lot. There is compelling evidence for a few of the ingredients, which are at least present to support the heart and cardiovascular function in the main. Although they are hidden by scientific names, rather than their household equivalent which is mainly just a range of vitamins when it comes down to it.
We suspect it is a product that needs to be taken over the long term to see much benefit, and this is mainly from the anti-oxidant and vitamins it contains, which may as easily be obtained through a balanced and healthy diet.
However, for those predisposed to high blood pressure, heart problems, or high cholesterol, it could be a case of prevention before cure. By the time the problem exists you should be under the care of a physician and avoid this product, as it can interact poorly with medication.
Overall, we do not recommend Genius Heart and Cardiovascular to our readers.
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