Until now, the clinically-studied ingredient found in Lovely Legs, 95% diosmin, has only been available in Europe where it has been widely prescribed by doctors for decades. But now, Garden of Life offers hope to those who are seeking lovelier legs.
What Can Lovely Legs Do For You?
Backed by extensive human clinical research on over 15,000 women, Lovely Legs contains the original 95% diosmin formula that has demonstrated the following benefits:
- Supports the health and tone of veins and capillaries, especially in the legs
- Reduces the visible signs of varicose and spider veins
- Supports healthy blood flow and circulation, especially in the legs
- Helps reduce the occasional swelling, water retention and the sensation of heaviness in legs caused by standing or overexertion
- Helps maintain overall blood vessel strength
- Lovely Legs not only promotes the health and tone of small veins and capillaries, but it also supports healthy circulation necessary for lively, beautiful legs.
What Exactly is Diosmin?
Diosmin is a naturally occurring flavonoid which is derived from various plant sources such as Bochu leaf and citrus fruit. It works as an antioxidant to neutralize damage to the veins caused by oxidative stress, thereby reducing the all-too-visible signs of varicose veins and spider veins.
Who Believes in Lovely Legs?
Meet Dr. Emily Splichal, a New York City podiatrist and a Garden of Life medical advisor who has reviewed the medical research on diosmin and believes that the antioxidant formula in Lovely Legs really works. “The clinical trials are showing that diosmin can provide nutritional support to bolster vessel strength.† Lovely Legs looks like it could have great success in increasing the tone in the veins and reducing the swelling and heaviness that’s often associated with varicose veins.” Dr. Emily created a fitness DVD series entitled Catwalk Confidence that contains a series of “Rapid Recovery” stretching exercises to help women gain strength, flexibility, and confidence in their legs. She performs those exercises herself each morning—like standing on a golf ball—as she gets ready for work. Then she chooses one of her 30 pairs of stilettos to wear that day. Dr. Splichal began receiving some media attention and was given the nickname “Dr. Legs.” She has appeared on the Today Show to discuss “stiletto recovery” with Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, shared her advice in magazines such as Woman’s Day and Teen Vogue, and spoken at fitness conferences on how women can walk comfortably in the highest of heels. Asked if she is the face and the legs of Garden of Life’s new Lovely Legs nutritional supplement, she laughed. “You could say that Dr. Legs is the legs behind Lovely Legs. I guess that means I’ll have to get into the gym and keep my legs in top shape.” Why not try Lovely Legs today and you may just become a believer too.
Un stress prolongé peut épuiser les défenses naturelles du corps et le rendre vulnérable aux problèmes de santé.