Say WHAT?!?! Cardiovascular disease #1 killer of women in US?!

Did you know Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number one killer of women and men in the US (AHA 2020)?? I had no idea.

My followers know that I don’t do very many supplement reviews. What works for me may not be right for you, so it’s really hard to write about a supplements. HOWEVER, I’m gonna try to do my best to tell you about BP-RX

Remember, I am not a doctor, nurse or any kind of medical person (Unless searching on Google qualifies me to not only diagnose or treat every kind of medical ailment known to man; then I have multiple degrees and tabs saved.)

In all seriousness, the health benefits of BP-RX are amazing.

Taking one capsule morning and night. Can help with all these:

Broad based Health Benefits

High blood pressure the “silent killer” because you can have it and not even KNOW! That’s scary. Wanna hear scarier? Nearly 45% of Americans that actually have their high blood pressure under control. So? What does that mean? Everyone else is a ticking time bomb? ACKK!!

  • These are numbers from an interesting (extremely scary interesting)site we all know and that is the CDC Statistic Facts. (Updated September 2020)
  • Nearly half of adults in the United States (108 million, or 45%) have hypertension defined as a systolic blood pressure ≥ 130 mm Hg or a diastolic blood pressure ≥ 80 mm Hg or are taking medication for hypertension. Only about 1 in 4 adults (24%) with hypertension have their condition under control.
  • Hypertension puts you at risk for heart disease and stroke, leading causes of death in the United States.

Blood pressure chart

Most pharmacies have a free pressure cuff. Why not USE it!! You just never know.

We know that cancer is universally known as a major medical killers in the world, but too many people underestimate the seriousness of high blood pressure. Just in the US alone high blood pressure kills tens of thousands of people each year. Of course, particularly dangerous for overweight (that’s me) and aging (me as well) people, already at an elevated risk of heart attack, cardiac arrest, and other heart issues. High blood pressure has many causes, and it can even lead to strokes.

Now is also the time to take that CPR class. Again, don’t make Doctor Peanut Nag at you.

Supplements can be an effective tool for people dealing with high blood pressure. But it should be considered a tool—not the whole toolbox.

US Map blood pressure

So, if High Blood Pressure isn’t scary enough let’s add High cholesterol. Too high of levels can lead to arterial plaque.

Another benefit Anti-aging. HELLO! You know that perked my attention.

  • BP-RX provides two specific anti-aging benefits – significantly increasing the powerful antioxidant SOD (referred to as the youth molecule) and activation of the AMPK enzyme. SOD levels in mammals (including humans), have been linked to longer more disease – free lives. In part – this is due to SOD having powerful anti-inflammatory benefits. Cells with reduced AMPK activity become clogged with cellular debris, which reduces their efficiency. AMPK activation recycles and then revitalizes these cells.

BP-RX is 100% risk free. If it doesn’t work for you, simply return it.

My experience has been great. Taking one capsule every morning.  I take a second capsule at night before bed. Neither doses make sleepy or hyper.

I’ve been going to the doctor more in the last year than in my entire life! 2 visits ago my blood pressure was 136 over 86.

Truthfully, all these numbers mean zip, zero, nadda to me. I ALWAYS have to ask the SAME question: “Is that good?” the nurse said it was on the high side. Enough to mention to the doctor and he will decide if it’s enough to warrant medication or he may just want to monitor it.

My last doctor visit 120 over 75.  Asking the SAME question: “Is that good?” If the nurse was handing out stickers and lollipops I woulda got 2!  I had been taking BP-RX for 3 weeks. Hummmmm okay, I take that as real proof. (Again, not a doctor I only play one on Google! AND Maybe for The Peanuts!) Truly my only change was taking BP-RX.

Personally, I’m sold. With the money back guarantee why not try it.

That is all. You may now go back to your normal blog browsing. Have an amazing day.



  • heather

    These are some really scary numbers especially in the south. I try to eat right and walk as much as I can for exercise. Thanks for sharing this post it was really informative and interesting.

  • Kate Sarsfield

    Tamra raises an excellent point in that the scientific community is only now looking at how women’s symptoms and diagnosis, medication etc. can differ vastly from men’s.

      • Kate Sarsfield

        Exactly! That’s the same as my thyroid numbers. What’s the point of going for 3-monthly blood tests & risking exposure to Covid when the stats are based on men’s results? And those men are presumably white …. we need a much more gender/ethnic specific base.

  • Dana Rodriguez

    I started taking BP-RX about a month ago. My blood pressuere is still on the high side but it is seeming to help. Probably will take a little while to get in my system really good. Just placed a 3 bottle order the other day.

  • Scott Sones

    This is Scott Sones the developer of BP-RX. Thank you for reviewing my company’s product on your site. After developing my first product for Nature Made vitamins 20 years ago a, I developed a spurts nutrition product used by top athletes and coaches and one of the healthiest teas in the world – Adaptix Multi – Health Tea . BP-RX is the most important product I have developed. High blood pressure is at epidemic levels in the US and worldwide (1.1 billion people). Every 36 seconds – someone in the US has a heart attack according to the American Heart Association in 2020. My company’s mission is to reduce the number of deaths and physical destruction caused by this “silent killer”. Best of health to all!

  • Dana Matthews

    Not that it has a lot to do with it, but I live in the dark red state of Mississippi. I have suffered two heart attacks and have had to have stents. I am a diabetic and that has added to my cardiovascular woes. For young folks and those of you who are reckless with taking care of yourself and think it will not happen to you, guess what? It can and does. I’ve always been overweight but until I was about 40, I was active and thought I was ok. Little did I know, I wasn’t. Today is the day to start taking care of your health. Don’t wait until two heart attacks and six stents before you do.

  • Tamra Phelps

    I’ve heard this before and it always surprises me that so little research is done for women with cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, etc. Even though we now know women’s symptoms are often different from the commonly accepted signs of a problem.

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