Your Vascular System: What You Need to Know
Your vascular system is the foundation of your overall health. There are 60,000 miles of blood vessels in your body. They supply oxygen and essential nutrients to every organ in your body and carry away toxic waste. If you’re looking for a long and healthy life, taking care of your vascular system must be a top priority.
Take a step towards a healthier heart – explore, learn, and prioritize your cardiovascular well-being this February!
We’ll be sharing resources all month.
In this short video, Dr. Burke describes the endothelial glycocalyx and why it matters for her patient care plans. Kristine Burke is a member of Calroy’s Science and Medical Advisory Board.Learn More
Clinical expert Derrick DeSilva, MD, describes a critical structure within the blood vessels: their inner lining, called the endothelial glycocalyx. He shares why this structure is essential for human health and wellness.Learn More
Your blood vessels are more than just pipes that let the blood flow through – they have many and varied roles in promoting the health of your whole body. They also have an essential inner lining that is, in its own way, quite smart.Learn More
Nitric oxide (NO) is a tiny molecule naturally produced by your body. It plays a central role in the cardiovascular system and supports numerous other important processes.Learn More
Your vascular system is made up of arteries, veins and capillaries — flexible, responsive tubes of different sizes that carry the blood around your body. For whole-body health, a healthy vascular system with an intelligent gatekeeper is required.Learn More