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VitaPulse is a natural dietary supplement that is claimed to provide your body with advanced antioxidant support and maintain your cardio function and proper cholesterol levels, as well as decrease inflammation, protect cells from damage, and boost cellular energy and mitochondrial health. The product was created by Princeton Nutrients, a not very reputable or popular company in the USA. This company is based out of Woodland Hills, CA. Remember that Princeton Nutrients has nothing to do with Princeton University. The company had a high rating with the Better Business Bureau with five closed complaints, which referenced no results and wrong advertising techniques.

Can this product really protect you from heart disease, which is the cause of about one out of every four deaths in the country? VitaPulse is said to work due to its three ingredients: PQQ, NAC, and CoQ10, which are known to possess antioxidant properties. To benefit, all you will have to do is to take one capsule of the supplement per day. The manufacturer claims that you won't experience any undesired side effects. As mentioned on the official website of the company, antioxidants are compounds that can prevent cell damage by inhibiting oxidation and the free radicals that cause this process. A lot of antioxidants are contained in our everyday foods (vitamins A, C, E, beta-carotene, and folate). Despite this, does the human body really need additional antioxidant supplementation? We will try to answer this question further in this review but before that let us take a look at the ingredients contained in VitaPulse.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

The manufacturer of VitaPulse does not mention any possible side effects of the product. The higher analyzed three ingredients should be well tolerated by most users; however, the most common side effect is digestive upset. In some cases, NAC may cause rashes, headache, fever, low blood pressure, drowsiness, and liver problems. At the time of writing our review, about 1,000 HighYa readers provided their feedback about VitaPulse. The supplement received an average rating of 4.4 stars with the most common complaints citing no results, high price, experiencing side effects and no response from customer service. At the same time, some people found that the supplement improved their health, increased energy levels and vitality, decreased pains and aches. It is important to note that there is another product identical to VitaPulse created by another company. It is named VitaCell 3 and has the same price. Let us take a look at the real customers' reviews left online.

"I cannot comment on VitaPulse as the product, but I don't like the order process. The company constantly tries to make you buy more and more products from them. I had issues trying to get my order; as a result, the company sent me two orders and billed me twice too. I tried to return it, but they didn't pay for return shipping and did not return my money. I would not recommend ordering anything from this company."

"I have purchased six bottles of VitaPulse from this company. After buying this product and using it as recommended, I found completely no difference in my blood pressure, energy levels or health in general. At first I truly was excited about buying this product but now I feel very disappointed. I regret buying six bottles."

"VitaPulse capsules had no effect on my health after taking them for two months. Actually, there is no "money back guarantee", since they only refund the value of the pills you return! If you purchase three months' supply of capsules and take them, you will have nothing to return. It means that you won't get your money back. Do not buy their ineffective products!"