First of all thanks for your kind words. We are providing constant updates on our blog of the situation here.
Cardio-Klenz is a more advanced formula than CardioCover. CardioCover contains only 2 ingredients, at higher dose. This is ok for more shorter-term help, but not so consistent for long-term usage, protection or improvement. This is what Cardio-Klenz aims to cover, for long-term longevity action.
CardioCover contains only Amla (which there is little actual scientific conclusion to cover its uses) and Nattokinase (which is an excellent ingredient for cardio health but needs to be in the right form).
There are a number of different forms on the market many of which are not approved by the FDA. The only quality form that we could find is called Nattozimes and is produced by the National Enzyme Company in the USA. This is the form we use in Cardio-Klenz.
Nattozimes is better because, unlike many nattokinase forms, it doesn't use bacteria as part of its fermentation process. Many companies use a form of processing that does use bacteria, because it is less expensive to produce that way. However, we don't cut these corners.
So, you may wish to check with CardioCover what form they use. I believe it is a cheaper bacterial form, as they don't mention Nattozimes in their info. So this is an important potential downfall of the supplement.
Along with that, remember that for long-term help you need a specific set of ingredients, at lower dosage. So CardioCover may only provide more limited shorter-term help.
Also, remember that the formula you choose should be in an enteric coated tablet form. This is because Nattokinase is very sensitive and needs to be protected in this form. Otherwise it will be destroyed and you won't get benefit from it regardless of the form.
I hope this helps.