Heartbreak News

September 10, 2014

Heartbreak News



Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in North America and it's time for us to put an end to it! Here are a few tips that could save your life.

Omega 3: The fatty oils found in certain fish like salmon can help reduce your bad cholesterol! Increase your fish consumption or consider supplementing with a clean omega-3 fish oil.

CoQ10: Co-Enzyme Q10 is a powerful antioxidant. It helps with energy, fertility, diabetes and heart disease. Preliminary research indicates that CoQ10 may help people with congestive heart failure.

Magnesium: It is believed that a large percentage of Canadians have depleted magnesium stores. Magnesium is crucial for energy, relaxation and may help lower blood pressure!

Exercise: If you don't use it, you lose it. Exercising 20 minutes a day is just what your heart needs. Exercise helps lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure.

Oral Health: Recent research is demonstrating that brushing your teeth will not only give you a bright smile, it will also give you a bright heart! It has been suggested that several types of cardiovascular diseases may be connected to oral health!



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