It’s Heart Health Month – Here’s What You Should Know
To live your best, you have to have heart, and heart health. The Guyer Institute and Synergy Spa supports Heart Health Month this February. We want our patients to stay out of danger.
Sure, it seems simple to maximize heart health. Eat better, exercise more.
If it were simple, heart disease would not rank #1 in deaths for American men and women. People often need specific guidance and motivation.
Our commitment at The Guyer Institute is to keep you on your toes, and offer sound heart health advice and products. On diet, focus on foods that naturally help the heart.
Salmon and other fatty fish rich in Omega-3 can reduce triglycerides and reduce plaque buildup. Omega-3 supplements can be great for you heart health, too,
Oatmeal is high in soluble fiber, which can do wonders for cholesterol levels. Blueberries and strawberries have been shown to lower the risk of heart attack and improve heart health.
Dark chocolate, and nuts like almond, walnut and pistachios have positive effects. They help with circulation, blood pressure, and cholesterol. Citrus fruits contain high levels of flavonoids, which can help lower the risk of heart disease and stroke.
At The Supplement Store of The Guyer Institute, we carry three key products that can make a real difference. store.theguyerinstitute.com
CoQ10 – Studies show this supplement can restore deficient levels, extend lifespan, and improve quality of life.
Ribose – Ribose has been shown to improve ventricular function in the heart
SPM-Active – A pioneering nutritional supplement that features standardized levels of SPMs found in fish oil.
When it comes to exercising for heart health, The Guyer Institute advises smart, safe, achievable steps.
30 minutes a day or 150 minutes a week will strengthen your heart muscle. And that muscle needs more attention than any other.
Exercise burns calories, lowers blood pressure, can reduce cholesterol. And it’s free. Put your mind in the right place, and exercise to keep your heart in shape.
Make this Heart Health Month the one where you focus on your heart, keep it up, and stay healthy.