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Promote Your Heart Health

Do you promote your heart health everyday? You can have a lifestyle that promotes your heart health everyday! It is not hard to do and I believe every person is capable of living a healthy lifestyle that will keep their heart healthy. Having a healthy lifestyle that promotes heart health requires a two-prong approach. An active lifestyle to build a strong heart. And, the right foods to supply your heart the nutrients it needs.

Build a Strong Heart

Your heart is a muscle, and the way any muscle gets stronger is by repeatedly placing a demand on it. Cardiovascular workouts are that demand to build a strong heart muscle. Cardiovascular workouts increase your heart rate while you are doing them. It is recommended that you do cardiovascular workouts 5 times per week for a minimum of 30 minutes at  a moderate intensity for heart health. The direct heart health benefits are: lower blood pressure; reduced unhealthy cholesterol and increased healthy cholesterol levels; lower risk for heart disease; reduced risk for stroke.

Build a Healthy Heart with a Heart Healthy Diet

The second aspect to having a healthy heart is your diet. There are may foods that can promote your heart health, just like there are many foods that can promote an unhealthy heart. You have to eat, so why not get healthy eating foods that will help your heart.

Plant based foods are the foods that are the most beneficial for your heart as these are the foods that supply your body with required nutrients and pytochemicals. The phytochemicals in plant based foods are the best source of anti-oxidants which is very helpful for the heart muscle since the heart muscle has a very high demand for oxygen. The various phytochemicals also have anti-inflammatory properties, which is very helpful for the heart and in keeping systemic inflammation down that could negatively affect the arteries.

Full Body 30 Day Vegan Cleanse to the Heart Health Rescue

Every meal you eat during Full Body 30 Day Vegan Cleanse is a heart healthy meal! This program teaches you how to eat a wide variety of plant based foods that will promote your heart health. As an example, take the butternut squash I made last night for dinner. One of my favorite ways to prepare butternut squash, the recipe is in Full Body 30 Day Vegan Cleanse. Reap all the benefits from a whopping portion of Vitamin A,  Vitamin C and it’s loaded with potassium, so it’s very good for your heart and muscles. Furthermore, butternut squash  provides lots of bioflavonoids and carotenoids which are very helpful for your heart. And, if you need another reason to eat this squash, it is a healthy carbohydrate-  our body’s need healthy carbohydrates. You can learn healthy eating habits from  Full Body 30 Day Vegan Cleanse.

 

 

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This book is not a medical manual. It is intended as a reference for a healthy lifestyle. The information is given to help you make informed choices about your health. This Cleanse is not meant as a substitute for any treatment that may have been prescribed by your doctor. If you suspect that you have a medical problem, you are urged to seek competent medical help. If you are pregnant or nursing, it is recommended that you do NOT do this Cleanse. This is not the appropriate time to make radical changes to your body. These herbal formulas are NOT to be used by a pregnant woman. All recommendations are believed to be effective, but since the actual use of herbs by others is beyond the control of the author, no expressed or implied guarantee as to the effects of their use can be given nor liability taken. The publisher and author expressly disclaim all liability connected with goods/services/ products obtained with this Cleanse. Any use of the information in this book is at the reader's discretion.
Notice: If you have a corn allergy, do not take these herbs. (They are processed with corn starch.)

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