Heart Health & Circulation
Our heart is the most hardworking organ in our bodies, it is responsible for pumping blood throughout our bodies. In just five minutes, your heart is able to pump five liters of blood around your body. And in just under an hour, it would have pumped 300 liters in 4,200 heartbeats.
Having proper blood flow is paramount for all our other organs to function, so it goes without saying that maintaining good heart health and circulation is pretty crucial for us to be able to live full and long lives.
With proper education on factors that can increase risk of heart disease and methods to reduce them, we can promote better heart health and circulation – allowing us to live full and fulfilling lives.
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What is Cholesterol & What Causes Cholesterol
Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that’s found all around the cells of our body. Having too much cholesterol in our blood can be very dangerous as it may combine with our substances in our blood to form plaque. Plaque sticks to the wall of our arteries and as it builds up over time, it can lead to arterial hardening, narrowing or blockage. Read More
Lowering Cholesterol With Omega-3 & Other Heart Healthy Foods
High-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol is often referred to as “good” cholesterol because it helps remove other forms of cholesterol from your blood stream. Higher levels of HDL are associated with lower risk of heart disease and it is recommended that we maintain a cholesterol level reading of over 60mg/dL of HDL. Read More