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5 Steps for a Healthy Heart

Feb 2, 2016

Super Foods for a Super You. Healthy eating is vital to having a healthy heart.Try adding functional foods to your daily meals. Hemp Hearts, for example, provide essential nutrients such as protein and fatty acids and are one of nature’s highest sources of fiber. All that without any added calories, starches or sugars.

Call a Friend and LOL! Maintaining friendships helps maintain our hearts and it’s no secret that laughter is good medicine. For the first time, we urge you not to share this information on social media 🙂 We urge you to call a friend and talk about it the old fashion way. Call a friend right now. Call a friend every day!

Get Up… Get Down… Walk a Bit to Get Around. Your heart is a muscle and it likes going for walks. Realizing that not everyone can be a “gym person”, think about these simple ways to exercise your heart: Get off one stop earlier on the bus, walk instead of driving a short distance or park on the far side of the parking lot today at work.

Don’t be Suzy Stress Ball! Take the scenic route in life.Stop, take a breath and enjoy life to it’s fullest. It’s important to manage stress by engaging in hobbies, leaving work at the office and getting regular sleep. Stress is a terribly huge risk factor when it comes to heart disease.

It’s OK to be Extra Cute but Not Too Sweet! Writing about not eating candy is easy, not eating candy is the challenge! Remember that sugar not only turns to fat, but high sugar foods promote inflammation (among posing many other health risks). This Valentine’s Day, stick to rich, dark chocolate. Try Peace Naturals’ Coconut Sugar as natural, organic, healthier alternative to sweetener.

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