February is National Heart Month and with all the unhealthy living these days it's time to make people aware that keeping a healthy heart is very important.
Taking regular exercise and keeping an eye on your diet to make sure it’s healthy and low in saturated fat can help to keep your heart healthy. I've recently decided to go back to the gym myself and just doing regular exercise a few days a week has really helped to boost my stamina and make me feel less lethargic. This in turn will help to keep your heart healthy as you're giving it a little work out and also keeping the fat off your body so your heart can cope better.
If you are concerned about obtaining vitamins from your diet alone, you may want to try Seven Seas Health Oils Healthy Heart which contains fish oil expertly blended with garlic and vitamin B1 for a healthy heart. Garlic can help to maintain heart health by relaxing the blood vessels and vitamin B1 is important for the elasticity of heart muscles.
Research has established the importance of omega-3 nutrients to our health. They have an essential role in every cell in the body, so their effects are far-reaching. Anyone who is looking to increase the levels of omega-3 nutrients in their diet could benefit from taking a Seven Seas Health Oils supplements.
Available at all leading retailers, which include pharmacies, supermarkets and health food shops, 30s (RRP £4.99) and 60s (RRP £10.99). For adults and children over 12 years.
The effects of unhealthy fats and oils on the heart are well known, especially saturated fats found in processed food. However, ‘good oils’ have been proven to provide a whole range of benefits for your heart.
According to studies:
*Fish oil has been shown to reduce various cardiovascular diseases such as sudden death, cardiac death, and myocardial infarction as a result of its omega-3 content. The evidence is strongest for fish and fish oil supplements.
*Fish oil has also been linked to a reduction in the rate of repeated heart attacks. Daily doses of marine-derived omega-3 has been shown to reduce the occurrence of heart failure in middle aged women by a quarter.
So take care of your heart this month and for the rest of your life, you'll certainly need it!