Omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids must be obtained from our diet, as we can’t make them on our own. Unless you eat 3 to 4 ounces of cold-water fish at least twice a week, you may not be getting the proper Omega-3 to Omega-6 ratio.
Considering that heart disease is currently the leading cause of death among American women1, Lorraine requested we write a blog about the signs of a heart attack in women in honor of her sister, in the hopes that this information may help other women.
The amount of pesticides, herbicides, fossil fuel emissions, hydrocarbons, and heavy metals that we are exposed to on a daily basis have reached record proportions, leaving our bodies struggling to keep up with the process of cleansing and detoxifying on its own.
Superfoods help us detox by eliminating toxins, such as heavy metals, which can weaken our tissues and lead to disease over time. Chlorophyll is the green pigment found in plants and algae that is said to be a good detoxifier.
Mary claims eating a small 1.6 ounce bar of dark chocolate every day is good for you after the longest clinical trial to date showed improvement in blood vessel function from consuming flavonoid-rich dark chocolate daily over an extended period of time. What chocolate lover would argue with that science?
Omega-3s have a number of reported health benefits. Supplementing with omega 3s for heart and joint health may lead to many health benefits. They can help support a healthy inflammation response in blood vessels, joints, and elsewhere.*
Get ahead of high blood pressure by checking your blood pressure regularly, managing lifestyle choices that improve blood pressure levels, and choosing high-quality supplements that support cardiovascular health.
Concentrated fish oils are one of the most important additions modern people can make in their daily health programs. Hundreds of studies show that supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids supports the mind, the heart, the kidneys, and the immune system.
Our bodies produce enzymes naturally, mostly from our pancreas and liver. As we age however, the production of these enzymes slow, and often supplemental enzymes are required to maintain and promote good health.