With heart diseasee being the most common cause of death in the United States, it’s important that we do everything we can to support a healthy heart. Stress, along with a poor diet and other lifestyle factors, can play a large role in the development of heart disease. Throughout this year, many people across the country have reported being much more stress than usual due to the current situations happening around the country and world. This stress can take a toll on the heart and the rest of the body, and it’s important that we do our best to keep our stress levels as low as possible. In this week’s episode, Is it an Affair of the Heart?, we’ll go over how stress affects the heart, and what you can do to help protect your heart and lower stress levels.
Products Mentioned in Today’s Show
Omega Supreme – Omega Supreme is a convenient omega-3 fatty acid supplement offering 1,000 mg eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in the natural, triglyceride form per soft gel.
Nattokinase – Nattokinase is a proteolytic enzyme whose principle effect is fibrinolysis or degradation of fibrin, a fibrillar protein that when linked together forms the mesh essential for blood clot formation.† Nattokinase also upregulates the body’s natural mechanism that guards against excess fibrin formation.† Produced from fermentation of non-GMO soybean isolates by Bacillus subtilis natto. Standardized to fibrin activity units and free of vitamin K.
Pantothenic Acid Complex – The ability of the adrenal gland to respond to physiological stress is supported by botanicals with recognized adaptogenic properties. Eleuthero and rhodiola act on neurotransmitter function, the central nervous system, and cardiovascular function to help the body adjust appropriately when faced with biological, physical, or chemical challenges.† Cordyceps mushroom, known for its revitalizing effects, and pantothenic acid, a B vitamin required for adrenal hormone formation, are also included.†
You can also listen to Is it an Affair of the Heart? on our YouTube channel here.