Our hearts work nonstop to pump blood that carries oxygen and nutrients to every part of our body. Our heart is essential for keeping us alive, so it’s important that we take care of it. There are many ways to promote heart health, including proper diet and exercise, but one of the easiest and most effective ways to support heart health is with vitamins and supplements.
We naturally produce many of the nutrients we need to facilitate a healthy cardiovascular system, though the production of these nutrients may decrease as we age. However, other key nutrients are not produced by the body and must be ingested either by the food we eat or through supplementation. Sadly, hybridization and modern farming have led to the decline of the nutrient levels in the foods we eat. Further, the highly processed foods so abundantly available in our supermarkets are devoid of pure essential nutrients our body needs to stay healthy.. This is why BodyBio has carefully formulated supplements to optimize heart health to replenish these key nutrients.
Our supplements contain the best nutrients and vitamins that facilitate healthy heart function, including:
Essential Fatty Acids - Essential Fatty Acids, such as Omega-3, can reduce inflammation in the body and lower the body’s production of triglycerides, which reduces a person’s risk of heart disease and stroke*. Unfortunately, our bodies do not produce Omega-3 fatty acids on their own, but instead must be ingested through food or supplements, such as our Balance Oil or Kirunal.
Magnesium - Low magnesium levels have been linked to several cardiovascular risk factors including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, plaque build-up, and the hardening of soft tissues*. And while magnesium plays a key role in heart health, many people are magnesium deficient. You can increase your magnesium levels through the use of supplements, such as Magnesium Carbonate or our Liquid Minerals Mg
Coenzyme Q10 - Coenzyme Q10, otherwise known as CoQ10, is an enzyme that functions as an antioxidant and facilitates important cardiovascular functions including electron transport and blood pressure regulation that aid against heart failure*. Our bodies produce less of CoQ10 as we age and some medication can also inhibit production. Fortunately, CoQ10 supplements can help replenish this key enzyme.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.