https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeDDRgMtV4Y With more than 30 years of scientific research supporting their benefits, plant sterols are an important ingredient for heart health that may reduce the risk of heart disease* by lowering blood cholesterol levels. High [...]
If you have never been someone who exercises regularly but are concerned about your heart health, you may be in luck. New research shows that starting an exercise program in middle age can still help [...]
Small changes in your daily routine can go a long way toward helping you maintain healthy cholesterol levels. These are three smart choices that are recommended by the American Heart Association, and other experts, to help manage cholesterol levels and protect your heart health.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. But, the good news is that it’s also one of the most preventable health conditions. Many of the factors that have a strong influence on heart disease risk are related to your diet and lifestyle. This means that the choices you make to care for your heart will go a long way in reducing your risks, and keep your heart healthy for years to come.
Our newly launched Heart Shake Booster offers you the option to customize your shake to help you meet your heart-health goals. In this podcast episode, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Lindsay Gnant explains how the ingredients support healthy cholesterol levels and shares how you can make the product part of your daily routine.
Heart Shake Booster is a blend of science-supported ingredients that may reduce the risk of heart disease* and support overall cardiovascular health. With no pills or capsules to swallow, and 5 calories per serving, Heart Shake Booster blends easily into an Isagenix shake with a pleasant neutral taste without any artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.
Good nutrition is important for everybody, but it plays a unique role in supporting women’s health. Unfortunately, many women are at risk of falling short on key nutrients for protecting long-term health, especially nutrients that support strong bones and a healthy heart.
High blood pressure has been called a silent killer since it has no obvious symptoms, but it can lead to serious health risks. Don’t let problems with blood pressure go undetected. Knowing your blood pressure numbers and understanding how to make better diet and lifestyle choices may help you keep blood pressure risks under control.
Also referred to as “Indian saffron” or “Indian solid gold,” turmeric is derived from the rhizome plant Curcuma longa and is immediately associated with colorful Indian and Asian curries. But did you know that turmeric is also responsible for the color of mustard as well as functioning as a clothing dye?
National Nutrition Month is a great opportunity to discuss one of the most important heart healthy nutrients in your dietary arsenal: the long-chain, omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) from fish.