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.
Because of our continuing commitment to keep up with the latest in ever-developing nutritional research, Isagenix has made a few recent updates to Ageless Actives and Ageless Essentials Daily Pack.
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Having longer telomeres may mean a healthier heart, according to new study Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have just published the results of a long-term and large-scale study that has found yet [...]