SBSC Fit Tips: Heart Healthy B Vitamins #PoweredBySaturnSupplements @SaturnMuscle
I am only 38 years old. With that being said, over the past few years I have lost a lot of friends around my age to heart issues. When it is one, it is very unfortunate. But when it begins happening a few times a year, you start to ask yourself what’s going on???
Needless to say I started doing some research and what I found seriously had my jaw hit the floor.
Stats from the CDC…
About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year–that’s 1 in every 4 deaths. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. More than half of the deaths due to heart disease in 2009 were in men. Every year about 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of these, 525,000 are a first heart attack and 210,000 happen in people who have already had a heart attack. Seriously scary numbers!
I have several friends who are currently battling heart issues. Many on powerful cholesterol lowering Statin drugs. These all come with a barrage of uncomfortable side effects like muscle pain, muscle damage, liver damage, increased blood sugar, type 2 diabetes, and even neurological effects.
I am adamant about prevention. I would rather take care of myself now, to avoid future problems. Knowing risk factors is a start.
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Poor Diet
- Physical Inactivity
- Excessive Alcohol Use
Most Americans have at least one of these risk factors. All can be prevented, improved and/or reversed.
Smoking is an easy one, just quit! I’m not saying switch to puffing on e-cig…those are just as bad if not worse. I mean seriously commit to just quitting. I always hear about how hard it is to quit. I actually know how hard it is. I smoked for over 15 years and was up t 2 packs a day when I kicked the habit. The only way to quit was cold turkey. I developed a nasty gum chewing habit ha ha, but I would rather have that vice than the latter.
Excessive Alcohol Use is another easy one, just cut back. A glass of wine now and again is fine and in some studies even healthy, but if you are knocking back a bottle a day, it might be time to start reevaluating your free time ha ha.
Poor Diet, Physical Inactivity, and Overweight/Obesity all go hand in hand. If you improve your diet and start being more active, your weight will follow suit. For questions on how to get started with a healthy diet and exercise program contact me at SBSC Fitness. I train clients from all walks of life. Many whom have preexisting health issues and/or injuries. I customize all programs to each individual client. I am currently running an amazing special $149.99 for 12 weeks and just $199.99 for 24 weeks.
The last three risk factors High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, and Diabetes can all be helped with proper diet and exercise as well as adding B vitamins to your daily supplement regimen.
B3 also known as Niacin lowers high blood pressure due to increased circulation; lowers bad cholesterol LDL and raises good cholesterol HDL, promotes healthy skin, digestive tract, normal mental function, and energy release from food.
B5 also known as Panthothenic Acid Creates formations of antibodies, normal functions of adrenal glands and release of energy from food as well as offers protection against the damaging effects of environmental pathogens such as cigarette smoke.
B12 known as Cobalamin can reduce cholesterol levels, but it can also provide additional cardiovascular health benefits, such as reducing the risk of developing atherosclerosis, which is hardening and narrowing of the arteries. Increases the production of red blood cells and maintenance of the nerves.
Saturn’s B-100 Complex is designed to provide a single-source combination of the B vitamin family, including folic acid. This time-release B complex mimics natural sources of these compounds as found in yeast, green vegetables, and meats. Perfect supplement that covers all your B Vitamins, but most importantly the ones to keep you heart healthy!
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