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February Supplement of the Month


Cardio Plus
  • Supports the healthy functioning of the heart and other muscles
  • Supports the cardiovascular system
  • Supports healthy coronary blood flow
  • Provides ingredients with antioxidant activity
  • Supports increased oxygen demand during exercise
  • High in antioxidant vitamin C
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Cardiovascular Health & Chiropractic Care

There are several ways to lower the risks of heart attack, cardiovascular disease, blood vessel diseases, and stroke. Although it is important to watch the kind of food that goes into the body, many studies have shown that it may be equally as important to pay attention to the timing of meals. Here are four ways to boost cardiovascular health:

1. Meal Planning. 
According to a statement released by the American Heart Association, planning the meals and snacks that you have throughout the day can help lower the risks of cardiovascular disease. This is due to the metabolic rates of the body throughout the day.

2. Eating Breakfast Daily. 
Several studies have found correlations between increased cardiovascular health and people who consume breakfast regularly. There is a much lower risk of high cholesterol and high blood pressure associated with those who consume breakfast daily.

3. Lowering Food Consumption in the Evening. 
At night it is harder for the body to digest and process various foods. Many studies have shown that this may be due to a decreased metabolic rate in the evening. For this reason, lowering the amount of food eaten in the evening can lead to better cardiovascular health.

4. Visiting your Chiropractor Regularly
As many of you know, chiropractic can help other things besides neck and back pain. It helps the body function at its highest potential and if a part of your spinal cord is “blocking the flow” to your heart you can suffer from many different heart issues such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and much more. Talk to one of our doctor’s today about how chiropractic can help with your cardiovascular health and start living to your full potential!

Using these methods to carefully plan meals and snacks for each day can help reduce the many risk factors surrounding cardiovascular disease including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, and insulin complications such as insulin resistance.

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