8 Holistic Tips for Boosting Heart Health

February is the month of love, and part of loving others is loving, caring, and respecting yourself. Here are 8 Boosting Holistic Heart Health tips.

 

  1. Move your body- Our bodies are made to move, so give it what it wants.
  2. Eat heart-healthy foods- Less processed foods and more whole and natural foods.
  3. Take care of your health conditions-If you live with health issues such as diabetes, take good care of your body.
  4. Reduce your inflammation- Science is showing us over and over again that inflammation is a killer. It’s also just generally a pain to deal with on a regular basis. (trust me I know all about inflammation, and it sucks)
  5. Take heart health boosting supplements- There are a number of vitamins and minerals that are really healthy and healing for the heart. These include fish oils (for omega-3 fatty acids), vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin E. I love my liquid vitamin, hit me up if you want my opinion on the best vitamin on the market.
  6. Reduce your stress level- It’s no secret that stress can raise your blood pressure. Stress can also increase inflammation and cause you to make lifestyle choices that harm your body and heart.
  7. Develop a meditation practice.- Mindfulness is an excellent way to calm the body and the mind.
  8. Practice love toward yourself- Heart issues stem from lifestyle choices that come into play because we are stressed, overwhelmed, and frustrated with life. Take time to center your soul and get right with yourself.

February 20, 2019

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