Tips For Obtaining And Maintaining A Healthy Heart








February is American Heart Month, so to help us on our journey to achieve and maintain a healthy heart, the folks at Natural Vitality have comprised a free eBook.

I was shocked to read a recent statistic stating that one in four people in the US will die of heart disease.  This is why it's important to take precautions to keep our heart healthy.  Coronary artery is the most common form of heart disease and it's said to be the cause of death for almost fifty percent of all heart disease.

What can one do?

For starters: get your magnesium.  There are many benefits of this necessary mineral and a recent study found magnesium deficiency is shown to significantly increase the risk of  coronary artery calcification, aka: hardening of the arteries.

Magnesium supplements not created equally

Many magnesium supplements are not properly absorbed by the body, rendering them ineffectual. For years I've been using Natural Calm, this is what recommend to my friends and family.  It comes in a water soluble powder that I mix with water; usually hot water in the winter and seltzer in the summer.  It actually has a nice flavor.




Add lemon flavored Natural Calm to sparkling water for a refreshing heat healthy drink. One of many tips found in the eBook to getting and obtaining a healthy ticker. 

Find Natural Calm on Amazon

Don't forget to download the free The Calmful Heart Health eBook for more tips on keep your heart healthy.

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22 comments:

BeckyJane Chapman said...

I take magnesium orotate for my AFib. It keeps it from flaring up. Love this stuff!

Charice W said...

I think this is a wonderful post. Yoga is so important and helpful. I would love to try this, thank you!

jdine said...

I like that this product is absorbed well. I am trying to eat a veganish plant based diet for my heart health. Exercise is very important too!

tammy freeze said...

I'm taking care of my heart by not eating a lot of fast food and also I walk everyday

Luminous Angel said...

After suffering a mild heart attack a few years ago, I had to change my lifestyle and become aware of everything that could affect my health. I am more active now, going for walks and short hikes. I drink much more water and stay away from fatty foods. And I avoid stressful situations - I even had to quit my very stressful job at the time! ;)

Rachael Bhardwaj said...

I already add natural calm to my sparkling water!. I also did not know that not all magnesium supplements were the same!

Amber's said...

I work out often and eat well :) I also take various supplements, including magnesium, which are important for overall health!

Robyn Bellefleur said...

I haven't been doing enough to take good care of my heart health, and I am looking for proper information regarding it, the ebook would help.

Danni Plume said...

I do ½ hour of cardio every day, take supplements, eat plenty of fruits and veggies and drink lots of water. I'm on my way to turning my life around.

Brenda Penton said...

I workout 6 days a week and take supplements daily to help my heart. I also try to eat well.

Debbie S. said...

I love the recipe Blueberry Dark Chocolate Smoothie. I do practice yoga as a beginner. I also keep hydrated.

Carole Dube said...

I like to stay active and I do practice Yoga. I take Calcium nitrate supplement, I didn't know Calcium was good for your heart, I use it for my muscle. I eat a diet with plenty of fruit and vegetable, protein and drink lots of water.

Marsha C said...

I've been worrying a lot about my heart lately because my heartbeat gets kind of erratic. I've been exercising more, drinking lots of water, taking fish oil and CoQ10, and eating better. I started taking magnesium, but now I need to check and see if it's a good one or a useless one!

Jeffrey Raiffe said...



Four new heart healthy recipes sound great. Also, a new approach to heart-healthy eating that doesn’t focus on deprivation certainly caught my attention as many plans seem to deprive one of food.

Sandra Watts said...

The Kids Health Guide Stress Less would be interesting to read. Also the Green Chef's series.

Jessica Cyr said...

I have never tried this product before , i would like to get the chance to try it out , looks great ! thanks for the giveaway ! :)

Maryann D. said...

I do like that there are easy yoga poses that may benefit the heart in this book. I find yoga very relaxing and calming and good for you.
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Shakeia Rieux said...

I like the blueberry and dark chocolate smoothie recipe.I haven't had it like that,but I would give it a try.

Jennifer Wilson said...

I have started a weight loss program and am taking yoga classes twice a week. I also do a cardio circuit at my local gym.

RICHARD HICKS said...

I am already more heart healthy meals and their recipes look good. I did not know about the yoga poses. Got to work on that.

Nicole Lancaster said...

I take care of my heart by not eating processed foods, taking Fish Oil and try to make my life less stressful. Hiking and Yoga I found really relaxes me and lessens the stress load.

rajee pandi said...

Mostly I read important articles everything to start thinking positive and maintain healthy lifestyle

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