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Heart Health

Fish can be a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids—if you’re not worried about mercury and other toxins, how fresh it is (depending on where you live), cost, or the environment. Omega-3 fatty acids are too important for the brain, eyes, heart, and more to skimp, but it can be hard to get enough in […]

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Controlling for exercise levels, diet, and other common risk factors for heart disease, researchers have found that optimism—looking on the bright side and focusing on positive outcomes—is a major player for heart health. Being pessimistic may be up there with other lifestyle factors that contribute to heart disease. Support your positive side with D.S.A. MGRx. […]

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American Heart Month

February 14, 2019

Happy Valentine’s Day! February is American Heart Month. You’re heart is not just about love, it’s central to your health and wellness. Here are some things about hearts and heart health that can help you take care of your heart. Make your heart your valentine and give it some things it loves: extra movement (exercise); […]

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…And many who don’t probably have multiple risk factors. Genetics, diet, exercise, the make-up of your probiotic colony—and possible viruses that may make taking control of your health very difficult. With heart disease a rampant problem, every little thing you can do for yourself helps, even things as simple as taking a daily heart supporting […]

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Health agencies really, really want you to get some exercise. You don’t have to get fit, sweat it out, or make major lifestyle changes—just get active for 11 minutes each day. A walk, some intense cleaning, anything that gets you up can moving can count. And while it may be better to get your heart […]

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