Guide your patients in making heart-healthy food choices
- February 15th 2024 , by Jenny PerezViews No Comments
- February 7th 2024 , by Jenny PerezViews No Comments
If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you. Based on the Life’s Essential 8 guidelines from the American Heart Association, it’s time to talk to your patients about these lifestyle strategies to help them naturally reduce their blood pressure.
- August 28th 2023 , by Jenny PerezViews No Comments
In the realm of functional foods, beetroot emerges as a vibrant contender with promising implications for cardio-metabolic health. Packed with a medley of bioactive compounds, beetroot offers more than just a colorful addition to our plates. For healthcare professionals navigating the intricate landscape of metabolic disorders, understanding the myriad benefits of beetroot can offer a potent tool in the nutritional arsenal. From modulating blood glucose and blood pressure to fortifying microbiome health, beets provide a symphony of benefits that echo the future of dietary interventions in metabolic health. As we guide our patients towards improved metabolic health, it's paramount to spotlight beetroot as a synergistic functional food and dietary supplement, best optimized within the context of a balanced diet and active lifestyle.
- February 16th 2023 , by PRL StaffViews No Comments
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of death worldwide, and it is imperative that health care practitioners stay up to date on the latest research and recommendations for reducing CVD risk. Beetroot (Beta vulgaris), a vibrantly colored root vegetable related to spinach and quinoa, is now recognized as a functional food and has been extensively researched for its potential impact on cardiovascular health. Discover reasons why people need the most of a vegetable they may like the least.
- February 8th 2023 , by PRL StaffViews No Comments
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality globally. The fire of all chronic illness begins with the spark of inflammation, and it is fueled by vulnerable, undernourished cell membranes. We are only as healthy as our cell membranes, the building blocks of tissues, organs, and body systems. Antioxidant therapy has been proposed as a potential intervention that may reduce the incidence of heart failure. Learn about how tocotrienols, considered the vitamin E of the 21st century, may be a missing ingredient in a heart healthy wellness plan