If we told you that Cardiovascular Disease is responsible for 17.5 million deaths annually. Would you take the necessary steps to promote heart health? Read on to see how we can change this.
According to the World Health Organization Cardiovascular Disease represents 31% of all global deaths. This makes it the world’s number one killer.
Cardiovascular Diseases or CVD’s are caused by disorders within the heart and blood vessels. They range from heart attacks, strokes, hypertension, peripheral artery disease, rheumatic heart disease, congenital heart disease and heart failure.
The reason why CVD’s are the world leading killer is because many times we don’t have any warning signs. Meaning by the time we discover a problem, it’s already too late.
Let’s face it, following a strict diet, or having a consistent cardiovascular exercise routine is not always an easy thing to do.
When regular life gets in the way we may miss a workout. We may be left running out the door with only enough time to grab a meal at our favorite fast food chain, tasty?
Absolutely, but our hearts may be fighting back! Did you know physical inactivity and unhealthy diets are two leading contributors to CVD?
I have given you a lot of grim information so far, but I come bearing good news!
With modern science, supplements have been developed and proven to promote heart health. Estimates are that the 17.5 million deaths per year due to CVD is expected to be on a rapid decline. A Decline for those using supplements to strengthen the most important muscle in the body, the heart!
Ceylon cinnamon, otherwise known as “true cinnamon” is a beneficial choice to promote a healthy heart, and here’s why:
Its benefits include being a natural and potent anti-inflammatory loaded with antioxidants, and studies show it lowers bad cholesterol (LDL), raises good cholesterol (HDL), and reduces triglycerides or the amount of fat in our blood. Ceylon cinnamon has even shown to reduce blood pressure, and when combined these factors drastically reduce the risk of Cardiovascular Disease.
Not all cinnamon is created equal. Unfortunately most cinnamons found in supermarkets are called Cassia based cinnamon. Cassia variety cinnamon contains large amounts of the compound known as coumarin which is toxic to the liver and kidneys in large doses. Ceylon, or “true cinnamon” is an advantageous choice in this regard and individuals seeking heart longevity and strong cardiovascular health will greatly benefit from this supplement.
Consider using Natrogix’s Ceylon Cinnamon as it is tried and tested, has an excellent flavor, and most importantly works wonders for the heart.