Ubiquinol is a form of CoQ10 that is essential for use in cellular energy production.
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OmegaTrue contains concentrated Norwegian fish oil that provides 900 mg of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids
in triglyceride form.
Omegagenics Mega 10
Mega 10™ is a more complete omega formula for heart health. It delivers a powerful combination of pharmaceutical-grade omega-7 and omega-3 fatty acids to provide targeted, enhanced support for overall cardiovascular health.*
Mag Glycinate 200 mg
Mag Glycinate features a revolutionary magnesium amino acid chelate designed to enhance absorption and intestinal tolerance.
L-TaurineL-Taurine works quickly to move minerals such as potassium‚ magnesium‚ and calcium where they need to go.
Our Heart Health Protocol provides nutrients to feed the heart muscle along with supplements that prevent heart damage from inflammatory processes. Following a nutrient dense, whole food diet will also support the heart.
Heart Health Diet Suggestions:
- Avoid all processed foods, especially simple sugars and starches
- Avoid grains of all kinds (wheat, rye, spelt, corn, and rice)
- Eat plenty of healthful fats, including: butter, coconut oil, olive oil, avocados, walnut oil, flaxseed oil, fish oil, etc. Avoid all hydrogenated fats and processed oils like: Crisco, margarine, soybean oil, cottonseed oil, corn oil, “salad” oil, etc. Avoid eating fried foods in restaurants as these are mostly prepared using low quality oils that are highly inflammatory.
- Eat quality protein like wild seafood, pastured meats, wild game, pastured eggs, organic poultry, etc. Quality counts!
- Eat plenty of vegetables! Healthy vegetables include: leafy greens, asparagus, broccoli, cucumbers, artichokes, green beans, carrots, lettuce, cabbage, etc. Fruits are an important source of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Just be cautious. Too much fruit can contribute too much sugar to the diet. Aim for 1-2 servings per day and always try to eat more servings of vegetables than fruit.
- Avoid the nightshade vegetables as these can be very inflammatory: tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, peppers
- Dairy, especially pasteurized dairy, can be very inflammatory. Consider going dairy-free (except for butter). Healthy dairy-free milks include: almond, hemp and coconut milks.
- Eat nuts and seeds, but avoid peanuts.
- Avoid soy in all its forms
- Magnesium is vital for heart health. Eat plenty of magnesium rich foods: dark, leafy greens, nuts and seeds, fish, beans and lentils, avocados, dark chocolate.
- CoQ10 is also vital for heart health. Foods that contain CoQ10 are: fatty, cold water fish like salmon, tuna and herring. Beef and chicken are also good sources as are nuts and seeds.
|Arginine Plus||Support healthy blood flow, homocysteine levels||Take two tablets two times daily|
|Ubiquinol CoQH 100mg||supports the body’s cardiovascular and energy systems by aiding in the synthesis of mitochondrial ATP||1 softgel daily with a meal|
|L-Taurine||supports a healthy heart muscle||1 tablet daily|
|Mag Glycinate 200 mg||Needed in high concentrations in the heart||1 tablet daily|
|Omegagenics Mega 10||Protects the heart||2 capsules 3 times daily with meals|