Heart Health - Beware
There certainly are many ways to improve your chances for a healthy heart long into your senior years.
Some habits are better than others. It's easy to find what not to do, or not to eat in order to maintain a healthy heart, and we hope you will research and follow those recommendations.
That's not what we're about. We are here to open your eyes to the unknown methods of getting well that can actually be more successful than mainstream suggestions (i.e. take daily aspirin).
It's Not Always about Exercise and Diet.
Ask yourself this . . . if all these mainstream solutions to illness and heart disease were working, why aren't we getting well?
Certainly, we all know about habits we should follow to maintain heart health. But, let's be realistic. We're up against a fast food industry, with its ease of access and low prices. Even if we supplement with Vitamin E and Omega 3's, if we continue to eat factory food, we're not getting very far.
And beware exercise. Exercise is a delicate science that can help or harm. Certain exercise régimens can put too much stress on our heart. Even the healthy, if they overdo exercise, can damage their bodies.
As we continue to weaken our hearts by eating fast foods from the road, and processed foods from the grocery store, the medical industry steps in with yet another "fast" promise . . . just take these pills with your food, and you may improve your chances of survival. That is, if our pharmacologically "fast" remedies don't do you in first.
Beware the "cure" - it may be more lethal than the disease.
As I Promised . . .
The average person, knowing that much of today's processed foods aren't very good for them or their families will try to seek out alternatives. This is good, because there are a number of helpful ways to employ that will improve their health, even if they continue to follow the norm of easy and inexpensive food choices.
There's More Than One Way to Skin a . . . well . . you know.
It's not easy to change your eating habits. You could:
- Go vegetarian . . . good luck with that!
- Buy organic . . . increase your food budget by approximately 38%.
- Eliminate "comfort" foods like pretzels, potato chips, and popcorn and ice cream.
- Buy expensive juicers that usually last a year or two. Also buy tons of raw organic produce to juice. Then try to get your family to drink these hard-acquired juices!