Are you happy? Instead of throwing on sweet and carbonated juices and syrups with lots of calories and harmful ingredients, choose something more useful for you and your heart. We make a few suggestions to ensure tone, freshness and above all a healthy heart.
Where are we without water? When there is not enough water in the body, the blood becomes thicker and the heart is much more loaded to push it to all corners of the body. As a result, the risk of developing ischemic heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases has increased several times. One way to find out how much water we need every day – multiply our kilos with 35 ml. If we weigh 55 kg, it is good to drink 1.925 l, and for 70 kg – 2.5 l of water per day. It is best to drink water before every meal. You can take your bottle of water with you everywhere until it becomes a habit.
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It is good to drink tea and if possible without extra sugar. We recommend green. It is rich in antioxidants that protect against inflammatory processes and prevent the formation of free radicals, which protects against oncological and cardiovascular diseases. Antioxidants also exist in black tea, but in green they work much more efficiently. Green tea has a unique vitamin content. It contains twice as much vitamin C as in black tea, but also micro elements, minerals and nutrients. Tea contains valuable elements such as manganese, zinc, potassium, magnesium and helps maintain the daily balance of mineral substances in the body. Its systemic use lowers cholesterol levels, prevents blood vessel contraction and thus prevents atherosclerosis and the onset of myocardial infarctions and strokes. It is very effective in hypertension that prevents the onset of diabetes mellitus.
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The miraculous activity of perv was known since ancient times. This fruit is like a vitamin bomb for every season of the year. Contains large amounts of vitamins C, B6, B12 and E. It is rich in magnesium, calcium, iron and potassium. Pomegranate seeds and juice are good for the heart and help to reduce bad cholesterol. In addition, pomegranate juice has a wonderful effect on high blood pressure. In normal amounts, pomegranate metabolism and metabolism normalize
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Red wine contains many cardioprotective substances that lower cholesterol levels in the blood and prevent thrombus formation. Red wine in small amounts helps raise the level of so-called good cholesterol that protects the blood vessels and heart from injuries.