If you or anyone in your family suffers from heart disease, there are a few things you can start doing today. Your doctor might require regular doctor visits and medical care for them to help you properly reverse the adverse effects of heart disease can have on you. Reversing heart disease is done through proper diet, and exercising will come of course help as well. Our main talking point today will be on dieting (although we highly recommend working out and will mention it as well).
Heart disease is commonly caused by calcium deposits that get stuck in our veins due to poor diet and lack of exercise. There are some essential nutrients and minerals that can move the calcium from your veins into the bones where they belong. Vitamin K2 and vitamin D3 are the essential vitamins that will help transport the calcium from your veins to your bones. If you want to prevent heart disease, then the best possible choice you can make in your life is to become a vegetarian. Cut out all the meats, because meats naturally contain saturated fats and saturated fats are high in sodium, calories, and other ingredients that contribute to heart disease. Remember this is your life we’re talking about, not your diet (yes we are talking about your diet, but it’s directly related to your heart and your life).
When you go vegetarian, you will need to take a supplement for vitamin K2, or you can take the Japanese natto bean which is a soybean that has a high potency of vitamin K2 in it. When reversing heart disease, it’s good to have as many benefactors playing in your life as possible, so if you just diet and don’t exercise, you’re only fighting half the battle. It’s highly recommended that you incorporate a vigorous workout routine if you can. If your body can’t handle the intense workouts, at least incorporate light to medium workout schedule (something you do daily, or at least 3 – 4 times a week), and that will help you reverse heart disease faster than if you just decide to become a vegetarian.