3 Top Diet Tips to Prevent Heart Disease

3 Top Diet Tips to Prevent Heart Disease

There is no denying that excess body fat can lead to heart disease, and it is becoming a bigger problem every single day.

Excess Body Weight Directly Leads to Heart Disease

Research has suggested that as little as 5% increase in body weight is enough to greatly increase the risk of heart disease and other serious health issues.

Luckily the body has an amazing capacity to heal itself and reverse the negative effects of a lifetime of poor dietary habits. This means that any amount of weight loss will slowly start disease reversal and lower the risk of suffering a cardiac event.

You can use the following healthy tips to assist weight loss and dramatically lower your risk of heart disease…

Tip 1: Ramp Up Your Dietary Calcium Intake

During recent studies it was found that individuals who consume more calcium through dairy products experienced far better weight loss success compared to those who consumed very little calcium-rich dairy.

It is recommended that you increase your dairy intake to such an extent that you take in about 600mg of calcium per day (roughly a 350ml glass of milk)

It’s important to note that the calcium did not come from supplements which are difficult for the body to absorb. Be sure to supplement with Vitamin K which helps usher calcium out of the blood so it doesn’t become deadly heart clogging plaque.

Read about How High Blood Sugar Levels Cause Fatty Deposits In the Heart…

Tip 2: Supplement with Vitamin D

This helps reduce inflammation. The study mentioned above also found that as weight increased, Vitamin D circulating in the blood was reduced. This is because Vitamin D gets stored in body fat, and excess fat means that more Vitamin D is locked away and cannot be used for critical anti-inflammatory and immune system functions.

Vitamin D is a catalyst in the weight loss process as it reduces inflammation caused by excess fat and helps to inhibit the release of chemical messengers such as cortisol which keep you from losing weight.

Vitamin D deficiency is implicated in the dramatic rise in coronary artery disease, as it has been shown to lower blood pressure and stabilize plaque so it doesn’t rupture.

Tip 3: Stabilize Blood Sugar through Natural Diet

Eating processed carbohydrates causes spike in your blood sugar which leads to obesity and heart disease. Wild changes in blood sugar levels after every meal cause metabolic imbalance and high levels of triglycerides in the blood which the body must convert to fat for storage.

You can get off this roller coaster and begin to see quick weight loss results by slowly cutting refined carbs from your diet.

Cut these unhealthy foods out of your diet and start eating plenty of vegetables, nuts, seeds and lean proteins in their natural form to keep blood sugar under control. You can reverse plaque which has been slowly developing in your arteries over the course of decades, as you watch those excess kilograms disappear.


To manage blood sugar levels and lose weight, try to follow the Manna Diet as given in the free e-book. Take the Manna Blood Sugar Support Supplement, which can help to control blood sugar levels and increase calcium levels the natural way without any side effect.


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