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It’s not too late to start caring for your heart

It’s not too late to start caring for your heart

As you age, it's essential to care for your heart and prevent life-threatening conditions like high blood pressure and heart attack. Fortunately, according to a study by the National Institute of Health, it's still not too late to start practicing good heart health — even if you're over 50 and already have high blood pressure.

According to the study, which observed 9,300 participants over the age of 50 with high blood pressure, all it could potentially take to reduce to risk of stroke and heart attack is keeping your blood pressure below 120. The early results from the study showed that heart attacks and strokes were reduced by a third in participants who maintained this blood pressure.

Doing so doesn't require an entire overthrow of your lifestyle, either, but rather a few changes. Luckily, a lot of these steps can be aided by the addition of seaweed to your diet. One risk factor for high blood pressure is a diet with too much sodium. As a healthier alternative to regular table salt, you can try Seagreens Mineral Salt. In addition to exercise, it's also vital to eat a more balanced diet, making sure you're getting all the vitamins and nutrients your body needs. For this, you can take Seagreens Food Capsules to help fulfill your daily intake of essential nutrients and minerals.

Every Seagreens product contains all the minerals, micronutrients, trace elements and vitamins that can be found in all-natural, organic seaweed. Seagreens organic wild wrack seaweeds are produced to the company's award-winning proprietary standard (patents pending) among Scotland's remote Western Islands in pristine Grade A waters. All Seagreens products are organic, kosher and certified free from allergens and contaminants.

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