Heart issues are usually associated with older age. But did you know that our body’s production of CoQ10, a powerful antioxidant enzyme closely associated with heart health, starts to decrease as early as 30?
Below you’ll find some recommendations for overall cardiovascular health as well as tips on when and how to supplement.
How delicious food looks after your heart
With a quarter of the body’s CoQ10 believed to come from dietary sources looking after your heart needn’t be boring.
Meat and fish are good sources of CoQ10 as are fresh veggies and nuts, says accredited nutritionist Jacqueline Alwill.
Watch Jacqueline’s short video to learn why it’s never too early to start caring for your heart and how supplements fit into your diet here.
Cardiovascular health keeps our family going
Running a business and a young family can be hard work. Kyal and Kara know this all too well so for them being in tip top health is essential.
They favour a diet high in the antioxidant CoQ10 for good cardiovascular function as well as supplementing this with the Healthy Care Heart Health range.
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