Neolife reports the importance of supplements to preserve heart health

Eating with the heart: the impact of micronutrients on heart failureThe two variables, the micro and the macro, as it happens in the economy, are fundamental to the good functioning of the cardiovascular system, and, therefore, of the entire organism. Talking about macronutrients is referring to carbohydrates, fatty acids and proteins, main sources of energy from the heart muscle cells, and when referred to micronutrients reference is made to essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids. 50% of patients in a recent study of The Journal of Internal Medicine had deficiencies of zinc,

 

 

 


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50% of patients in a recent study of The Journal of Internal Medicine had deficiencies of zinc, selenium, copper, iron or coenzyme Q1

Eating with the heart: the impact of micronutrients on heart failure
The two variables, the micro and the macro, as it happens in the economy, are fundamental to the good functioning of the cardiovascular system, and, therefore, of the entire organism. Talking about macronutrients is referring to carbohydrates, fatty acids and proteins, main sources of energy from the heart muscle cells, and when referred to micronutrients reference is made to essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

Each and every one of them, in constant equilibrium, help keep the heart away from diseases that represent the first cause of death worldwide, which affect men and women equally and that cause a great social health cost. However, it is the proper intake of micronutrients that has finally the last word regarding this organ and its healthy functioning. Macronutrients provide energy, but it is micronutrients who make the production and management of such energy effective for the complex machinery that is the human body.

It explains from Neolife Dr. César Montiel, who adds that “the proper intake of micronutrients has a great impact on the human heart and its ability to recover from damage.” This problem, he adds, “is frequently observed in patients with different heart pathologies and has documented deficiencies of multiple micronutrients, such as vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, zinc selenium, iron, vitamin D and iodine.”

Pathologies such as heart failure, focusing on scientific studies, tests and roles around the world. The most recent comes from the Swedish Journal of Internal Medicine and emphasizes the possible incidence of micronutrients in this pathology, that is, in the problems of the heart muscle to pump the blood. A work that performs about three billion times throughout life at an average of 70 times per minute.

The key is found in mitochondria, which are cellular orgánulos that are concerned with obtaining energy for the heart function and which are supported for it at an optimal level of selenium, iron, zinc, Q10 coenzyme and copper. When these are not done, there is a poor muscle work, and, ultimately, a defective mitrochondrial function. Thus, he warns the report: “Micronutrient deficiency has a high impact on the mitochondrial function and should be considered as an additional factor in the equation of heart failure.”

Foods against heart failure
And where is the fault occurring? Once again, in the diet, says César Montiel. Balanced feeding, rich in basic nutrients should be complementary to any pharmacological treatment to treat heart disease. The Mediterranean diet in all its expression is optimal in this regard. Just take a look at the properties of the foods that integrate it to find those five basic elements, the health of the heart. Apply as an example of foods rich in zinc dried fruits such as almonds or anacardos, shell seafood such as clam or oyster and red or lean meats, chicken and turkey. Vuelo a Vietnam - Vuelo barato Vietnam

Legumes such as lentil, chickpeas or beans are rich in iron, mineral also present in sardines, red meat or vegetables such as broccoli.

Find selenium in several fruits: bananas, watermelon and strawberries, as well as mushrooms and nuts.

Chrome is present in mollusks such as mussel, corn, tomato and also in the egg.

Fish like salmon and trout, are, finally, rich on top Q10.

Supplements, keys to heart health education
However, despite having these foods and other similar properties in food supply, nutritional analysis does not always throw good data. In this case in The Journal of Internal Medicine, one of the main findings is that 50% of the patients studied had deficiencies of one or more of the micronutrients mentioned above. The main thing is that “the available clinical evidence supports the usefulness of supplementation with some micronutrients to improve the management of heart failure in addition to evidence-based pharmacological therapy”, such as those used in medical consultation in Neolife, and supported by the line of anti-aging supplementation Neoactives as they are NeoMineral Plus -rich in trace elements such as iron, zinc and selenium- and NeocoQ10-Ubiquinoldesigned with the best concentration of coenzyme Q10 in the form of Ubiquinol.

In other words, supplements would be an important part of the treatment to prevent and treat particular heart failure and the diseases of this body in general. In the same line, the expert of Neolife considers that such a contribution of vitamins, minerals and trace elements should be made in a personalized manner and by an expert medical professional.

Thus, in addition to “eat with the heart”, in the neck to arteroesclerosis, heart failure, valve problems, arrhythmias and others must also be taken into account vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and iodine, which we can find in precise formulations in several of the supplements, such as vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and iodine. NeoVit D3 and NeoVitamin Plus. It is not that there exists, Montiel concludes, a causal relationship between the appearance of these pathologies and the deficit of these substances, but studies such as the one cited and others show their importance in their treatment.

Neolife reports the importance of supplements to preserve heart health

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2023-04-11

 

Neolife reports the importance of supplements to preserve heart health

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