No se confunda, su corazón es delicado si lo maltratas y fuerte como un roble si aprendes a cuidarlo.
Si caminas, no fumas, te encanta comer vegetales crudos y al vapor, bebes agua suficiente y nada o poca azúcar, créeme que tendrás coronarias para 150 años.
Ahora si lo que leíste no es lo que haces, entonces no demores en buscar la manera de cuidar tu corazón y evitar un infarto a temprana edad.
Te recomiendo que valores la posibilidad de usar Omega3s, CoQ10 si menor 30 años y Ubiquinol si mayor 30 años, Vitamina D3 +K2 porque son una opción para los llevan un estilo de vida sedentario y van a comenzar hacer cambios en su estilo de vida. Si no hay cambios no hay avance por muy selectos que sean mis premium supplements.
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When your coat is so shiny and you’re this good looking, you don’t have to FISH for compliments. @muppetandbear have got our attention. Hook, line and sinker! #rawbenefits#omega3
It’s safe to say we’re smitten with sushi, sashimi & soy sauce (reduced sodium of course)! The scoop on sushi & sticking to your fitness goals? Skip the fried, tempura, cream cheese filled rolls and go with the veggie, raw tuna, salmon, etc.! Protein packed, nutrient rich!
Where’s your favorite sushi place?
Boiling up some eggs this morning for go-to fridge snacks and thought I’d share with you the amazing benefits of these little protein bombs!
Eggs make such great quick and easy snacks for anytime of the day. In fact each egg provides us with:
🍳zinc and folate
🍳a good source of vitamin D, A, B1, B6 and B13
🍳 antioxidants 🍳 5-6gm of easily absorbable protein
🍳 5 gm of good fats
🍳 rich in omega 3 fatty acids
🍳 a cheap, nutritious and easy food to eat any time of the day!
So throw a few eggs in a saucepan to boil this week for a great easy energy producing snack!
16 hours ago114
Vegan Walnut Brownie! 🍫 The deep flavour comes from raw cacao which is high in iron and magnesium. The nuts add texture and contain proteins and omega 3 fatty acids - which aid in brain function! ⭐️
18 hours ago243
Salute! We can’t talk Heart Health Month without talking the benefits of wine (and 9 other supplements and foods) that just love to help make your heart happy and healthy.⠀
Read all about that anti-stress magnesium and those cholesterol-blocking apples — and much more — on the blog. Link in profile: @rochelleelijahmd ⠀
I love a good salad to energize me on a busy day—or even as a lazy dinner. They also make a handy blank canvas for whatever odds and ends you have in the fridge. This business has zoodles , cucumber, radishes, avocado, hemp hearts, sauerkraut, and sardines packed in olive oil. I just tossed with some balsamic and called it Lunch. 👌What’s your go-to lunch lately?
Let’s talk about omega- 3’s for healthy cycles and healthy pregnancy 🙋🏻♀️ Omega 3 fatty acids are in a category called essential fatty acids, or EFAs. Essential meaning that our bodies do not produce them so we must get them via diet or supplementation. The benefits are endless really, but for the purpose of regulating the menstrual cycle and/or getting pregnant, here’s a few reasons why you need ‘em: healthy fats help make hormones and also help balance hormones. They fight inflammation, increase blood flow to the uterus (which increases the chances of implantation), and facilitate the opening of the follicle to release the egg. Just to name a few. 〰️ Happy Tuesday that feels like a Monday. 🧡
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Is your #furryfriend getting the #Omega3s and #Omega6s that they NEED to not only maintain healthy skin and coat, but also preserve brain function? Find out why these essential #fattyacids are SO important here- http://ow.ly/ulBa30irThi
Due to the lovely snow, Regis is delayed until 9am which means Claver Cafe will not open until 9am. Main Café opened at 7. Try our delicious coconut milk chia seed breakfast pudding! #chiaseeds#omega3s#antioxidants
Y’all. Mom brain is real. Sometimes, I feel like the intelligence and focus my kids are gaining week after week is directly proportional to the intelligence and focus I’ve lost week after week 🤦🏻♀️ coincidence? 🤷🏻♀️ who knows?? 😏
SO, when @nordicnaturals and @sprouts sent over some of their current products, I immediately started looking at this Omega Memory with Curcumin... Based on the amount of omega 3s I get in my diet, I don’t really need a traditional full omega 3 supplement dose... so I love that this one only has 1000mg omega 3s (the Omega 2X has 2150mg) but also has optimized curcumin extract, phosphatidylcholine, and hyperzine A to help with cognitive clarity, memory function, and general neurological health... because let’s be honest, we moms need all the help we can get to keep up with the quick witted and sharp negotiating skills of 3 and 4 yr olds 😂 #iwishiwaskidding
You can download a coupon from the @sprouts mobile app to save $5 on @NordicNaturals 2X products, when you buy any ONE (1) Ultimate Omega 2X product until February 28!
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Salmon chillin' in some Dashi with crunchy veg. I got a case of motion sickness in a cab today that I couldn't shake. Thought some strong broth might help. The cats got a little bonito as a treat. 🐱🐱Seaweed FTW. #unfussyfood#comfortfood#salmon#dashi#daikon#omega3s
Made a simple salmon dinner tonight. I pan seared my salmon and served it with roasted tomatoes, sautéed asparagus and Birds Eye Veggie Made mashed cauliflower for a whopping 4 smartpoints (for 1 cup mashed cauliflower)!
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Are you getting your omega-3s?! 🐠 .
Necessary for joint health, brain function, heart health, and more, your omega-3 fatty acids are ESSSSENTIAL aka if you’re not eating fatty fish... you better take some fish oil. Not only is farmed wild-caught salmon better for you, it tastes SO much better. You can even tell by the color difference when you put it next to a piece of farmed salmon. I always get my frozen from either Trader Joe’s or Costco, and marinate for a few hours in soy sauce / rice vinegar. Then I sear 1 min per side and stick in the oven on broil for 4-5 min. Comes out perfectly crispy every time.
Peace I saw your post about talapia... and thought you may want to check this @funzeum.family
Famed as the food of pharaohs in ancient times, tilapia is the world’s second most farmed fish (after carp)—and the fourth most consumed type of seafood in the U.S. (after shrimp, tuna, and salmon). The term tilapia actually refers to several related fish species that originated in the Middle East and Africa but are now farmed all over the world. Though its production is growing in the U.S., most of the tilapia we eat here is imported from Asia and Latin America.
Tilapia is a white-fleshed freshwater fish that’s mild in flavor, which makes it appealing to people who don’t like “fishy” fish. It’s relatively low in calories (130 per 3.5-ounce serving, cooked) and rich in protein (26 grams). But if you’re looking for a lot of heart-healthy omega-3 fats, tilapia is not a good choice. It has very little fat—2 to 3 grams per serving, of which less than 0.2 grams is omega-3s (in contrast, both wild and farmed salmon have more than 1.5 grams of omega-3s per serving). Farmed tilapia is particularly low in omega-3s because its diet is predominantly corn- and soymeal-based, in contrast to the omega-3-rich algae and other aquatic plants that wild tilapia feed on.
A 2009 study conducted by the Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture stated Chinese farm-raised fish are fed poultry and livestock feces. “It is common practice to let livestock and poultry roam freely in fields and to spread livestock and poultry waste on fields or use it as fish feed,” the report said. Over 70% of talapia sold in the USA comes from Asia.
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Cancer-fighting and brain-boosting lunch. It’s packed with antioxidants (arugula knocks it out of the park) and healthy mini-unsaturated fats from avocado and the oh-so-desirable omega-3s with smoked salmon and walnuts. #brainfood#seafood2xwk#eatmoreseafood#avocado#arugula
Are Omega-3s really worth all the hype?
You’ve more than likely heard of Omega-3’s, but do you know how important this fatty acid is? Omega-3’s are an essential polyunsaturated fatty acid. “Essential” means that it cannot be produced in the body and must be obtained by diet. Polyunsaturated means they contain more than one double bond. Further, there are 3 types of Omega-3s: ALA, EPA, and DHA. ALA is plant-based and must be converted into EPA or DHA by the body, which is an inefficient process. DHA and EPA, on the other hand, are more easily synthesized and needed in ample quantities.
In addition, your body needs Omega-6 fatty acids. Omega-6’s produce inflammation, regulate cholesterol metabolism, and create structure in the cell membrane. However, when consumed in excessive quantities, Omega-6’s increase risk of inflammatory disease (which is virtually all disease). Unfortunately, the modern American diet is full of Omega-6’s and lacking in Omega-3’s. In fact, the average American consumes an average ratio of 10:1 to 20:1 of Omega-6:Omega-3 fatty acids... the ideal ratio is 1:1. That said, increasing your Omega-3 consumption is highly important for a number of reasons:
▪️Improves heart health.
▪️Improves brain health - can battle depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s, dementia, etc.
▪️Reduces symptoms of ADHD.
▪️Reduces chronic inflammation.
▪️Reduces risk of autoimmune disease and can reduce symptoms when taken in large doses.
▪️Lowers risk of cancer.
▪️Reduces symptoms of metabolic syndrome.
▪️Can improve bone/joint health.
▪️Can improve eye health.
▪️Can reduce menstrual pain.
▪️Can reduce asthma.
▪️Important for brain development in early life.
As you can see Omega-3s have many benefits and important functions within the body. The best sources are fish, egg yolks, chia seeds, flax seeds, and hemp seeds. Fish oil pills can be used as well, but be sure to chose a pure brand (cheap is not always a good bargain). One that contains the antioxidants Vitamin E and/or Rosemary Extract are ideal because in processing, fish oil may become rancid.