Reducing The Risk Of Heart Attacks

Supplement With B Vitamins

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Taking a B-vitamin supplement every morning may lower the possibility of heart disease. According to a Swiss study, more than two hundred men and women experienced a forty percent lower risk of heart disease after taking a B-vitamin complex consisting of folic acid, vitamin B12, and vitamin B6 by reducing homocysteine levels. Additionally, the group who took the B-vitamin complex had wider blood vessels so blood and oxygen could easily flow through, which lessens the load on the heart.

Before taking any supplements, research them and speak with a licensed physician to determine which one is best for you. It is also important to remember that there can be too much of a good thing; do not take more than the recommended amount of any supplement unless advised by your dietician or licensed doctor.

Now that you know to look into taking vitamin B supplements, continue reading to learn what meat to eat for a healthier heart.

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Rob Janes