This post is a love letter to your heart muscle! Not only is tomorrow Valentine’s Day, but February is heart health month and that is a great time to show it some TLC.

And your heart totally deserves it! Did you know this hard-working muscle can beat around 3 billion times over your lifetime?

Pretty amazing, right? Your heart deserves as much support as you can give it to keep it strong and supple!

Here are some eye-opening stats showing why that’s so important: Every 40 seconds, someone in the US has a heart attack. And every 37 seconds in the US, someone dies from cardiovascular disease.

It’s also the top killer in Australia, Canada, and many parts of Europe.

Pretty scary! But the good news is there are some very simple things you can do starting TODAY to take care of your heart.

For a healthy heart … 

  • Eat more plants. Start by eating an extra veggie or fruit every day!
  • Add an organic source of Omega 3 fatty acids to your diet.
  • Workout: both cardio and strength training exercise can help keep your heart strong.
  • Snack on raw nuts instead of sugary, processed foods (i.e., chips and cookies).
  • Avoid high-calorie (and sugary!) drinks like flavored lattes and soda. Drink water instead.
  • Practice deep breathing or meditation. These can help lower your blood pressure.
  • Every day, take a few minutes to say thanks. Having a gratitude practice is linked with better heart health.

What will you do TODAY to show your heart some love?  Comment below, I’d love to know!

If you need help with any part of your healthy lifestyle plan, I am here for you!

Hope you have an amazing day!

Gut Health Manual

Happy Gut, Happy Body

Your gut is the host to an entire microbiome of bacteria – an estimated 100 trillion of them!

Keeping those bacteria happy, healthy, and in balance is a big part of a wellness lifestyle. As you can imagine, what you eat plays a very important role.

In this mini-guide, we'll outline the basics of gut health. Plus, we've included lots of delicious recipes. We hope you enjoy!




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