How to Support Heart Health

What does having a healthy heart mean?

Without your heart, the other 600+ muscles in your body would serve no purpose. And since the heart is in fact a muscle, it needs nutrients and exercise just like every other muscle in your body. 

A healthy heart is a result of several different factors. According to the American Heart Association, a healthy heart can be attributed to a heart rate between 50-100 beats per minute, low cholesterol levels, blood pressure below 120/80, good energy levels, and the ability to  recover quickly after physical activities.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that “about 655,000 people die from heart disease each year.” This number is so large since some cardiovascular diseases cause problems that often go unnoticed.

Having a healthy heart is incredibly important to your overall health and your ability to stay active longer. As a way to support a healthy heart, you may want to try regulating various aspects of your daily routine.

How to maintain a healthy heart

Of course there are factors that play into the health of an individual’s heart such as age and genetics, however, there are many ways to lessen the chances of developing cardiovascular problems.

Many of the influences that play into having a healthy heart are what we have been told our whole life: eat healthy, get exercise, refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol, and keep your body at a healthy weight. These are all crucial for longevity and for your heart’s ability to function at an optimal level.

Getting exercise regularly and sustaining a healthy diet can do wonders for your heart. If you want to keep your heart healthy, you should know what nutrients your body needs in order to support a healthy cardiovascular system.

Natural compounds that support heart health

As you may know, heart health becomes increasingly more important with age. Ensuring that your body is getting the nutrients to support your heart’s functionality is essential for your heart’s performance. Specific supplements that target heart health can be a wonderful way to keep your heart healthy for longer. 

Red Yeast Rice: Red yeast rice has been used for centuries in China and has been a notorious health food product in many other Asian countries. This is a 100% whole food product that has been produced through the fermentation of red yeast and rice which provides natural active constituents that can aid cardiovascular health. MRM Nutrition’s red yeast rice is also vegan, gluten-free, non-gmo, and does not contain Monacolin K and Citrinin.*

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Resveratrol: Resveratrol is a protective compound created by plants as a way to act as a defense mechanism from the environment. These compounds allow for your blood to flow better which may reduce the risk of a cardiovascular disease. Combined with complementary polyphenol antioxidants sourced from Non-GMO grapes (vitis vinifera), each vegetarian capsule provides synergistic cardiovascular, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory support for healthy aging.*

CoQ-10: Coenzyme q10, or CoQ-10, is an antioxidant that benefits the body in various ways, one being heart health. This compound is naturally occurring in the body, however it has been seen to deplete in individuals with cardiovascular diseases. Supplementing CoQ-10 can replenish these levels if you are living with a cardiovascular disease.*

Complete E: MRM Nutrition’s Complete E is a full spectrum Vitamin E supplement with natural Tocopherols, Tocotrienols, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Vitamin C. Vitamin E protects cell membranes and other fat soluble parts of the body from bad cholesterol, thus allowing the heart to function effectively. It is often difficult to find a sufficient amount of Vitamin E from your diet alone which makes supplementing it all the more important.*

Your heart is your body’s most essential muscle. It cannot be stressed enough how valuable it is to care for your heart, especially as you get older. Eating a well balanced diet, refraining from an excessive amount of smoking and/or alcohol consumption, exercising regularly, and keeping up with your heart health supplements are a few of the easy ways to maintain your cardiovascular health while also prolonging your heart’s ability to operate efficiently and effectively.


** These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Center for Disease Control and Prevention. “Heart Disease.” September 8, 2020.

Integra Urgent Care. “7 Signs of a Healthy Heart.” February 20, 2018.

My Heart Health. “Keep Your Heart Healthy.” January 22, 2020.

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