Why not use this loving holiday to focus on better ways to prioritize heart health?
According to recent research by scientists at the University of Oxford, inflammation in the heart’s blood vessels could actually be the underlying cause of heart attacks and strokes.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., taking the lives of nearly 610,000 people every year. Annually, 735,000 Americans have a heart attack.
Without a proper diet, your risk for developing chronic heart conditions significantly increases.
Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans but, luckily, it’s completely avoidable with proper diet and exercise. The
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February… the month of hearts! As you gush over the way your special someone makes your heart skip a beat,
One of the culinary secrets to this decadent masterpiece is coconut butter. Not to be confused with coconut oil, coconut butter is made with whole coconut flesh (not just the oil) and pureed into a densely nutritious spread that literally melts in your mouth!
Coconut butter is rich with coconut taste and aroma, while giving you nutrition from the whole coconut, including fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Essentially coconut butter is a nut butter, just like almond butter, though we don’t normally consider coconuts as true nuts like almond, pecans, walnuts, etc.
As for its health properties, coconut butter helps to lower cholesterol and stimulate thyroid function. As a result, coconut butter helps the body to protect itself against heart disease, senility, obesity, cancer and other diseases associated with aging and chronic degeneration.