Is fat really bad or good?
Fat is an actual component in food. Mostly fruits and vegetables have almost no fat at all. But some food like nuts, oils, butter, and meats like beef have it.
Fat is a key and plays an important part of a healthy diet. That is why kids, especially, need a certain amount of fat in their diets so the brain and nervous system develop correctly.
The fact is, there are bad and good fats. Bad fats increase cholesterol and amp the risk of certain diseases, while good fats protect the heart and support overall health. Have you heard of the good fats, such as omega-3?
Saturated fats and Trans fats are the real culprit because they raise the cholesterol and increase the risk for heart disease. Have you noticed that there are now products promoting Zero Trans fats on their labels? On the other hand, monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats are good, lowering cholesterol and reducing the risk of heart disease. In a nutshell, high cholesterol accumulates on the walls of blood vessels, so it narrows and induced atherosclerosis, blood flow disturbances. Very high risk of coronary heart disease.
So as to say, a “fat-free” label doesn’t mean you can eat all you want without consequences to your waistline. Many fat-free foods are high in sugar, refined carbohydrates, and calories.
People tend to binge on food products upon seeing the “fat-free” label but where you carry your fat matters. According to medical studies, health risks are greater if you tend to carry your weight around your abdomen, as opposed to your hips and thighs. Most of the belly fat is stored deep below the skin surrounding the abdominal organs and liver, and is closely linked to insulin resistance and diabetes.
Creating a healthy diet
It’s not all about changing your eating habits but rather slowly creating your diet and lifestyle. You cannot do it overnight. Example if you force yourself to become vegetarian tomorrow, it (could be) is okay but you will encounter deprivation, and might lead to emotional problems.
To start off, there are a lot of food supplement that can help change our daily eating habits.
Living life in full circle is what Circulan aims to share to everybody. Circulan is a soft gel capsule that contains extracts from four (4) potent herbs that work synergistically for proper blood circulation. It is a food supplement that has approved FDA benefits. Circulan has four top-of-the-line herbal extracts namely, Hawthorn Berry (for healthy heart); Ginkgo Biloba (for the arteries); Garlic Oil (for blood); and Lemon Balm (for the nerves).
Hawthorn Berry promotes the health of the circulatory system, treat angina, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure and cardiac arrhythmia and has been found to strengthen the heart.
Ginkgo Biloba extract is believed to may have three effects on the human body: improvement in blood flow to most tissues and organs, protection against oxidative cell damage from free radicals, and blockage of many of the effects of platelet-activating factor (platelet aggregation, blood clotting) that have been related to the development of a number of cardiovascular, renal, respiratory and central nervous system disorders.
Garlic Oil possesses significant potential for protecting hearts from diabetes-induced cardiomyopathy, a form of heart disease that is a leading cause of death in people with diabetes.
Lemon Balm has calming effects so they take it for anxiety, sleep problems, and restlessness.
Anyone above 12 years of age can take Circulan. It can also be taken by healthy individual as a dietary supplement to maintain optimum blood circulation.
The most recommended intake is 1-2 capsules twice daily with healthy meals. Everyone is advised to seek medical approval before this intake.
Circulan has been scientifically and clinically tested for more than 10 years in Korea.
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