heart made with flax seeds

Heart Health Month and NutraCleanse™

February is a month for love. We’re not just talking about love for others; we’re talking about love for yourself, too! Although this month is mostly known for being host to Valentine’s Day, it’s also heart health month, and we want to show you how our product contributes to a healthy ticker:

Flaxseed Contributes to Increased Heart Health

NutraCleanse™ is composed primarily of ground flaxseed, which is naturally high in essential omega 3 fatty acids. These little wonder bits are called essential for a reason—your body can’t make them on its own!

They’re important for a variety of reasons; one being heart health! Essential omega 3 fatty acids help to lower your risk of heart disease, which is responsible for 1 in every 4 deaths, according to the Centre for Disease Control.[1]

NutraCleanse™ Encourages a Better Diet

Once you begin incorporating better eating practices into your daily lifestyle, you start feeling better. And when that happens, you want to feel even better.

By adding our product to your meal plans, you inadvertently begin making small changes that contribute to big payoff. Making those little tweaks here and there will eventually lead to more salads, and less French fries.

You can do it—we believe in you! Try our little NutraCleanse™ challenge and see if what we’re claiming rings true.

When Your Feel Better, You Adopt Healthier Habits

Here’s the kicker: when you begin feeling better, it becomes addictive. Feeling good is an amazing feeling! As you strive to create better habits and set yourself up for consistent wellness, you begin to build a life that is conducive to living your dreams, and that’s why we love what our product does for people.

It’s really that simple!

To find a retailer near you, visit our website’s Retailer’s page or order online at www.nutracleanse.biz.

Be well, and to see a recipe for heart healthy Valentine’s Day pancakes, visit Running on Happy. (Try substituting 1/2 wheat flour for NutraCleanse™!)

[1] http://www.onhealth.com/content/1/heart_disease