Attack Heart Disease


Heat disease remains the number one killer of all Americans. The typical American diet and sedentary culture have created a myriad of problems for our heart. Here are 4 quick ways to start fighting back!


1)      Exercise Daily – Exercise does not mean putting on all of your hippest workout clothes, taking protein shakes and joining expensive gyms. Exercises can ne as easy as a brisk walk around the neighborhood with your significant other!


2)      Fight Triglycerides – High Cholesterol is a major factor in determining heart disease. Reduce triglycerides naturally with Omega-3 fatty acids. Two of the three Omega-3’s are only naturally produced in marine algae. Take a live shot of algae at least once a day to easily keep your cholesterol in check!

3)      Avoid Tobacco – Smoke from cigarettes, cigars, and pipes is as bad for the heart and arteries as it is for the lungs. If you smoke, quitting is the biggest gift of health you can give yourself. Secondhand smoke is also toxic, so avoid it whenever possible.


4)      Aim for a healthy weightCarrying extra pounds, especially around the belly, strains the heart and tips you toward diabetes. If you are overweight, losing just 5% to 10% of your starting weight can make a big difference in your blood pressure and blood sugar.

Jordan Markuson
Jordan Markuson is the founder and CEO of Aqua Health Labs, a revolutionary concept in dietary supplementation. A former internet advertising executive with extensive Chicago real estate holdings, a love for the outdoors inspired him to leverage his commercial expertise for the greater good. Exploring natural options to support recovery from a serious skiing injury and pain management for fibromyalgia led him to extensively research the science of essential fatty acids. Now, this independent entrepreneurial conservationist is a passionate advocate for environmentally sustainable healthy living practices.

Jordan is a frequent content contributor to healthy living websites and publications, and is available for speaking engagements. Email [email protected] to learn more.