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Helps you to protect against heart disease

Death due to heart disease is at no. 1 because of lack of heart healthy lifestyle. Are you concerned about your cholesterol or cardiovascular health which includes both strokes and heart attacks? Weight control and regular exercise keep your heart in shape and the food you eat also matters. A healthy lifestyle choices and a heart-healthy diet may reduce your risk of heart disease or stroke by 80%. By adopting heart healthy foods, you may able to lower the cholesterol level, prevent or manage heart disease and high blood pressure.

If you are diagnosed with cardiovascular disease, it doesn’t mean that you can’t protect yourself. In addition to exercise, be careful about what you are eating can help you in lower cholesterol, control blood pressure and blood sugar levels and healthy weight.

The risks factors for heart disease, heart attack and stoke are:

  • High blood cholesterol: Cholesterol helps your body to build new cells, nerves and produce hormones. Cholesterol also enters in your body from food, such as animal-based foods like milk, eggs, and meat. Too much cholesterol in your body is a risk factor for heart disease. When fat lodged in your arteries then the arteries become narrowed and blood flow to the heart muscle is slowed down or blocked. The improvements you can make to your diet are eliminate Trans fat, be smart about saturated fats and add more healthy fats. Unsaturated fats (like omega 3 fatty acids) are essential for both heart health and overall physical health.
  • High blood pressure: Eating a lot of salt can contribute to high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Reducing the salt in your food is a big part of any heart-healthy diet. High blood pressure is associated with hypertensive heart disease. High blood pressure brings on heart failure by causing left ventricular hypertrophy that results in less effective muscle relaxation between heart beats. This makes it difficult for the heart to fill with enough blood to supply the body’s organs.


A healthy diet is one of the best prevention to fight against cardiovascular disease. The food you eat can affect other controllable risk factors: cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes and overweight. Choose nutrient-rich foods which have vitamins, minerals, high fiber and other nutrients but are lower in calories. Intake fruits, vegetables and whole grains, beans, low-fat or fat-free dairy products, lean meats, and fish in your diet that can help protect your heart.

Focus on high fiber foods – Vistapro is made up of millets (whole grains) and the millets are the best source of fiber. A diet high in fiber can lower “bad” cholesterol and provide nutrients that can help protect against heart disease. It also helps you in lose weight. Fiber also moves fat through your digestive system quicker.

So make your heart healthy today by using Vistapro Millet.