Vitamins to Support Heart Health
Help support your heart health with Centrum. Our products have B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, and other vitamins and minerals that play an important role in helping to keep your heart healthy.
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Berries are packed with tiny seeds, which increases their fiber content. Raspberries and blackberries provide the most, but strawberries and blueberries are also good sources.
Almonds and Other Nuts
Nuts are a great way to boost your fiber intake. Almonds are a good source, providing 3 grams per ounce. In addition to providing dietary fiber, walnuts also have the added benefit of providing omega-3s.
Beans, especially white beans, are a good source of fiber. Try adding beans to salads, soups, or chili.
Soybeans and products made from them like soy milk, tofu, and tempeh not only provide protein, but also polyunsaturated fats, which can support heart health.
The creamy flesh of an avocado is not only rich in monounsaturated fat, but it also contains both soluble and insoluble fiber. Slice this fruit up in a salad, puree it into a dip, or mash it up on a slice of whole-grain toast.
Lifestyle Tips for a Healthy Heart
Maintaining your heart health is something you can work on every single day. From eating a healthy, balanced diet that includes a variety of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, to exercising regularly, to understanding your health
history, a healthy heart requires a little bit of work. Explore these lifestyle tips to help keep your heart health on track.
Regular exercise can help you lose excess weight and improve physical fitness.
Learn your health history
Know your risks and talk to your doctor about your health history.
A great-tasting multivitamin gummy tailored for men 50+ to help support heart health, brain function, healthy eyes, and muscle function.
Key Vitamins & Minerals for Heart Health
Magnesium supports healthy blood pressure that is already in normal range, muscle contraction, and a normal heart rhythm.*
* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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