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The Elderberry has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for a variety of health issues. Recently, elderberry has been gaining attention for its potential to support heart health.

In this article, we will explore the research on the benefits of elderberry for the heart and how it may be able to support overall cardiovascular health. We will also provide some tips on how to incorporate elderberry into your diet and lifestyle. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of the benefits of elderberry for heart health and how it can support your overall wellness. Continue reading for the Benefits of The Elderberry For Heart Health.

Marvin McKinney

Founder & CEO

The POWER Of The Elderberry For 
Heart Health 

Leading risk factors for heart disease and stroke are high blood pressure, high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, diabetes, smoking, and secondhand smoke exposure, obesity, unhealthy diet, and physical inactivity. The Elderberry has been shown to promote healthy

✔️blood pressure,

✔️cholesterol levels, and 
✔️blood sugar levels,
 three factors that contribute to heart health.   

The Elderberry For Healthy Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a leading cause of heart disease and stroke because it damages the lining of the arteries, making them more susceptible to the buildup of plaque, which narrows the arteries leading to the heart and brain. CDC

How does The Elderberry support healthy blood pressure? 
Numerous studies show evidence of dietary polyphenols, including flavonoids, help reduce the risk of hypertension. Polyphenols are considered to have beneficial effects on human health and provide protection against several chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular diseases. The Elderberry is shown to have a rich composition of polyphenols.   

Marvin McKinney

Founder & CEO

The Elderberry For Healthy Cholesterol Levels

High LDL cholesterol can double a person’s risk of heart disease. That’s because excess cholesterol can build up in the walls of arteries and limit blood flow to a person’s heart, brain, kidneys, other organs, and legs. CDC

How does The Elderberry support healthy cholesterol levels? 
Studies show that elderberry may reduce LDL cholesterol and serum lipids
Additionally, elderberry has been shown to significantly increased the HDL function, which means optimum “good” cholesterol in the body through long-term elderberry supplementation. 
Apart from a positive influence on the HDL function the Anthocyanin-rich black elderberry supports the overall reduction in cholesterol content and may have the potential to influence HDL dysfunction associated with chronic inflammation.    

The Elderberry For Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

Adults with diabetes are twice as likely to have heart disease or a stroke as people who do not have diabetes. Over time, high blood sugar from diabetes can damage blood vessels in the heart and block blood vessels leading to the brain, causing a stroke. More than 2 in 3 people with diabetes have high blood pressure. Diabetes also raises triglycerides and LDL cholesterol. CDC

How does The Elderberry support healthy blood sugar levels?
Attention has been given to the Elderberry for support of healthy blood sugar levels because it has been shown to increase insulin secretion and improve blood sugar levels. Given that type 2 diabetes is a major risk factor for heart and vascular disease, blood sugar management is important in preventing these conditions. Studies support the Elderberry as a possible dietary aide for the treatment of diabetes and for future diabetes therapy.     

Marvin McKinney

Founder & CEO

Overall studies support The Elderberry as a natural supplementation to support heart health and maintain proper balance between LDL and HDL cholesterol, blood sugar levels and healthy blood pressure.

Research strongly supports the use of Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) as a natural medicinal however we recommend that you always consult your health practitioner for a personal recommendation.

Lifestyle choices promote heart health as well.

Below we share physical activity and heart-healthy foods for consideration.

Lifestyle choices promote heart health as well. Below we share physical activity and heart-healthy foods for consideration.

Heart Healthy Activities

  • Stay hydrated! Keeping the body hydrated helps the heart pump blood through the blood vessels to the muscles more easily! Curious about how much water to drink? A good rule of thumb is to drink half of your body weight in ounces. If you weigh 150 pounds, then you want to set a goal to drink 75 ounces of water daily. 

  • Move every day, even if it’s a nice walk! John Hopkins University say’s three kinds of exercise boost heart health; Aerobic, Resistance Training and Stretch, Flexibility and Balance training

  • Adopt a mindfulness practice to reduce or maintain a healthy stress level. Stress can increase inflammation in your body, which in turn is linked to factors that can harm your heart. Turn a stressful day into a reason to exercise, go for lunch with a friend, or do other stress-reducing activities.   

Marvin McKinney

Founder & CEO

Heart Healthy Foods 

Make sure to include the following in your diet, adding one or two new foods to your plate each month through to the end of the year! Your heart will love you for it!  

  • Citrus Fruits 
  • Salmon and Fatty Fish think Omega-3’s!  
  • Swiss Chard & Dark Leafy Greens  
  • Berries 
  • Beans & Lentils  
  • Nuts & Seeds 
  • Chia & Flax 

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