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Cooking Tips for Heart Healthy Meals

Cooking Tips for Heart Healthy Meals

Cooking a heart healthy meal, or cooking in general, may seem like a frightening task to some, especially to those who tend to burn everything including toast. However, a study completed by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health states that the main ingredient in a healthier diet is cooking meals at home. By cooking at home you have control over your ingredients, your portion sizes, and the way that you cook your food.

A key to creating heart healthy meals is to cut down on cholesterol, fats, and salt found in many common ingredients. Create meals that keep your heart in mind by looking to these quick tips when dinnertime approaches.

Avoid Frying

Rather than deep frying or pan frying food, which causes ingredients to soak up unnecessary and unhealthy fats, look to these alternative options to keep the nutritional value of your ingredients intact:

Stir-frying. High temperatures destroy some nutrients when cooking, so by stir-frying foods rapidly at high temperatures, food (especially vegetables) retain more of their nutrients, and since the cooking happens quickly, the foods don’t retain as much oil as they would with conventional deep frying techniques.

Broiling.  Broiling is a popular choice to prepare healthy meals since it uses direct heat to cook the food and requires little to no oil in order to cook. Similarly, broiling methods melt the natural fat found in meat such as chicken or fish, and since most ovens have a broiling unit, it is a quick and reliable way to prepare meals.

Steaming. Unlike the options above, steaming is a form of cooking that requires no oil, which makes it much better for your heart since it avoids adding unnecessary fats. Steaming is also great for keeping the original form and taste as well as most of the original nutrition, especially in vegetables. For example, steamed broccoli retains 81% of its vitamin C as opposed to only 30% when cooked in water.  And since preparation for steaming is minimal, you can create a healthy meal in very little time.

Quick Tip: Try to keep your meals simple. In many cases, simple recipes and ingredients lead to healthier, more natural meals while more complicated recipes that involve extra ingredients and specialized cooking methods could potentially be taking away from your meal’s nutrition and your time.

‘Tis the Season 

Try to avoid prepackaged seasonings as they usually contain a lot of salt. Selecting fresh herbs and preparing hand-made seasonings may seem foreign to you now, but in the long-term, you’ll be saving money by doing the preparation yourself. Your heart will thank you for avoiding all the extra sodium found in store-bought packages.

Quick Tip: Use citrus juice, peppers, or vinegar to add an extra level of flavor to your dishes. But be sure to use these sparingly as to not overpower the overall flavor of the meal.

Make Substitutions

Using low or non-fat yogurt instead of sour cream cuts out unnecessary fats in your meal. In ½ a cup of yogurt, you’ll get double the calcium and cut out 4 grams of fat and 2 grams of saturated fat—a fat found in many store-bought foods that could be damaging to heart health over time.

Eliminating butter and replacing it with heart healthy olive oil can be incredibly beneficial to your arteries and overall heart health. Replacing one tablespoon of butter with one tablespoon of olive oil drops the fat content by 2 grams. Seven grams of unhealthy saturated fat will be replaced by 10 grams of heart healthy monounsaturated fats instead.

Make Extra

If you’re putting in the time and effort to prepare a heart healthy dish, don’t hesitate to go overboard. Making extra food gives you healthy snack options, as well as back-up meals in case you don’t feel like preparing something new after a long day. There’s nothing wrong with thinking ahead. This will help you create good habits that will keep your heart healthy and happy in the future.

Quick Tip: Making extra food is great, but just because you have extra food, doesn’t mean you need extra helpings. Set aside proper portions for snacks and meals by using small bags or plastic containers to stay organized and stay focused on eating until you are satisfied rather than eating until you are stuffed.


ProArgi-9+ Featured in 2019 PDR

ProArgi-9+ Featured in 2019 PDR

ProArgi-9+ has once again been included in this year’s edition of the Prescribers’ Digital Reference (PDR), formerly known as the Physicians’ Desk Reference, providing a greater opportunity for people to discover the tremendous benefits of our best-selling product.

For more than 70 years, medical specialists across the world have turned to the PDR as the authoritative source of information on drugs and prescribed substances. Now available exclusively in a digital format, the 2019 edition of the PDR continues to be utilized in virtually every physician’s office, pharmacy, clinic, and library. No medical reference is more current, more recognized, or more respected. The PDR contains label information, dosage instructions, images, and more.

We hope this publicity encourages more people to discover and share ProArgi-9+ and its value in supporting a healthy lifestyle.

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“ProArgi-9+ is the highest quality l-arginine supplement in the world. This proprietary formulation combines the powerful cardiovascular benefits of l-arginine with a variety of superior heart health ingredients to give your cardiovascular system optimum support.

ProArgi-9+ was formulated in collaboration with leading scientists and cardiovascular specialists who have conducted extensive research on the proper application of l-arginine in promoting heart health.”
Prescribers’ Digital Reference (2019)
Note: The 2019 Edition of the PDR containing information about ProArgi-9+ is available only digitally. Illustrations showing a physical book are simply a reference to the historical, widely recognized format.


Heart Health Webinar: February 20

Heart Health Webinar: February 20

Synergy’s Heart Health Month celebration continues with a special webinar on Wednesday, February 20! Hear from the Hughes Center’s Research and Development Manager Dr. Noah Jenkins, and Synergy’s Sr. Marketing Manager Jake Rothfels, as they explore the mighty heart and share the science and research behind Synergy’s heart-health products.

Register today for either the afternoon or evening webinar, and invite your team and customers to enjoy this educational experience. This is a great opportunity to learn about the amazing relationship between the microbiome and the heart, and how this connection directly correlates to Elite Health.

1 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
7 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

WEBINAR DETAILS

Date: Wednesday, February 20
Time: 1 PM (MST) -OR- 7 PM (MST)
1 PM Registration URL:https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2270810766527637249
7 PM Registration URL:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7150808408458416642
Language: English

NOTE: This webinar will feature presentation slides. For the best experience, we recommend you register today to join online. This webinar will be broadcast for educational purposes only. There will be no recordings published or distributed. This webinar is being broadcast with no intent to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or health condition. The content of this webinar will not be evaluated by the USFDA, nor by any governing body

About Noah Jenkins, PhD.

Dr. Noah Jenkins is the Research and Development Manager at The Hughes Center for Research and Innovation. With a PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Utah, Dr. Jenkins has an in-depth and complete understanding of the human body and the nutrition essential to a healthy life. He completed a three-year postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Neuro-oncology at the Huntsman Cancer Institute and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology at the University Of Utah Department Of Molecular Medicine. He is the author of 14 peer-reviewed academic studies on several topics including melanoma, brain cancer, and cardiovascular disease.

Dr. Jenkins doesn’t simply “talk the talk.” He “walks the walk” as well, striving to achieve Elite Health daily as a national-level competitor in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and an Olympic-style weight lifter. He speaks English and French fluently, and leverages his education and passions as a member of the Hughes Center research team to help Synergy transform lives around the world.


January 2019 Rank Advancements

January 2019 Rank Advancements

Congratulations to the hardworking Team Members who have taken their Synergy business to the next level. Last month, these men and women advanced to new ranks of success in their Synergy business. It is our privilege to recognize them for the time and energy they have invested into reaching their goals, sharing Elite Health and helping people to unlock their potential.

Please join us in congratulating the following Team Members across North America:

RANK ADVANCEMENTS
Team Manager
Dan Hammer Health, Ltd

Gold
Fullerton Supply
Pompton Cycle Corp

Silver
Joseph Maestas

Bronze
Ana Marie Wong
Very Creative Marketing LLC

Star
Nate Yoder
Ana Marie Wong
Leah Mccormick
Sophia Murray
Nicholas Alleyne
Mel Asantewa
Lilia Diaz
Stacey Hazard
Jae Wook Shin
Helen Hall
Martin E Diaz Leyva
Alicia Aguilar
S&R Legacy LLC
Melissa Brenchley
Corrianne Lee
Steve Southwick
Ashlee Romney
Brittney Ehlers
Jordan Wilson
Quinn Cottrell
Scott Boyson
Heidi Stimpson
Jason Hawkins
Mariah Kimber
Tyler Butcher
Kelly Chipman
Layne Van Orman
Kelly Hainline
Shelene Brenchley


TOP RECRUITER Team Members with the most personally sponsored Tracking Centers

Julia Davila
Noel Richards
Lilia Diaz
Patrick Martin Tyron Todd
Judy Feldhausen
KC Michigan Group, Inc.
TOP TEAM BUILDER Team Members with the most personally sponsored rank advancements

Noel Richards
Dan Hammer Health, Ltd
Lilia Diaz


Heart Health Spotlight: Cardio Protect Kit

Heart Health Spotlight: Cardio Protect Kit

Celebrate Heart Health Month with the Cardio Protect Kit. This kit delivers three of Synergy’s most powerful formulas to support and protect your heart at a savings of over $50!

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Your heart is your body’s hardest-working muscle, and deserves special care and attention. This powerful organ beats 100,000 times a day to pump 2,000 gallons of blood throughout the body. Poor heart function and circulation can cause many issues in your body. With the Cardio Protect Kit you can nourish your heart with clinically-studied, carefully-formulated products that will help you reach your full potential.

Take a look at the individual products included in this hearty kit.

Cardio Protect Kit

$150/120 CV, Save $52!

1 Metabolic LDL
Synergy’s newest product, Metabolic LDL, contains a powerful main ingredient, Citrus bergamia Risso extract, and a proprietary blend of high-ORAC antioxidants that help to support total cholesterol and triglyceride levels, as well as blood sugar levels. Watch the Metabolic LDL video, HERE.

Metabolic LDL was the focus of a 12-week clinical study published in the Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology! View the clinical study, HERE.

1 Omega-3
Omega-3 fatty acids have long been touted for their powerful cardiovascular support. Your body does not produce omega-3 fatty acids on its own, so they must be delivered through diet and/or supplementation. Made from fish oil, but without the fishy taste, Omega-3 promotes healthy circulatory function.

2 ProArgi-9+
Synergy’s flagship product, ProArgi-9+, has been clinically-proven to increase nitric oxide production in the body, which is an essential amino acid that helps blood vessels relax, therefore, increasing circulation.

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WHY SYNERGY?

Purity / Potency / Safety / Results
Synergy products are based on science, research, and results, ensuring that they will undoubtedly work for you. The Hughes Center for Research and Innovation was designed with the goal to combat health mega-trends driven by poor diet and lifestyle choices through natural, nutritionally therapeutic products. Outfitted with state-of-the-art instrumentation, the Hughes Center is the hub of Synergy WorldWide’s new product development.

Utilizing the center’s advanced technology, Hughes Center scientists verify the identity, purity, and potency of potential product ingredients and work to discover powerful and unique product formulations that support metabolic health through the gut microbiome. If a formulation proves itself in clinical studies, it joins Synergy’s family of Elite Health products.

Quality Assurance / Quality Manufacturing
In conjunction with its parent company NSP, Synergy WorldWide controls all of its own product manufacturing and testing. The company simply refuses to leave the quality of its products in the hands of someone else. Our manufacturing facility consists of four quality assurance labs, each of which plays a specific role in ensuring product quality. Our scientists have nearly 600 unique tests at their disposal to determine the quality, purity, and potency of all raw materials and finished products. Both raw materials and finished products undergo up to 10 days of testing.


Throwback Thursday: The Heart Through History Infographic

Throwback Thursday: The Heart Through History Infographic

At Synergy, every month is Heart Health Month thanks to Synergy’s proven, effective flagship product, ProArgi-9+. But in February, we recommit ourselves to heart health by joining the official Heart Health Month movement to share awareness about common heart dangers and celebrate the magnificent muscle.

Take a look at some interesting tidbits and exciting discoveries made about the heart in the infographic above. By learning about the heart, we can spread awareness of cardiovascular health and make a difference in the lives of those impacted by heart disease.

Like the infographic above? Click to download a printable version you can keep!

HEART HISTORY INFOGRAPHIC


Celebrate Heart Health Month in February!

Celebrate Heart Health Month in February!

Synergy WorldWide is happy to participate in this year’s Heart Health Month! Every February,
individuals and companies around the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries around the world take part in Heart Health Month to increase awareness of cardiovascular disease and fight to prevent it.

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the world. About 17.9 million people die of cardiovascular disease in the world every year–that’s 31 percent of all deaths. In the U.S. alone, about 610,000 people die of heart disease. Of these, 525,000 are a first heart attack and 210,000 happen in people who have already had a heart attack.

Together, we can make small changes every day to help prevent heart disease. Controlling and preventing risk factors is especially important for people who already have heart disease. To lower your risk:

• Watch your weight.
• Quit smoking, and stay away from secondhand smoke
• Control your cholesterol and blood pressure
• If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation
• Get active and eat healthy

At Synergy, our goal is not only to raise awareness of this disease, but also to celebrate the heart and its amazing role in the body. After all, it is your body’s hardest working muscle. Your heart deserves special care and attention, and that is our forte.

This month, we pledge to do our part to raise awareness about heart disease and its effects. Happy Heart Health Month everyone!

Sources:
https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm
https://www.who.int/cardiovascular_diseases/en/