Best Heart Healthy Whole Food Supplements

March 4, 2014

in Anti-Aging,BLOGS,Blood Pressure,Diabetes,Digestion,Energy,General,Health Protection,Heart Health,Hypertension

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Ten ways whole food supplements can reduce your risk of heart disease or improve your heart health.


  1. Reduce inflammation.
  2. Lower blood pressure.
  3. Reduce and repair oxidative stress.
  4. Balance cholesterol levels.
  5. Maintain normal heart rate.
  6. Keeps blood flowing smooth and reduces risk of unhealthy clotting.
  7. Protects and detoxifies lipid (fatty) portions of the cell.
  8. Increases circulation in arteries, veins, and capillaries.
  9. Strengthens immune response and increases endurance.
  10. Regulates homocysteine. (Homocysteine is often related to sudden death heart attacks including in young people.)

Grab an orange; eat the whole thing – rind and pulp. Yep, even the white part! You don’t get just ‘ascorbic acid’. You get all the nutrients including all the natural bioflavonoids.

It’s the ‘synergy’ of the ‘whole food’ that helps you absorb and benefit from eating the entire orange that give ‘whole food supplements’ their power. Supplements derived from isolated parts of food or chemically produced (synthetics) are not recognized by your body in the same way as ‘whole food’.

All the nutrients in food or whole food supplements are interdependent on one another. The full family of nutrients works together in supporting your cells, tissues, organs, and other systems.

Whole food supplements are the Real Deal! They give you the correct balance of nutrients just like in the whole food. They leave no gaps or holes in the nutrition your body needs.

They supply you with a complete nutrient foundation without eating too many calories! Even though you try to eat healthy they can take some of the stress out of planning your meals.

heart-conditonEach of the following heart healthy whole food supplements provides the nutrients for your best heart function.


Salmon Oil Plus has all 8 members of the omega-3 fatty acid family.

  • Reduces and heals inflammation.
  • Reduces triglycerides and balances cholesterol.
  • Reduces and controls blood pressure.
  • Makes blood slicker (not thinner) so it flows smoother reducing clotting potential.
  • Cleans arteries by replacing bad fats with healthy fats.

Carotenoid Complex is the most complete whole-food sourced carotenoid supplement on the market.

  • Protects lipid (fatty) portions of the cell from oxidation. Human clinical trials showed proof of reduction in oxidation of LDL cholesterol; conducted by USDA researchers and published in the journal, Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine.
  • Supports normal cell growth and renewal. Boosts immune cells by 37% in just 20 days – clinical proof from USDA researchers!
  • Promotes cardiovascular health by reducing inflammation at the cellular level.
  • Repairs and reverses oxidative stress damage to artery walls.

Vitamin E Plus delivers the entire E family, all 8 members; 4 tocopherols and 4 tocotrienols in nature’s balanced ratios not just alpha-tocopherol alone.

  • Increases circulation in arteries, veins, and capillaries.
  • Detoxifies effects of rancid fats.
  • Tackles free radicals in the fatty membranes of cells and in the blood.
  • Strengthens immune response and increases endurance.
  • Promotes cardiovascular health and improves cardiovascular vitality.
  • Can cut heart attack risk by 75%.

Garlic Allium Complex provides allium vegetables; garlic, onions, chives and leeks.

  • Maintains healthy blood pressure.
  • Helps keep cholesterol levels healthy.
  • Supports healthy immune responses.
  • Supports normal cell growth and renewal.
  • Lowers risk of infection and inflammation.

Lipotropic Adjunct provides lipotropic factors, choline, inositol, betaine, folic acid, and vitamins B6 and B12.

  • Keeps fats emulsified in the blood, important to circulation.
  • Regulates homocysteine, a potent oxidant often present in sudden death heart attacks.
  • Reduces the buildup of unwanted fat in the liver.
  • Cleans blood vessels of cholesterol plaque.
  • Supports the overall arterial wall health.
  • Mobilizes and utilizes dietary fats.
  • In short, acts as a ‘rooter rooter’ for arteries and blood vessels.


  • Supports muscle control (the heart is a muscle.)
  • Assists fat metabolism throughout the bloodstream.
  • Prevents accumulation of fat on the artery walls.
  • Supports nerve structure and impulses.

Tre’ is a Nutritional Essence of Super Fruits

  • Fights the aging process.
  • Protects against oxidative stress.
  • Fights inflammation.

Chelated Cal-Mag with 1000 IU vitamin D

  • Regulates the cardiovascular system.
  • Benefits nerve, membrane and muscle function.
  • Involved in heart muscle contraction and relaxation.
  • Helps maintain healthy blood pressure levels.

All Natural Fiber Food & Drink Mix

  • Helps prevent heart disease.
  • Manages healthy cholesterol levels.

Formula IV Plus

NeoLife Shake is a tasty, scrumptious meal replacement protein shake. It has all 22 amino acids in the proper ratio with a PDCAAS of 1.73 (protein digestibility score).

  • Keeps blood sugar at healthy levels.
  • Minimizes fat storage and promotes fat burning.
  • Promotes lean muscle retention.
  • Promotes healthy digestion, and heart health.
  • Helps with weight management (obesity is a major risk factor of heart disease.)

You may have noticed some repetition in the above benefits. This is because all the above supplements synergize and work together for optimal results.


We all know we should eat better, exercise, get the right amount of sleep, and reduce stress. Nobody is perfect.

My own father had an amazing recovery from congestive heart failure caused by a defective heart valve. Read his story here.


My husband and I have always tried to eat healthy. Of course we know now that some of our knowledge was flawed through the years. The role of nutrition and our health has evolved over the years.

Unfortunately my husband had a battle with his blood pressure and a high level of stress throughout much of his working years. There is no doubt in our minds that the NeoLife Whole Food Supplements has saved his life and has continued to give him nutritional support even after 4-way bypass heart surgery in 2006.

Now we have learned that bypasses can fail and that up to 50 percent do fail within 10 years. Last year, an angiogram confirmed that 2 of his 4 bypasses have failed. One rerouted itself. (Isn’t the human body amazing?) The other failed bypass probably caused a heart attack and has cut off the blood flow to a portion of his heart.

Folks, this is permanent heart damage!

What are we doing?

  1. Eating as healthy as absolutely possible.
  2. Exercising regularly.
  3. Doing what we can to reduce and handle stress in a healthy manner.
  4. Taking our NeoLife Whole Food Supplements without fail.

Are you really being realistic in thinking you are getting all the nutrition you need from your daily diet?

If you are already taking supplements are they really giving you what they promise? More than likely not; there are very few on the market up to that standard. That is the reason you need NeoLife in your life.

A good place to start is the basics. It’s a great way to reduce the stress!

healthy-heartNeoLife ProVitality+ is the best foundation for a healthy heart. It’s a simple and easy way to guarantee you are getting the basics.

Perhaps in the above benefits you noticed some symptoms that are of concern to you. We all have some. For instance: how many people do you know that have a problem with high blood pressure? Simply add Salmon Oil Plus, Garlic Allium and Chelated Cal-Mag with Vitamin D3 to the ProVitality+.

Other heart specific questions? Contact me.

Get started today with the top whole food supplements in the world! It’s the right time right now! You can put it off but when is it going to be too late?

Don’t let a heart attack or heart disease sneak up on you or your loved one!



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Pat has been married to the same man for 52 years, is the mother of 3 adult children, and grandma to 8 grandchildren. Growing up in the country gave her a head start to living a healthy lifestyle.  This grandma became interested in nutrition as a mother and for the past 27 plus years she has specialized in teaching others the importance of good nutrition.  Challenges along the road have been many; her father overcoming congestive heart failure with nutrition, her husband's battle with GERD and dealing with major heart issues, her daughter's battle with a brain tumor, her grandson beating Hodgkin's Lymphoma, her mother's stage 4 lung cancer, her mom-n-law's dementia, and others.  Her goal is to empower the future health of others with wisdom, knowledge and common sense so they can have the BEST REAL HEALTH possible. 


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1 Susan Schiller March 9, 2014 at 7:16 pm

Pat, you're like an encylopedia of health information, leaving me in awe of the bodies we've been given to steward. I can see why you're so passionate, especially with what you're mother is going through, battling cancer… and all that your husband went thru with a quardruple bypass. Praise God he's doing well, even after two bypasses failed. You're saving lives with the products your offer and the information to go with it!


2 Pat Moon March 10, 2014 at 8:48 pm

Thank you, Susan, for your kind words. 

God designed our bodies in such a way that when we give them the proper tools they can mend amazingly well especially when we look to Him and trust Him. Every day we praise God for the health and opportunities He has blessed our family with. 

Healthy Blessings to you.



3 Carolyn Hughes March 9, 2014 at 2:08 pm

Your articles are always so full of information that I didn't know and you have me convinced that I really need to take looking after my heart more seriously.

I read your comment about eating a whole orange with interest too, I would never have considered eating it all before now. Time to give it a go.

Thanks Pat!


4 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 6:49 pm

Hi Carolyn,

Really I do not eat the whole orange. However I do eat a good part of the white stuff inbetween the orange pulp and peel. I’ve always eaten it even as a child. I believe the peel would be too bitter although orange zest used in some recipes is grated orange peel. Of course, I gave the example to make the point that God made food with a balance of nutrients that all work together in a synergistic way to give us the most benefit. Supplements derived from whole foods should have that same balance of nutrients.

I’m glad you find my articles informative and yes, we do all need to be aware of how to nourish and care for our heart. After all it must function properly in order for us to have the energy to do the tasks we need to do each day. Believe me, when your heart is not healthy it affects your entire being.

God bless you!



5 Martha Giffen March 7, 2014 at 2:53 pm

I always learn SO much when I visit your site!  Another fantastic article!


6 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 10:45 am

H Martha,

Its a ‘feel good moment’ for me to read that you ‘learn SO much’ when you visit my site. Its then that I realize my efforts are worth keeping on keeping on sharing the good news of nutrition and health.

Thanks SO much!



7 Sharon ODay March 6, 2014 at 3:41 pm

I know how carefully you research "what does what" and how effectively.  And I know you've applied so much to your own family members to extend their lives every way you can.  That makes your information that much more credible.  Thank you for sharing your life-giving and life-preserving lessons learned, Pat.  You do us each such a service!


8 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 10:42 am

Thank you so much for your kind words, Sharon.

Helping others be healthy is my mission.

Blessings, Pat


9 veronica March 6, 2014 at 12:08 pm

Thans so much for the great information. I definitely need to incorporate supplements in my daily diet


10 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 10:40 am

Hi Veronica,

You are young. What I say is “Hang on to that youth by taking care of yourself.” 

Check into our NeoLife Supplements. The ProVitality+ is the best place to start.

Your old age will thank you for the care you took while young.



11 Connie, Side Gig Coach March 5, 2014 at 9:37 pm

Ugh…I wish I could get my son to follow even just a few of these great tips!  I could follow a few more myself, actually 🙂


12 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 10:37 am

Hi Connie,

Forward this article to your son, Connie. Sometimes a 3rd party is more influencial than Mom. 

Take care of yourself and your son will see what you are doing without you having to say anything.

Blessings and good health!



13 marielle altenor March 5, 2014 at 7:10 pm

Great information there. Many are unaware how benifitial healthy eating is good for their heart.


14 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 10:35 am

Hi Marielle,

Our hearts are very adaptable but they do need the proper tools to stay healthy throughout a long life. Eating healthy, proper exercise and taking supplements can certainly give the heart the tools to stay healthy or even heal from damage already in place.

Take care of your heart!



15 Alexandra McAllister March 5, 2014 at 5:27 pm

This is excellent info, Pat. Eating healthy, exercise and taking supplement have certainly improved my life. Prevention is definitely key! Thanks for sharing!


16 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 10:31 am

Hi Alexandra,

Hoping your Gracie is better soon. Have you tried Salmon Oil for her? It has helped several of our older dogs who have had painful hips? I don’t know why it would not be benefical for their heart? 

Yes; eating healthy, exercise and taking supplements are all key in preventing health issues for both human and doggies.

Bless your day!



17 Tina March 5, 2014 at 3:42 pm

If you have been reading anything from me, you know the expert at the flower shop is Pamela. 5 years ago last October she had a massive heart attack followed by 5-way bypass surgery. They kept asking me how many cigarettes she smokes a day (she's never had one). Anyway, they gave her 6 months to live when I wheeled her out of telemery after spending only one night. She is a walking miracle. What has she changed? Not much except that she walks. And walks. And walks. Just a reminder that life is short and you need to get off your duff and walk!


18 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:47 am

Hi Tina,

I love, love to hear success stories. Yes, walking on a regular basis is very, very important for good health. It does so much for the cardio and lymph systems. Eating properly and getting adequate nutrition with additional supplements can add to the benefits of walking. It is amazing.

Thanks for sharing Pamela’s story in more detail.



19 Joan Harrington March 5, 2014 at 3:23 pm

Thanks Pat for sharing!!! Great info here!!!!


20 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:42 am

Hi Joan,

Happy for your visit to my blog. 

Wishing you healthy success!



21 Roslyn March 5, 2014 at 3:08 pm

Pat, I read your bio and you have had many loved ones deal with hsevere health issues. Fortunately you took on learning abput nutrition to be a guide and support. We take supplements and eat whole foods. hubby still has too many processed foods and breads but I cut that out years ago. Thanks for passing your knowledge on.


22 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:41 am

Hi Roslyn,

Yes, we have had some serious health issues in our family and it seems continue to have more. My studies into more natural approaches has been very benefical for our family and friends. Just last week I had 3 different phone calls, 2 friends and 1 relative. All 3 have cancer. It is just devastating to receive those types of calls yet I can give them hope beyond and on top of the just the typical medical approach. Yes, we do have to use the medical approach but it can be enhanced with good food and supplementation.

I hope your hubby will make those tough changes away from the processed foods and breads soon. As you know, his health will appreciate that decision.

Happy to share things I have learned and continue to learn.



23 Heather Cameron March 5, 2014 at 2:28 pm

Well presented information. Eating whole food is important for all for all of us. Learning what our bodies really need verus what we've trained them to think they want is so important.


24 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:29 am

Hi Heather,

Thank you! Teaching our body to crave the good nutrition is so important. Many people simply do not realize when their body is trying to tell them something is not good for them. So often we only use out taste buds to direct what we eat. We need to listen to our body and its reactions to certain foods.

So happy to have you visit.



25 Meryl March 5, 2014 at 1:55 pm

Prevention is key and what a great list you have created here. Eating whole foods can do so much good for your body. Supplements are also fantastic. It's important to listen to your body. Many poeple never understand how foods and supplements really work to benefit us now and in the future. Taking care of yourself is so important. The better you are the more you have to offer others. 


26 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:24 am

Hi Meryl,

Yes, yes, yes! 

Thanks for your support!



27 Nate March 5, 2014 at 1:04 pm

I have to be honest.. for most of my life I've a pretty healthy eater.  Take supplments regularly, and consistently, I'll miss a few days here and there.  Recently, I started to juice in the mornings to get most of my nutrients and love it!


28 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:23 am

Hi Nate,

You are wise to be able to say you have eaten healthy most of your life. Most people cannot say that. Juicing is good in moderation. Too much juicing can raise your blood sugar. That is the mistake many people make.

Good pure whole food is key!



29 Jacquelyn Gioertz March 5, 2014 at 12:49 pm

What great info! Thank you so much for sharing the breakdown as to why whole foods make a difference!


30 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:20 am

Hi Jacquelyn,

Whole foods and whole food supplements are the way to feed your body the nutrients it needs to be healthy.

Thanks for visiting.



31 A. Lynn Jesus March 5, 2014 at 11:30 am

What a great list! And prevention sure is important. Easier to keep something healthier in the first place, than recover. I will check this list against my current supplements – make sure I'm well rounded. Thanks for sharing this psot.


32 Pat Moon March 9, 2014 at 9:18 am

Hi A Lynn,

Absolutely it is much easier to stay healthy rather than need to reverse damage already done. What are your current supplements?

Stay healthy!



33 Kungphoo March 5, 2014 at 9:51 am

It's amazing how many great things you can do to keep your heart healthy. This is a great list of supplements and I will definitely be looking into them. Thank you for sharing these! I don't know if I could eat a whole orange, but the others sound good! lol 🙂


34 Pat Moon March 7, 2014 at 12:15 pm

Hi Robert,

I really don’t eat the whole orange but was using it as an illustration. I do eat the white part inside the outside peel. I’ve always done that even since I was a kid. Must have been my internal instincts seeking all the nutrients!

Yes, I do suggest you at least take the basic program for good health. It will do your heart good as well as the rest of your body. NeoLife Provitality+ is the way to start! At age 70, almost 71, I take 2 packs daily.

Keep you health!



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