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a healthy heart.

When your family’s heart health is your priority, we know that you’re willing to take additional efforts to protect them from heart related effects like cholesterol. Your food choices are an important part of your extra efforts! While you take care of yourself with your heart healthy efforts, ensure that your oil works hard as well! Choose Saffola Total, the expert solution that helps you maintain a healthy heart!

How does Saffola Total keep your heart healthy?

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Your heart deserves your complete attention!
Take care of it with Saffola Total that partners
your journey to heart health
by working on the 8 biomarkers of heart health.

The blend of two oils has an advanced antioxidant system that has the power of 5 antioxidants like Oryzanol, Vitamin E, Tocotrienols, Phytosterol and Squalene.

Know the Benefits Of the oil

Works on the 8 biomarkers
of heart health

The oil has been proven to work on the 8 biomarkers of heart health
to reduce inflammation.1

Multi-Seed Technology

The oil gives the benefits of two oils in one that helps to achieve the intake of the right kinds of fatty acids.

Vitamin A and D

The Oil fortified with Vitamin A (Retinol) and Vitamin D4helps to maintain your immune system5 and contributes to the normal absorption of calcium and phosphorus, which is important for bone health.6 The oil is great for vegetarians, as habitual Indian diets do not provide even 10% of the requirement.7

Advanced Antioxidant System

An advanced antioxidant system that has the power of 5 antioxidants like Oryzanol, Vitamin E, Tocotrienols, Phytosterol and Squalene

tips

Healthy lifestyle can come when you follow these tips

Simple yet effective steps so that your journey towards heart health becomes easier

Know Your Nutrition Well

You can reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Simply replace saturated fats in your food with unsaturated fats.

Healthy Snacking

When you crave for snacks between meals, it’s better to opt for low calorie, low fat and high fibre snacks. This helps to regulate blood glucose. Dietary fibre, particularly soluble fibre like in oats, improves glycemic control.

Go Green

Consumption of fruits and vegetables, particularly green leafy vegetables and vitamin C-rich fruits and vegetables, appears to have a protective effect against coronary heart disease.c

Don’t Go All Nuts

Take everything in moderation. For example – though nuts like almond, cashew and walnut contain good quality of fat, they also have a high content of fats. 5 almonds give you about 1 tsp of fat!d

Do what you love

It is important to like what you do, even in case of exercising. Find out an exercise that you like. It could simply be brisk walking or spending some hours at the gym.

Exercise. Repeat

You could choose a complex physical activity like going to the gym, but that’s not the only option. Something as simple as walking could be a part of your exercise.

Your favourite activities, maybe?

Cycle your way to a healthier heart! Cycling leads to reduction in body fat, resulting in better heart health. If you love swimming, here’s some good news: swimming helps to tone your heart muscles. So, aren’t you feeling charged up to pick up a new activity?

Don’t be too strict

It’s quite normal to miss out on a day of exercise. But you don’t need to worry about it! Just plan a make-up day for it and don’t double the amount of exercise during your next session!

Sleep Well

Here’s something that does not require too much effort and is also a favourite - Sleeping! A good nap plays an important role in the repair of your blood vessels and hearth. So, sleep well!

Stay away from smoking

At least 250 out of 4,000 chemical compounds found in cigarettes are harmful to health. Quit smoking!i

Family Time

Get your friends and family to join you for activities. Your exercise routine will not just be more fun, but also give you constant motivation!

Be Happy, Be Healthy

Being happy can lead to reduction in stress and control blood pressure and strengthen our hearts.

Source

  • a   Krause et al, Food and the Nutrition Care Process
  • b   National Institute of Nutrition.
  • c   http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11412050
  • d   Ghafoorunissa , diet and heart disease NIN, Hyderabad,
  • e   Ghafoorunissa , diet and heart disease NIN, Hyderabad
  • f   http://www.heart.org/idc/groups/heart public/@wcm/@hcm/documents/downloadable/ucm_300470.pdf
  • g   http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/GettingHealthy/WeightManagement/LosingWeight/5-Goals-to-Losing-Weight_UCM_307260_Article.jsp
  • h   http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3065172/ http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/sdd/why
  • i   http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/GettingHealthy/QuitSmoking/QuittingSmoking/Smoking-Do-you-really-know-the-risks_UCM_322718_Article.jsp