How to Decrease Your Risk of Heart Disease by 20 percent

A study by the American Heart Association found eating more plant-based foods can reduce your risk of dying from stroke or heart disease by twenty percent.

This large study looked at the eating patterns of half a million Europeans. They found those who ate a diet composed of seventy percent plants and thirty percent animals lowered their risk of cardiovascular disease by a fifth, compared to those who consumed a high animal diet.

Science Daily:

"Instead of drastic avoidance of animal-based foods, substituting some of the meat in your diet with plant-based sources may be a very simple, useful way to lower cardiovascular mortality." - Dr. Camille Lassale, Ph.D., lead author and an epidemiologist at Imperial College London’s School of Public Health 

For a variety of healthy, plant-based juices, include CoCoa LeafGreens and BarleyLife Xtra into your daily routine, particularly if you're not the biggest fan of vegetables.

For people who love veggies, BarleyLife is a quick and easy way to get a boost of nutrition, without the mess and hassle of juicing.

Best of all, with AIM juice powders, you do not have to worry about your fruits and veggies going to waste if you do not eat them in time.
Paul Eilers is an Independent Member of The AIM Companies™