Heart Health Collection
Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease with Omega-3s
Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. One serving of Viactiv Omega Boost provides 1,015mg of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids.† For full nutrition information for total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol content, click here.
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Tasty citrus passion flavored gel bite gummies are different – you don’t swallow them like a pill, and they aren’t chewy like a gummy. They’re soft and smooth like a gelatin dessert, with zero sugar. Plus, they're full of high-quality EPA and DHA for heart health.
EPA & DHA Support Total Heart Health
Omega-3s have been recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA) for 20+ years as best vitamins for heart and circulation. They’ve been shown to help maintain healthy blood pressure, help maintain good cholesterol levels, and provide antioxidant properties that may improve the function of the cells that line blood vessels, in turn supporting circulation.†
Viactiv Omega-3 is Clinically Proven to Boost EPA & DHA Levels in 4 Weeks
Our purified EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) from fish oil are important types of omega-3s that support heart health throughout life.† Viactiv Omega Boost contains 295mg of EPA and 720mg of DHA per serving. Learn more about Omega-3 supplements for heart health here.
In a clinical study at Western University of Health Sciences, 29 healthy people who started supplementation with Viactiv Omega Boost saw an average 50% increase in total Omega-3 levels in just 4 weeks.
How to keep your heart healthy?
The best resource is your doctor. Nutritionally speaking; omega-3s have been recommended as heart health supplements by the American Heart Association (AHA) for the past 20 years. Omega-3s are found in both plant and marine sources, but it’s important to know that not just any Omega-3 provides heart health benefits. Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA), Omega-3s specifically from marine sources such as mackerel, sardines, anchovies, and even algae, are the main source of these benefits.
Does research support heart health supplements?
It all started in Greenland over 50 years ago. The concept that fatty acids from fish could meaningfully influence cardiovascular pathways, beyond maintaining healthy cholesterol, was revolutionary. This research spearheaded more than 45,000 articles published on the benefits of Omega-3s on the body. If you are considering eating more omega-3s or taking an omega-3 supplement for cardiovascular health and as a heart healthy supplement, rest assured, the supportive research is there!
What are the best vitamins for heart and circulation?
In addition to omega-3 essential fatty acids to support healthy heart function, the heart needs vitamins, and minerals like calcium. Calcium contracts and pumps blood to all body parts through the circulatory system. Calcium supports the circulatory system by helping trigger blood vessels to tighten and relax when they need to. Blood vessels are a large part of the circulatory system and distribute oxygen rich blood, nutrients, and hormones throughout the body. In addition, proper elasticity supports healthy blood pressure. Proper elasticity allows blood to easily travel through your arteries and veins, helping keep your blood warm and delivering oxygen to your muscles and organs. Even though calcium is not often thought of as a circulatory supplement, your body needs calcium for proper elasticity of blood cells. Proper elasticity of blood vessels = healthy circulatory system.
Are calcium supplements bad for your health?
Calcium in an essential nutrient that is required for many functions in the body. Aside from building strong bones your body needs calcium to handle other important tasks: to move muscles, send messages through the nervous system, help release hormones and enzymes, and circulate blood.
What supplements help maintain a healthy heart?
There are four nutrients the heart relies on to maintain a healthy rhythm: calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium. The best way to get these nutrients is through a healthy diet. Supplementation can also help to ensure that you are getting enough of these crucial nutrients to support your heart.
How does fish oil keep your heart healthy?
A diet rich in fish and seafood has been associated with sustaining healthy heart functions such as maintaining good cholesterol levels, supporting a healthy resting blood pressure, and even providing antioxidant properties that may improve the function of the cells that line blood vessels, in turn supporting circulation.