HeartBrand Certified Akaushi is heart healthy

What says “heart health month” better than HeartBrand beef? Absolutely nothing!

The month of February is dedicated to encouraging people to make heart-healthy choices and preventative measures to make sure you are living a heart-healthy life. The heart foundation has made it their mission to educate people about living a healthy lifestyle and reducing risks associated with heart disease.

Here at HeartBrand Certified Akaushi Beef we are also dedicated to your heart (and overall) health! Our 100% certified, all natural Akaushi beef not only tastes great but is also great for your health. HeartBrand’s Akaushi beef has a unique composition and ratio of healthy fats to help lower your cholesterol (one of the leading risk factors for heart disease).

HeartBrand’s Akaushi beef’s extraordinary health benefits stems from three main features:
1. A higher concentration of monounsaturated fat relative to saturated fat. The American Heart Assocation notes this can lead to lower cholesterol, the prevention of coronary heart disease and weight loss.
2. Natural source of oleic acid, the compound found in olive oil that the USDA touts as good for the heart. Oleic acid is what gives HeartBrand’s Akaushi beef its unique buttery taste.
3. Akaushi naturally provides a high level of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA). Extensive research over the past ten years has shown that CLA can improve immune system performance, help fight a variety of cancers and can reduce the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Akaushi is breaking down the stereotypes of red meat and your health by providing a healthy option for meat lovers in a high-quality package. HeartBrand beef is good for your body, heart and waistline.

Celebrate heart health month with the best eating experience you’ve ever had. Heartbrand’s Certified Akaushi beef is changing the way you eat red meat!

Order yours today, your health deserves it, https://heartbrandbeef.com/shop/

Comments 1

  1. They say that red meat may have an inflammatory effect on some sensitive people. Do you have any research regarding the Akaushi beef?

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