澳洲论文代写 Biology代写: 心脏健康的心脏维生素

澳洲论文代写 Biology代写: 心脏健康的心脏维生素

澳洲论文代写 Biology代写:  心脏健康的心脏维生素

本篇论文讲述的是心脏是你身体最重要的器官之一。它是一个肌肉器官,作为你自己的内部“泵”。这个拳头大小的泵似乎是你的一小部分,但它是负责运输的氧气和养分在整个不同的组织和器官,你的身体通过血液循环。

你只有一颗心。不像其他的器官,来对像肺、肾脏、卵巢和眼睛,你的心没有备份,万一失败,…没有“B计划”,它应该停止工作。除非你有比索支付风险的心脏手术数以百万计,最好只照顾和保持你的唯一的心,连同其他器官和心血管系统的组织处于最佳状态。以上为中文简介不是本论文必须部分

The heart is one of the most vital organs of your body. It is a muscular organ which serves as your very own internal “pump”. This fist-size pump may seem to be a small part of you, but it is responsible for the transportation of oxygen and nutrients throughout the different tissues and organs of your body via blood circulation.

You only have one heart. Unlike other organs that come in pairs like the lungs, kidneys, ovaries and eyes, you heart has no backup in case it fails… no “plan B” should it stop working. Unless you have millions of Pesos to pay for risky heart surgery, it’s best to just take care and keep your one and only heart – together with the other organs and tissues of the cardiovascular system – in tip top shape.

Heart Vitamins

Keeping your overall health in mint condition naturally gives you a healthy heart. However, there are some people, no matter how young and healthy they look physically, are genetically more inclined to develop cardiovascular problems like hypertension and heart disease. There are also those who just don’t want to risk messing up with their only blood pump, so keeping it healthy is a priority.

For those who want to keep extra care of their heart, here’s some good news for you: science has been able to pinpoint certain nutrients that can contribute to the well-being of your cardiovascular system. These are called “heart vitamins” and can be found both naturally in food and in your local pharmacy in form of oral supplements. By including heart vitamins in your daily diet, you get a better chance of fighting the onset of heart disease and other cardiovascular problems.

Here are some of the most known and widely-recommended heart vitamins available today:

B Vitamins

Vitamin B6 (also called pyridoxine), Vitamin B9 (also known as folate or folic acid), and Vitamin B12 (also called cobalamine or cyanocobalamine in supplement form) are the B Vitamins that are responsible for helping the body remove homocysteine (i.e. an amino acid used normally by the body in cellular metabolism and the manufacture of proteins) from the blood. Elevated concentrations of homocysteine in the blood may increase risk of developing heart disease by enhancing blood clotting and damaging blood vessel lining.

Vitamin B3 (known commonly as niacin) has also been seen by some studies as a B vitamin that may improve heart health. According to some studies, Vitamin B3 helps reduce bad cholesterol and increases levels of the good type. Lower cholesterol levels (the bad type) contributes in achieving good heart health.

Naturally, you can find most of the B vitamins in whole, unprocessed foods, especially meat and meat products like liver and tuna. Other good sources for B vitamins are whole grains, potatoes, bananas and beans. It is recommended to have 50mg of Vitamin B3 and B6, 1,000-2,000 mcg of Vitamin B12 and about 400 mcg of Vitamin B9 everyday.

All B vitamins are water-soluble, meaning they can easily be destroyed by cooking and any form of heating, so we are encouraged to replenish them regularly. If you think you can’t get the recommended daily allowance from food, there are affordable oral supplements available in local pharmacies.

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