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Is Your Youth Hiding in Your Arteries?

February 25, 2015

Did you know your heart pumps something like 1,800 gallons of blood through your veins and arteries each day? If you stretched them all end-to-end, they’d measure an incredible 60,000 miles.

This flow of blood nourishes your heart, brain, muscles, kidneys, genitals and more. So it stands to reason if you have reduced blood flow, it will impact every organ in your body.

In other words, it’s not just your cardiovascular health that’s affected by a sluggish flow of blood. It also means you get tired more easily, you become more forgetful and your sex drive slips away. Your metabolism changes, steps seem steeper and maybe your hair is turning gray.

You just…well…start feeling old! This makes it especially important to keep your blood vessels in top-notch shape.

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