Healthy Hearts

Here at Exceptional Health we support you to have a healthy heart and feel exceptional.

By transforming your health and wellbeing you can live a long and healthy life free of drugs and disease.


  • Healthy Hearts

      • Developing Heart Disease
        Heart disease kills one in three and is on the rise. The countries and communities subject to the highest rates of heart disease are also those who consume the most processed foods. In order of heart death rates, the USA, Finland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, Austria and Switzerland are the same countries eating refined sugar-rich foods, mixed with high amounts of processed animal foods, wrapped up in the worst kinds of rancid fats.


      • High blood pressure highest cause of deaths
        The biggest cause of cardiovascular deaths is hypertension or high blood pressure. Is hypertension curable? Yes; through simple diet and lifestyle changes. At least 90% of heart disease is lifestyle related. A diet rich in fruit and vegetables changes your genetic expression and can ‘turn off’ heart disease genes and protect you from cardiovascular problems – even if you are at a very high ‘genetic risk’.


      • Hypertension cured through diet and fasting
        Hypertension-related diseases are the biggest precursor to heart disease deaths.A 12-year study of 174 hypertensive patients found that consuming a plant-based wholefood diet and fasting for one month resulted in 100% medication cesation and 90% blood pressure reduction to less than 140/90. This is a 90%-100% success rate of curing hypertension with diet alone (Study from the True North Health Education Center and Cornell University, USA).


      • Fibre for a Healthy Heart
        The Japanese eat the highest levels of fibre in the developed world and have the lowest levels of heart disease. North American’s eats the lowest levels of fibre and have the highest rates of heart disease deaths. Fibre intake has a direct relationship with heart disease. Where do you get your fibre from? Plants.
  • How We Can Help

    Exceptional Health supports and inspires you to live a long and healthy life by transforming your diet, environment and lifestyle in accordance with what you need
    to have a healthy heart.

    Exceptional Health provides personalised guidance on your journey to optimum wellbeing. With Exceptional Team Support, Exercise Inspiration, Health Education & Delicious Recipes to guide you to exceptional health we can help you be well.

    Find out more about our personalised programmes.

    Consciously Creating a Healthy Heart

    What needs to be learned from this is very simply, that lifestyle cannot be eliminated from one’s heart health. It has an enormous impact on one’s health. People have lost perspective on what is appropriate body size and meal size. Every meal needs to be a conscious decision about portion size and what it is you are eating. Every day the decisions you make will have enormous impact over the long haul.

    Robert Michler, MD, surgeon-in-chief and co-director of the Montefiore Einstein Center for Heart and Vascular Care at Montefiore Medical Center in New York.


How to have a healthy heart

  • Avoid

    • Smoking Cigarettes
    • Drinking Alcohol
    • Overeating
    • Constipation
    • All fizzy/cola/energy/soft drinks
    • Sugar – in particular high sugar content processed sugars
    • Animal Fats, Trans fats (heated oils), fried fatty foods,
    • Processed Foods
    • Dairy Products
  • Increase

    • Fibre intake
    • Eating plant based wholefoods
    • Sunshine every day
    • Sleep – try to get at least 8 hours a day on average
    • Daily stretching, deep breathing, relaxing and meditation
  • Balance

    • Healthy eating
    • Healthy weight (made easy through healthy eating)
    • Regular healthy exercise
    • Maintaining flexibility – keeping active
    • Gentle but challenging weight bearing exercise
    • Regular healthy loving sex


A Word From Jason

There are ways and means of preventing, reversing and treating heart disease naturally and very effectively — without drugs. I have seen this happen with people I have worked with, my mother included. I have also known people to die young from cardiovascular diseases, years before their time, after decades of poor diet and unhealthy lifestyle. It takes time and effort to transform your heart health but it is worth it. Worth it to you, your kids, your family, your friends and hopefully, your grandchildren.

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