You can Improve Your Heart Health by

Simply Rebalancing Your Diet

We often believe that we can prevent heart diseases if we avoid deep fried foods & hydrogenated fats.

But did you know?

The amount of fiber & refined carbs in your diet plays an important role too. In fact, excess consumption of refined carbs coupled with a low fiber diet is the leading cause of poor heart health.

In our modern fast-paced lives, we generally tend to pick processed foods for the convenience they offer. However, these ‘convenient’ foods are nutritionally poor and full of refined carbs.

It is the frequent consumption of such foods that has resulted in increased instances of cardiovascular diseases.

In fact, globally, one in three adults suffer from cardiovascular diseases.

The Right Nutrient Balance

A study by INTERHEART showed that daily consumption of high fiber foods with regular physical activity can help reduce myocardial infarction i.e. heart attacks by as much as 40%.

Additionally, plant-based diets have been proven to be good for heart health and are endorsed by professional healthcare societies.

So how does this work? 

Plant-based foods have more fiber and antioxidants which are a must for improved heart health.

Moreover, meeting your protein requirements is shown to support weight loss, improve metabolism, and thereby manage cholesterol & promote cardiovascular health.

Manage your Heart Health Better with Prolicious*

At Prolicious, we make your favorite everyday foods into nutritious meals so you can eat what you love, guilt-free.

We use good quality kitchen ingredients and plant proteins from natural sources and no refined carbs.

Minimum 20% protein

More Fiber

More Vitamins & Minerals

*we make nutritionally balanced foods (not diabetic foods) that are ideal for everyone, including those with diabetes.

The Impact of Our Foods

Arun Chogle, a 68-year-old man saw a 34% lowered Triglycerides in a span of 3 months.