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Prescription for Heart Health: Find Your Purpose

  • Jan 15th, 2019
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 2-min Read

Did you know that happiness and a strong sense of emotional vitality helps lower your risk of heart disease? This statistic from the Cleveland Clinic while fun and interesting points to something our Life Care Managers (nurses) have known for a long time – your ‘spark’ or emotional connection to purpose and passion does directly impact your heart health.  While a diet rich in good fats (nuts, avocado, olive oil), fiber or even an increase in magnesium contribute to maintaining a healthier heart, don’t overlook the simplicity of finding purpose in your life.

Here’s why:

Want to find ways to increase your purpose? Connect with our Navigation team and set up a free consultation, our Life Care Managers are ready to help you unleash your inner ‘spark.’

Spark On!


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