Love Your Heart Naturally
Announced Canadian Better Living Featuring Dr. Marla Shapiro
Delray Beach, FL.,– Highly-acclaimed physician and health advisor, Dr. Marla Shapiro appears as a special guest for the upcoming episode of the Canadian Better Living television series. This special edition program is scheduled to air nationally on Food Network and CTV, as secured independent programming; check your local listings. Now in its third year, the half-hour program explores the most important issues and topics related to Canadians’ health and well-being.
“This upcoming episode will include a special report titled, “The First Heart Health Probiotic”, which explores the “ first heart probiotic medically proven to maintain healthy cholesterol levels”, announced Patty Elliot-Sayer, Executive Producer of the series.
In Canada, there are many adults that have an unhealthy cholesterol level. For the first time ever, medical experts have come to recognize that gut health directly contributes to heart health. That’s where Dr. Mitchell Jones and his twin brother Ryan come in. Watch as the Jones brothers explain the science behind their recent medical breakthrough: Cardioviva™ – the first and only heart health probiotic.
This first and only probiotic is clinically proven to safely reduce bad cholesterol by 11.6 percent in adults. See the Jones brothers’ personal journey of how they prematurely lost a loved one to heart disease, left to worry about heart disease becoming a part of their futures and to reinventing the way we all treat our hearts by creating Cardioviva.
“Help maintain the amount of cholesterol your body produces that is absorbed from food with Cardioviva” said Michelle Hughes, Co- Executive Producer of the series. “Begin a new chapter with your heart today”.
Check out more information about this The First Cholesterol-Lowering Probiotic by visiting www.betterlivingtv.ca/the-first-heart-health-probiotic. The website allows visitors to watch on-demand segments on a variety of topics and provides links to many additional resources.
The Better Living television series is produced by Consumer Education Group (CEG), one of North America’s leading communications companies and producer of original programming for over 25 years in both the television broadcast and digital media forums. CEG’s other U.S. productions include In the KITCH with Chef Casey Thompson, AtHome with Accidental Housewife—Julie Edelman, MomSquad with Dr. Donnica Moore, Lauren Holly and Julie Edelman, Celebrating Women and Smart Brand/Smart Health. These initiatives unite with one purpose in mind: sharing information that is reliable, current and accessible on-demand. Each program provides education to help viewers make informed decisions on the latest topics with the most up-to-date information, delivered by industry experts. Equally recognized across Canada for outstanding informative programs, CEG produces Canadian Health & Family and Canadian Better Living, featuring renowned wellness authority Dr. Marla Shapiro.
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