BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- SynTech Nutrition wants to spread the word about heart health during American Heart Month.
During American Heart Month in February, SynTech Nutrition wants people to know that weightlifting is a good addition to their aerobic exercise regimen to keep their heart healthy.
A recent study at Appalachian State University found that resistance training, such as lifting weights, is good for cardiovascular health because it helps lower blood pressure.
"As a nutrition company," said Bob Wigman, director of SynTech Nutrition, "we want to do our part and spread the word that everyone needs to take heart health seriously. People may not realize that heart disease is still the No. 1 killer in the United States. Nearly 1 in 3 adults in America have high blood pressure, which is one of the leading risk factors for heart disease.
"If people want to keep their heart in good working condition," Wigman said, "they can quit smoking, control blood pressure and cholesterol levels, lose weight and exercise."
Exercise, such as lifting weights, is where SynTech Nutrition can help. SynTech, a leading European nutritional supplement company based in Belgium, is introducing 10 nutritional supplements to the U.S. consumer in 2019.
Wigman said SynTech supplements that will be on sale in America include:
- SynaVit was developed specifically for all athletes to improve resistance and to support muscle strength and physical performance. SynaVit contains all the necessary vitamins and minerals in the proper quantities and is enriched with plant extracts and antioxidants.
- SynFlex is a sophisticated formula for joints, connective tissue, and cartilage that helps improve mobility.
- SynTsize Pump is a latest-generation pre-workout product. It includes high dosages of nine active ingredients and contains 2g BCAAs per serving which maintains amino acid levels during training.
Medix Laboratories NV is the parent company of SynTech Nutrition, which distributes its scientifically-based, high-dose supplements throughout Europe, including Sweden, France, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands.
"Our Elite Series of nutritional supplements can help the beginner or the advanced athlete when they go to the gym to exercise," Wigman said. "We have made sure you are getting the best quality ingredients in the proper ratio and the correct dosage. All you have to do is exercise."
For more information on SynTech Nutrition's supplements, visit http://www.syntech-nutrition.com/en.
Please direct inquiries to:
Andrew Polin, 561-544-0719
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