Support your heart health

Keeping your heart healthy

Your heart is a vital organ that pumps your blood around the body, supplying the rest of your body with oxygen and nutrients. If fatty deposits (plaque) build up in the arteries that supply the heart with blood, this can make those arteries narrower, resulting in heart disease. An unhealthy diet can increase your risk of heart disease, so it’s important to watch what you eat to decrease your risk.1

Healthy diet improves your heart health.
Healthy diet improves your heart health.
Healthy diet improves your heart health.

Support your heart health with Glucerna

Glucerna provides complete, balanced nutrition and contains nutrients to support heart health:2

Heart healthy fat blend

Heart healthy fat blend to support lipid management.3,4

Unique fat blend

Unique fat blend of polyunsaturated (omega-3, omega-6) and monounsaturated (omega-9) fat to support a healthy heart.3,4

Low in saturated fats

Low in saturated fats, trans fats and cholesterol.2

Other health benefits

Food for Special Medical Purposes. Use only under medical supervision.

*Glucerna has been shown to lower postprandial rises in blood glucose6–8 and reduce glucose fluctuations, when used as a breakfast replacement as part of a lifestyle intervention.5

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