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Improve Your Heart Health with Gilliam Insurance

Improve Your Heart Health!

As we step into the month of February, it’s not just about Valentine’s Day; it’s also American Heart Month – a time to focus on heart health and well-being. This month we are merging the theme of love with essential tips for maintaining a healthy heart throughout the month and beyond. Additionally, discover how Gilliam Insurance Advisor can play a crucial role in supporting your journey towards a healthier lifestyle.

Heart-Healthy Tips
  1. Nutrition for the Heart:
    February is an ideal time to reevaluate your diet. Consider incorporating heart-healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Opt for unsaturated fats and limit the intake of saturated and trans fats. Fun fact: I can provide guidance on insurance policies that cover nutrition counseling or wellness programs!
  2. Stay Active:
    Physical activity is a cornerstone of heart health. Many insurance policies offer coverage for gym memberships or fitness programs. Whether it’s yoga, jogging, or hitting the gym, find an activity that you enjoy and fits your lifestyle. 
  3. Regular Health Check-ups:
    Routine health check-ups are vital for detecting and managing potential heart issues. Many policies cover preventive care, ensuring that you have access to regular screenings and health assessments.
  4. Manage Stress Levels:
    High stress levels can contribute to heart problems. Incorporate stress-management techniques such as meditation, deep breathing, or engaging in hobbies. Some insurance policies may cover mental health services.

*Note: If you DO have a heart condition, please reach out. There are special plans that cut medical costs and can include a monthly credit for groceries that does not have to be low income to qualify. You can also enroll into this all year long.

Let me help guide you on the perfect insurance fit!

Valentine’s Day and Heart Health

Valentine’s Day is synonymous with expressions of love, and what better way to show love than by taking care of your heart and the hearts of your loved ones? Consider celebrating with heart-healthy activities:

  1. Cook a Heart-Healthy Meal Together:
    Prepare a nutritious, homemade meal with your loved ones. Choose recipes that feature heart-healthy ingredients and enjoy the process of cooking and sharing a delicious meal.
  2. Outdoor Activities:
    Instead of a traditional dinner date, opt for outdoor activities. Take a romantic stroll, go for a hike, or participate in a physical activity that brings you closer while benefiting your heart.
  3. Gifts that Promote Wellness:
    Consider wellness-related gifts such as fitness trackers, cooking classes, or a subscription to a healthy meal kit. Gilliam Insurance Advisor can assist in finding policies that cover these types of wellness-related expenses.
Gilliam Insurance Advisor – Your Partner in Heart Health

Gilliam Insurance Advisor understands the importance of a healthy heart and offers personalized insurance solutions to support your well-being. Whether it’s coverage for gym memberships, nutrition counseling, or preventive care, we are committed to helping you access the resources needed for a heart-healthy lifestyle.

This February, let love extend beyond Valentine’s Day into a commitment to heart health. By following these tips and leveraging the support of our insurance advisor, you can embark on a journey towards a healthier and more fulfilling life. Here’s to a heart-healthy February and beyond!

Have insurance questions? Please feel free to call me at 423-276-5807 or email me at
Brenda Gilliam, Your Insurance Agent, Medicare Insurance Agent & Extra Help Coordinator
Phone: 423-276-5807

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*We do not offer every plan available in your area. Currently we represent 13 organizations which offer 131 products in your area. Please contact, 1–800–MEDICARE, or your local State Health Insurance Program to get information on all of your options.