Surprisingly, even in this age of availability to superb health medicine, a wealth of information about exercise, and a plethora of healthy foods to choose from, heart disease is still the number one killer of Americans today. Why? Heart disease is largely preventable as the incidence of this disease is mostly attributed to unhealthy lifestyle habits. Reverse the bad behaviors and substitute good behaviors and your risk of heart disease goes away, right? Well, for the most part, this is true although some heart disease risk is attributed to biological factors. There's nothing you can do about the parents you chose but you can certainly change your lifestyle to lessen your risk.
Here are some steps you can take now to reduce your risk of getting heart disease:
BOTTOM LINE: Lessen your risk of getting heart disease by eating a nutritious diet, exercising regularly, drinking alcohol in moderation, and not smoking.
Brian Danley, CFT
"Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going."
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I'm a personal trainer who loves to help others fulfill their health and fitness goals. I consider myself a bodybuilder in that I live the lifestyle of eating healthy food, working out regularly, and sculpting my body.