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Heart disease and strokes are the number one cause of death worldwide. However, almost 80 percent of all cases of cardiovascular disease is preventable.
Making some changes to your lifestyle can lower the risk of heart disease.
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Cholesterol plays a big role in heart disease. The heart association recommends getting your cholesterol levels measured every four to six years.
Smoking is the most common cause of heart disease. Smoking causes emphysema, cancer, gum disease, and harms almost every organ in your body. Tobacco smoke damages blood vessels, increases blood pressure, lowers HDL cholesterol, and causes peripheral artery disease and atherosclerosis.
Research has shown that even a few minutes of exercise leads to benefits.**It’s all about increasing the intensity.**
A high fasting blood sugar level can indicate Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes. People with diabetes are four times more likely to die from heart disease.
Aside from a medical issue, you can do two things to improve your blood sugar control: exercise and eating smart.
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