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Becoming healthy must a priority for everyone. It is an essential factor to living a healthy and enjoyable lifestyle. Although, it is easy to achieve a good level of health and fitness, it is undeniable true that many men and women overlooked the simple steps to becoming healthy. Know more about how to be healthy and physically fit..
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Detecting Nutritional Deficiencies -- A healthy diet can provide all a growing body needs but the reality of our busy lifestyles and sometime finicky eating patterns can lead to vitamin deficiency. SYMPTOMS are actually better indicators of nutritional deficiency than signs.
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Heart Disease Risk Factor: High Blood Pressure. Blood pressure is the force of blood against the walls of the arteries. High blood pressure (hypertension) increases your chance of heart disease, and is dangerous because it often has no symptoms. Prevent high blood pressure by reducing sodium (salt) intake, being active, and keeping a healthy weight. Learn more in this infographic or visit HeartTruth.gov. #HeartTruth #heart #health #cardiovascular #cvd #disease
Heart Disease Risk Factor: Physical Inactivity. Inactive people are nearly twice as likely to develop heart disease as those who are active. The good news is that physical activity can protect your heart and you don't have to run a marathon to see benefits. Regular physical activity can also reduce your chances of developing high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Learn more in this infographic or visit HeartTruth.gov. #HeartTruth #heart #health #cardiovascular #cvd #disease
Heart Disease Risk Factor: High Cholesterol. When there is too much cholesterol—a fat-like substance—in your blood, it builds up in the walls of your arteries and increases your risk of developing heart disease. Know your total cholesterol, your LDL (bad) cholesterol, and you’re your HDL (good) cholesterol, and triglycerides. Make an appointment to get tested. Learn more in this infographic or visit HeartTruth.gov. #HeartTruth #heart #health #cardiovascular #cvd #disease
Heart Disease Risk Factor: Being Overweight or Obese. Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is important for overall health and can help you prevent and control many diseases and conditions. About two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight or obese. If you are overweight or obese, you are at higher risk of developing heart disease. Learn more in this infographic or visit HeartTruth.gov. #HeartTruth #heart #health #cardiovascular #cvd #disease