7 Tips to Keep Your Heart Healthy

heartHeart disease and stroke are very dangerous conditions and now more young people are being affected according to the third National Health And Morbidity Survey. Unhealthy diet, rich in saturated/trans-fat, lack of fibre, excessive salt intake combined with the lack of activity increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases.1. Follow the guiding principles of balance, moderation and varietyEat all foods from the various groups of the food pyramid in moderate portions and choose from a variety of food items within each food group.2. Eat more fiberFibre helps improve blood cholesterol levels, stabilise blood glucose levels, maintain healthy weight and lower the risk of CVD risk factors.3. Be physically activePhysical activity, especially aerobic exercises, helps to strengthen the heart muscles, reduce stress levels, improve metabolism and increase the level of HDL cholesterol.4. Keep a healthy body weightMaintaining a healthy weight or reducing extra weight can significantly reduce the risk of CVD and its risk factors.5. Screen for risk factors regularly Every year you should check for blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose level.6. Reduce stress and get enough restStress is able to increase blood pressure. Try to have a eigh hours sleep and relax during the day.7. Stop smoking if you doThose who smoke a pack of cigarettes a day double their risk of heart attack compared to non-smokers.Smokers who quit start to improve their heart health and reduce their risk for CVD immediately.Read more at http://www.star2.com. 

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