Sunday, February 07, 2016


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Exercise and weight loss, even if moderate, can reduce risk factors for heart disease, and other conditions. Changing your lifestyle to include a healthy diet and exercise, as well as changing your attitudes towards food are all key components to success. Maintaining an exercise routine, at least 150 minutes per week, will help control weight.

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Our country has expanded the horizons for exercise. We now have facilities of all types and people are no longer considering it strange to set aside some time each day to take care of their bodies. But time is limited, so what exercise is best for you and your heart?  The heart is not the only part of the body that benefits from exercise. So…

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Lisa Nelson, RD, LN, Health Pro, answered What kind of food should i take if I… Wella03 - I am not familiar with specific dietary guidelines for heart…


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Lisa Nelson, RD, LN, Health Pro, answered If your rate doesn't change that much … Hi Seejay60,   It depends on your individual situation. I…


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Karen McPartland, RD, Health Guide, answered How long should it take for my heart… Hi SassySimpson,   Typically, you should see a 20 bpm drop in your…


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Leslie Lafayette, Health Guide, posted Exercising for Your Heart I apologize for being absent the last few weeks. About six weeks ago, I was in the car ready…




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