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Author Topic: Heart disease  (Read 9254 times)

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Offline jenniferchristy

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Heart disease
« on: February 11, 2009, 06:19:18 am »
Another risk factor for heart disease is diabetes, a chronic disease of insulin deficiency or resistance. Cholesterol is a type of a lipid, a soft, fat like substance that serves as a source of fuel. Excessive cholesterol can cause buildup of plaque. Limit daily alcohol intake to three ounces or fewer to prevent heart disease.

You cannot control every risk factor for heart disease such as family history but you can definitely do something about your behavior.

Offline crystalrojan

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Re: Heart disease
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2009, 01:48:06 am »
Another risk factor is Physical inactivity — An inactive lifestyle is a risk factor for coronary heart disease. Regular, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity helps prevent heart and blood vessel disease. The more vigorous the activity, the greater your benefits. However, even moderate-intensity activities help if done regularly and long term. Physical activity can help control blood cholesterol, diabetes and obesity, as well as help lower blood pressure in some people.

Offline steverd

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Re: Heart disease
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2010, 02:56:33 am »
Another risk factor for heart disease is diabetes, a chronic disease of insulin deficiency or resistance. Cholesterol is a type of a lipid, a soft, fat like substance that serves as a source of fuel. Excessive cholesterol can cause buildup of plaque. Limit daily alcohol intake to three ounces or fewer to prevent heart disease.

You cannot control every risk factor for heart disease such as family history but you can definitely do something about your behavior.

Yes this true every risk can not be control but few care can be taken like we should avoid eating fatty food, avoid alcohol and yes less sugar intake.

 


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