Attenuate Risk for Cardiovascular Disease with Lifestyle

When are we going to learn that our lifestyle choices do make a difference for our health outcomes. Last month the Journal of the American Medical Association published yet another finding underscoring this fact! Nearly 21,000 men in the Physicians’ Health Study I who were apparently healthy at baseline were followed for an average of 22.4 years. Healthy lifestyle habits, such as normal weight, not smoking, regular exercise, eating breakfast and lots of fruits and vegetables, yielded the lowest lifetime risk of developing heart failure.

PositiveTip: Remember, the choices you make today will influcnce your health many years from now!