Tips for a Healthier Lifestyle and Heart Disease Prevention


Holiday seasons make us susceptible to overeat. Overeating and unhealthy eating makes us susceptible to heart disease. We know the drill: eating healthy food, exercising, and maintaining a healthy weight can help keep the risk of heart attacks at bay, yet so many people ignore this simple advice. 

The Harris Poll (Harris Insights & Analytics), one of the world’s best market research, strategy firms, and leader of public opinion, showed that more than half of the people who heart disease actually have another family member who’s had a heart attack. Yet, according to marketing agency Berlin Cameron, nearly half of these people are also overweight.

True To Your Heart is here to prevent these risks and provide some heart healthy tips. Making some of these heart healthy swaps and meal prep can help you stave off heart disease.

For instance, let’s say you’re making deviled eggs. Try using double eggs instead of using a full fat mayo. With healthier alternatives like yogurt, you can totally use a lighter version of your favorite meals. It’s a great start to a healthier diet. 

The best way to get started on a healthier lifestyle is to talk to your doctor so you can learn your specific health needs and what you can do to lower those heart disease risk factors. 

But the most important tip is to get started!

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