Eat right, feel right
Try to be active every day, aiming for 30 minutes of exercise. Vacuuming the rugs, mowing the lawn, or window shopping during lunch counts.
Exercise lowers triglycerides and boosts HDL cholesterol.
11. Don’t smoke
Smoking isn’t good for triglyceride levels, or anything else for that matter. Less is better, none is best.
12. Get enough sleep.
Sleep-deprived people are at greater risk for heart disease.
Sleep-deprived people weigh more.
Sleeping helps your body restore and heal itself.
Aim for seven to eight hours a night.
Bottom line: A healthy lifestyle trumps genes when it comes to reducing your risk for heart disease. – HealthNewsDigest.com
There is no denying it: fruits and vegetables (including beans) are nature’s superfoods — aim for at least five servings a day. — Filepic