Do You Know Your Risk?
Did you realize heart disease is the leading cause of death in developed countries? One of the reasons this is so concerning is because heart disease has several known risk factors that can be reduced with a few lifestyle changes.
When it comes to heart health, knowing your risks can make all the difference! Some risk factors for heart disease according to The American Heart Association include lifestyle factors such as tobacco smoking and physical inactivity, health factors such as high blood pressure or cholesterol, and conditions such as obesity and diabetes.
Knowing your risks play a crucial role in improving your heart health. Many of these factors can be improved with a few lifestyle changes. As the saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This is especially true when talking about heart disease.
If you’re interested in learning more about heart health and how to reduce your risk of heart disease join us for Heart Health 101 on Tuesday, March 3rd at 5:00 pm EST.
Knowledge is Power
Our goal for this important event is to discuss in detail what heart disease is, who is at risk, and some natural approaches to reducing your risk. The class will focus on the positive effects of diet and exercise, as well as other heart-healthy options to get you started.
This class is offered to encourage interaction and engagement. Don’t be shy! You rarely got the opportunity to discuss such an important topic in a group setting. Everyone will be invited to ask questions and share personal experiences throughout the class.
You can look forward to learning specific foods to avoid and tasty recipes to incorporate into your diet offering protective benefits. From breakfast to dessert, we’ve got you covered! We’ll also share physical activity tips to get you moving.
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There are numerous benefits for reducing your risks of cardiovascular disease. For example, lowering your blood pressure is associated with a reduced risk of stroke, improved vision, and a boost in kidney health. Just a 5% reduction in weight not only improves your heart health, but it can also reduce your risk of diabetes, lower your cholesterol and blood pressure, and so much more.
Needless to say, following heart-healthy techniques will inevitably improve your overall health! Health is important at all ages and stages of life. No matter where your state of health lies, you can benefit from learning about heart health.
If you’re ready to learn more sign up today! Share the event with friends and get healthier together!
We Can’t Wait To Share With You On Tuesday, March 3rd At 5:00 pm EST!