Five habits that may decrease risk of heart disease and canceradmin
Research published in the journal Circulation found that “following five healthy habits could drastically cut your risk for heart disease or cancer and potentially add more than 10 years to your life.” The five habits are: “eating healthy, exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy body weight, not smoking, and moderate alcohol consumption.”
In “Science Now,” the researchers found that women with the five healthy habits “lived about 14 years longer than women who followed none of them,” while “the difference was about 12 years” for men.
Would you really rather “die with the Sinners than live with the Saints?” It looks like there is benefit to all of the things which we have all been taught by the world’s advertisers after all.
It has to be a choice. It has to start somewhere. It has to come from YOU. If you value it, you will do it.
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