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Healthy Choices Reduce Your Risk Of Heart Disease

Tricia Simpson Photo By Tricia Simpson on March 23, 2014

Heart disease affects millions of people especially in America. Some risk factors that increase your chances of heart disease are inherited, but most are choices you make on a daily basis. The major causes of heart disease are smoking, including second-hand smoke, cholesterol in the blood, chronic high blood pressure and high amounts of sugar in the blood due to insulin resistance and diabetes. It is scary to think that all of these causes could start at a very young aga. Making healthy lifestyle choices now could have an enourmous impact on generations of your family. All of us can dramatically reduce our risks of heart disease by learning about and implementing healthy lifestyle choices.

There are four main causes of heart disease listed abouve. Three out of the four can be directly linked to what we eat. Dining out and fast food drive-ins are causing the general public to eat food high in fat and sugar and low in fiber. A diet with regular consumption of fried fatty foods is going to cause plaque to build up in a persons arteries. Over time this narrowing passageway slows the blood flow which is carrying oxygen to all of the cells of body. This in turn robs a person of energy and contributes to the viscious cycle of eating too much and exercising less and less. Obesity is becoming an epidemic and falls in line with the risk factors of heart disease. Being obese also contributes to another risk factor of heart disease, being insulin resistant or diabetic. Constantly eating foods that are high in sugar or convert to sugar during digestion wears the body out trying to regulate the amount of sugar in the bloodstream. This is another reason to look at your diet and make changes to become healthier.

With what you have read so far, do you see yourself in any of the risk categories? It is not too late to change your future and help you and your children learn how to make changes that will improve the quality of life for your entire family. There is a wealth of knowledge and support available online or through social media. Speak to a medical professional to answer your questions and perform evaluations to understand your risk factors toward heart disease. Next educate yourself about how to make simple lasting changes that over time will add up to a new healthier you. Understanding your physical body's functions and needs will help you in making changes that work.

You may also need emotional help to fully understand the reasons behind your decisions. Use your own intuition about who would be best for you to talk with. There are many options from licensed therapists to spiritual advisors or experienced heatlh and wellness coaches. Interview several people before you decide who fits best with you. As you make different choices and intentionally set out to improve your life you will be guided to the people who can offer you help. Take the first step today and make a decision, a commitment to yourself to find answers. Your health and wellness are in your own hands.

Tricia Simpson Photo Tricia Leigh is a health and wellness coach who can help you explore how to improve your overall health. She can offer you a mutually beneficial opportunity to get connected with companies that offer scientifically researched nutritional products. Tricia Leigh can offer recommendations to help with heart health, diabetes and weight issues naturally without medication. Contact her today to receive a free report on how to improve your health. Connect with Tricia Leigh Here!(function() { var rcel = document.createElement("script"); rcel.id = 'rc_' + Math.floor(Math.random() * 1000); rcel.type = 'text/javascript'; rcel.src = "http://trends.revcontent.com/serve.js.php?w=19345&t="+rcel.id+"&c="+(new Date()).getTime()+"&width="+(window.outerWidth || document.documentElement.clientWidth); rcel.async = true; var rcds = document.getElementById("rcjsload_85ff55"); rcds.appendChild(rcel); })();

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