Friday, August 6

Improve Lifestyle To Protect Heart Disease

A balanced diet is very important to make health, healthy. A balanced diet provides everything that our body needs. Vitamins, carbohydrates, minerals, proteins, fats all come under a balanced diet. Apart from this, exercise is also need for every part of the body to work properly. The work of the heart is most important for keeping the body healthy. In addition, the heart remains healthy only with a healthy lifestyle. In today’s time, the lifestyle of most people has become very sluggish. Therefore, the risk of heart disease in people is increasing. A balanced diet is very important for the healthy and smooth functioning of the heart.

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What is the result of the study?

According to one study, reducing food intake to just 200 calories per day is helpful in keeping the heart-healthy. Apart from this, light exercise can also be helpful in this work. The study has been published in the journal Circulation. According to this study, such a lifestyle can be of great benefit to the elderly and people suffering from obesity. This study was done on 160 obese elderly people. Accordingly, the mean age of all those participants was 69 years. With increasing age, there is a risk of hardening of the arteries. As a person ages, parts of the heart and blood vessels – including veins and arteries – become fibrous tissue and fat deposits. Due to this, the arteries become hard. Hardening of the arteries increases the risk of heart disease.

This study concluded that reducing daily calories and doing aerobic exercise showed improvements in heart disease in obese adults.

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Lead researcher Tina E. Brinkley from the US said that this is the first study to look at the effect of arterial pressure on reducing daily calories and doing aerobic exercise. Such a lifestyle can help prevent heart disease. 

Therefore, there is no need to work hard to avoid serious diseases like heart disease.  Simply incorporate aerobic exercise into your lifestyle and try to reduce calories in a balanced diet.