Penn Herb Wellness Guide
Cardiovascular Disease Overview
- Get smoke-free
Quit smoking and stay clear of cigarette smoke to lower your risk of several types of cardiovascular disease
- Watch what you eat
Eat lots of fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, fish, and avoid fats from meat, dairy, and processed foods high in hydrogenated oils
- Stay active
Couch potatoes have increased cardiovascular disease risk, so make sure you get regular exercise
- Get tested
See your doctor to find out if you have problems with high blood pressure or high blood levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, or glucose
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