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other 23 1/2 hours is really bad for your heart. 4. Slash saturated fats. Tohelpyourheart’s arteries, cut down on saturated fats, which are mainly found in meat and full-fat dairy products.Choose leanercutsandreduced- fat options. 5. Find out if you have diabetes. Millions of people don’t know that they have this condition. That’s risky because over time, high blood sugar damages arteries and makes heart disease more likely. 6.Thinkbeyondthescale. Askyourdoctor if your weight is OK. If you have some pounds to lose, you’ll probably want to change your eating habits and be more active. 8. Clean up. Your heart works best when it runsoncleanfuel.Thatmeans lotsofwhole, plant-based foods (like fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds) and fewer refined or processed foods.

1. Aim for lucky number seven. Young and middle-age adults who slept 7 hours a night have less calcium in their arteries (an early sign of heart disease) than those who sleep 5 hours or less or those who sleep 9 hours or more. 2. Keep the pressure off. Get your blood pressure checked every 3-5 years if you’re 18-39. If you’re 40 or older, or if you have high blood pressure, check it every year. 3. Move more. To keep it simple, you can aim for 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week of moderate exercise. Even if you exercise for 30 minutes a day, being sedentary for the

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