Life's Simple Seven
Cardiologists have come up with seven simple rules,
dubbed Life's Simple Seven that can help cut one's
near-term risk of heart disease. A five-year study
indicates death rates for those that met at least
five criteria were 55 percent lower. And for every
additional criteria met, a person reduced by 15
percent the chance of dying in four years. The seven
Incorporate a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate
exercise or 75 minutes of intense exercise in your
2.Obtain a body mass index of less than 25.
Be a non-smoker for at least a year.
Have a balanced diet.
Keep cholesterol below 200 milligrams per deciliter
Maintain blood pressure below 120/80 millimeters of
Have a fasting blood sugar level below 100mg/dl of