A Healthy Lifestyle When Younger Helps Reduce Heart Disease Risk Later – ShapeAble

A Healthy Lifestyle When Younger Helps Reduce Heart Disease Risk Later

According to a study, sticking to a healthy lifestyle in young adulthood in to the 40s is clearly linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in middle age.[1] The research revealed that even individuals having a family history of heart conditions could have a low cardiovascular disease risk profile should they stick to a healthy lifestyle in their younger years, supporting the idea that lifestyle could play a more important part than genetics.

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