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Jump Start Your Heart Health

Through diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes, you can give your heart a fighting chance against cardiovascular disease. Help protect your ticker with these suggestions.

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It’s never too late to get your heart in tip-top shape.

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The Sun Salutation Yoga Routine

Practicing yoga is a great way to reduce stress and improve blood circulation, all while getting a full-body workout. The Sun Salutation is a simple routine that’ll leave you revitalized.

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5 Ways to Get Walking

Convenient and easy on the joints, walking is a great way to get your cardiovascular health in shape. The hardest part is getting started, so here’s some ways to fit walking into your schedule.

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Jogging: The Why and The How

For those who want a more intense workout, jogging might be right up your alley. But if you’ve never jogged before, you need to ease into it. Here’s what you need to know before you start your jogging regimen.

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Shape Up!

Tone your thighs, strenghten your arms, and get buns of steel with these easy-to-do exercises.

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30 Minutes a Day to a Healthy Heart

Packed with heart-healthy recipes, exercise routines and vital tips, this easy program can help you prevent heart disease with small lifestyle changes. Buy the book today at the readersdigest.ca online store.

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Superfoods for Your Heart

The key to improving your heart health can be found in your grocery’s food isle. These superfoods can help you protect your arteries, combat cholesterol, and more!

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Heart Healthy Meal Plan

Give your diet a makeover and incorporate more of these food groups into your day. Your heart will thank you.

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Smart Eating for Your Arteries

Our arteries harden to a certain degree as we age, but it can lead to arteriosclerosis, which can lead to heart disease and stroke. Here’s what you need to do to help keep it under control.

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Cook Smart for a Healthy Heart

Knowing how to prepare and cook food plays a vital role in maintaining good heart health. Here’s some tips to help you in the kitchen.